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    Unnamed Epic

    Anyone doing this? http://www.unnamedepic.com/

    I'm in along with some others - should be an epic of cramps, sandwiches, and ice cream. They should have ice cream at the rest stops so I can get some in my shorts for a soothing and refreshing sensation.

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    I know we've got a few from the team doing it (Half Acre) If I can talk myself into doing it on a rigid SS over the next few days. I'll throw my hat in the ring as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swoper101
    I know we've got a few from the team doing it (Half Acre) If I can talk myself into doing it on a rigid SS over the next few days. I'll throw my hat in the ring as well.
    I have a feeling I will be in a wold of hurt and i am clueless as to what gearing to use.

    I'll keep an eye no the Half Acre guys.

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    If it was in Oregon instead of Wisconsin, I'd be there fur shur (proximity reasons only).

    Huh... ya mean they gots Mexican restaurants AND epic riding in Wisconsin? Might hafta make a road trip one o'these days.

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    I will be there.


    ...in your hearts. Looks like a fun race with some monster mash/hikebike sections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    If it was in Oregon instead of Wisconsin, I'd be there fur shur (proximity reasons only).

    Huh... ya mean they gots Mexican restaurants AND epic riding in Wisconsin? Might hafta make a road trip one o'these days.

    --Sparty

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    http://hautetaco.com/ is one of the most authentic in the area.

    Epic rides in WI - c'mon, there's epic rides all over this state. Hills, steep hills, awesome single track, hills... just got back from a 34 mile ride.

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    they should name it the Wis-co-nian or just something super ridiculous.

    but please leave out the word epic, or trans. they sound redundant.
    Ride & Smile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Matt
    they should name it the Wis-co-nian or just something super ridiculous.

    but please leave out the word epic, or trans. they sound redundant.
    I think it should be called the Chowderhead 75er.

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    Have you ridden in the Drifless Area of Wisconsin? I hear the sandstone is quite impressive (as unusual at is for that part of the U.S.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    They should have ice cream at the rest stops so I can get some in my shorts for a soothing and refreshing sensation.
    There's ice cream at the c-store in Blue Mounds...a little bit off the course but based on how you're going to use it, well worth it. I recommend skipping the sugar cone.

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