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    Vermont 50 roll call

    Anyone heading up?

    -tom
    wow, this hurts more than it used to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyKnocker
    Anyone heading up?

    -tom
    yup, I'll be there, but not on the ss. I don't have the ss setup for xc racing quite yet, but next year maybe I can't wait!! Its my first one, so this should be interesting!

    dave

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    Minnesota guy here. Will be on my green Single w/Red sid, wearing blue and yellow.

    Stop for food...I'll try, I have a hard time stopping; even at Leadville I only stopped at the top of columbine.

    Shane

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    Quote Originally Posted by djspookman
    Its my first one, so this should be interesting!

    dave
    It's awesome, the food at the rest stops is KILLER !!!

    -tom
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    Quote Originally Posted by SKullman
    Minnesota guy here. Will be on my green Single w/Red sid, wearing blue and yellow.

    Stop for food...I'll try, I have a hard time stopping; even at Leadville I only stopped at the top of columbine.

    Shane
    I'll look for ya, I'm on a rigid One-9 wearing red and yellow. Yea, the food thing is tough to calculate.I generally don't eat much but plan on only carrying 1 full bottle (I'll have one empty just in case) and filling up every other station. I have learned to expect the unexpected when it comes to food, etc. I'll carry a few bars, etc, but... This is my worst year training in many so I don't know what to expect. All I know is I'm going to try not carrying 25 pounds of supplies this year!!!

    -tom
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyKnocker
    It's awesome, the food at the rest stops is KILLER !!!

    -tom

    Yeah, I've worked the VT 100 (endurance run) for the past 2 years at the aid stations, and I hear the food is pretty similar, and lots of it!

    I'll be on my xc/freeride rig, plodding along nice and slow.. its probably the only bike you'll see with a SID XL on it... Like I said before, I wish I was on the ss for this, but I'm not quite that good yet with it!!

    dave

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    Yep, I'll be there, on a blue Hooligan with a rigid fork. Great race!

    Joe

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