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Old 01-21-15, 02:18 PM
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Thanks Rick. I am thinking if this weekend goes well, I will register for the Adobo Velo Ride, 100 miles and 10,000ft. To early for this kind of ride but so beautiful and support is needed most likely.
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Spy Belgiun Waffle Ride (mixed road and dirt) April 26 2014 Spy Belgian Waffle Ride - Slowtwitch.com

I must be crazy but that looks like fun!

Is there a Geezer class?
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I got the marathon out of the way, now, need to switch back to cycling.

For now my only certain goal is KOM series. Maybe Alta Alpina if I'm in decent shape at that point. I've been contemplating qualifying for PBP but it's probably not happening this time around. I'll try a 400k and maybe a 600k and then I'll have a better idea whether I even want to do that. There's always 2019. Our local rando club has a full series scheduled during the week of 3/1 and they have nothing scheduled beyond that. I can do 200k on 3/1, maybe a 300k on 3/2 (questionable in my current condition), but not 400k or 600k. So I'll have to wait and see what they put up in the schedule.

In case you missed it, there's a guy in the U.S. who's going for the 1-year total mileage record (current record is ~75,000 miles), and, according to his schedule, he's planning to ride Eastern Sierra Double. (I think he has an RV so he can drive all around the country.)
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Great job Hamster! KOM is out for me, I want to see the pros race up Baldy which is always the same day as Heartbreak. I have committed to Breathless but I am unsure about MC.
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So I have a 2013 Cannondale EVO Red (34/50, 12-26) with SRAM. I believe my lowest gear is a 34-26. My old bike was a 2008 Cannondale CAAD9 5 Triple (30/39/50, 12-27)and I believe the lowest gearing on that was a 30-27. The old bike I had no issues climbing steep grades. The new bike although I have climbed some steep grades I have add issues stopping, climbing the Baldy Ski Lifts as well as the top of Potrero. White mountain was not a problem for me but maybe the grades never got that steep. There is a road out by my house that is very similar to Potrero and I am able to climb it for the most part but I am much fresher.

I was wondering what I can do to improve my gearing and avoid any knee injuries down the road. Maybe go to a 28? I would like to keep my existing rear derailleur. Can I only switch out the top gear or the whole cassette (Maybe a 11-28 or 12-28)? Would a 30 be to big for my current derailleur? Thanks,
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Originally Posted by Lesper4 View Post
I was wondering what I can do to improve my gearing and avoid any knee injuries down the road. Maybe go to a 28? I would like to keep my existing rear derailleur. Can I only switch out the top gear or the whole cassette (Maybe a 11-28 or 12-28)? Would a 30 be to big for my current derailleur? Thanks,
I have SRAM on 2 bikes; Force on my Ti GT and Red on my Carbon KHS. On both bikes I've fitted their mountain bike rear derailluer (XX) and an 11-32 cassette. Works for me on the Ski-Lift climb, Potrero, Mt. Diablo (steep bit at the summit), Sierra Road, Mt. Hamilton, Powerhouse, White Mountain, Decker, Deer Creek and other "stupid steep" roads that I seem to have erased from my memory.

. . . you just won't like the part about having to fit a new rear derailuer .

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Old 01-22-15, 02:55 PM
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I don't think I will need to go to a 32. I did climb white mountain just fine but there was nothing stupid steep. Never been up deer creek on this bike. The old bike I did the whole climb with out stopping.
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Originally Posted by TGT1 View Post
I must be crazy but that looks like fun!

Is there a Geezer class?
iduno never done it before. Was reg'd for it last yr but I totaled a VW on a training ride 2 week before BWR. The VW almost totaled me as well, lucky to get wheeled away with only 10 broken bones and some internal damage. Anyhow, back on the bike and I'm still trying to get back to the form I had a yr ago....
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Last yr the course was 135mile and about 12k climbing, large chucks of dirty fun with bikini clad girls giving out sodas and beers at one of the rest stops good way to lift your soul from the dark abyss of pain
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Old 01-23-15, 10:57 AM
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Well I'm safe for another year. It's sold out..

Totaled a VW?

Ouch!
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Thanks Rick. I am thinking if this weekend goes well, I will register for the Adobo Velo Ride, 100 miles and 10,000ft. To early for this kind of ride but so beautiful and support is needed most likely.
Hey Lesper, I have been away, just got back in the country today. The Adobo Velo ride is limited to 75 people & currently registration is full at 76. I'm not sure how flexible Mandy would be on this, you could always ask.
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Old 01-26-15, 04:01 PM
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I am signed up and confirmed but I guess I am on the waiting list for the ride. Weather looks interesting so maybe a few people will back out?

Looks like I am in, see you out there. I will be in the non AV kit with mostly red.

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Old 01-27-15, 07:30 PM
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I am signed up and confirmed but I guess I am on the waiting list for the ride. Weather looks interesting so maybe a few people will back out?

Looks like I am in, see you out there. I will be in the non AV kit with mostly red.
What time will you start? We are probably going to park elsewhere and ride to start so that we can get going at 6:30 am. I will be on a black BMC with bright blue bar tape (aka the Magic Bike). Adobo Velo kit. Likely with a Filipino guy on a yellow Cannondale, also AV kit.

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I will start with the group, like I did last time I made it back in time just barely and that was coming off an accident. This year I think I am in a tad bit better shape?
https://www.strava.com/activities/107349703

I will definitely recognize that bike.
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I will start with the group, like I did last time I made it back in time just barely and that was coming off an accident. This year I think I am in a tad bit better shape?
https://www.strava.com/activities/107349703

I will definitely recognize that bike.
Ok, see you hopefully out there. It looks like you will definitely be faster than us, if 7:35 moving time is slow for you. We will probably be around 8 hrs moving time +/-.

So if you start at 7:30, I would guess you'll catch us around rest stop 1 or at least before 3 points.

What is your bike?
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That and it is an out and back, so we will definitely cross paths. I have a black/grey cannondale evo. Not sure what jersey I am wearing yet but I think I am going to go for red arm and leg warmers if it is cold with a red vest. It is supposed to be a little breezy and in the high 50s.
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I rode the Camino Real training ride (Northern Half) on Saturday; a ride organized by Lois Ruben for several riders who haven't done a double before and others who have not ridden Camino Real before. Here it is on Strava: https://www.strava.com/activities/243042172

Then Sunday I rode the Janus Century from the opposite direction at Lesper4. Here it is on Strava: https://www.strava.com/activities/243042192

Beautiful weather on both days; a tad chilly starting out but excellent riding weather once the day warmed up at bit.

Lois is planning a Southern Half of the Camino Real training ride for next weekend; details to be announced.

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Rick, four of us are wanting to do a training ride on the Camino Real course on Feb 8, maybe 100-135 miles. The idea would be to get some miles in and to familiarize ourselves with the course. Personally I'd like to do a second training ride on the course Feb 14 or 15, but so far no takers on that. My ideal would be 120-135 miles on Feb 8 and the remainder of the course Feb 14 or 15.

Any recommendations as to route? Should we start with one loop over the other? We're unfamiliar with the course but will be riding with a 5th person who has done the ride previously and is familiar with the route.
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Rick, four of us are wanting to do a training ride on the Camino Real course on Feb 8, maybe 100-135 miles. The idea would be to get some miles in and to familiarize ourselves with the course. Any recommendations as to route? Should we start with one loop over the other?.
Wish I'd known earlier Heathpack,

Your group could have joined ours on the training rides for Camino Real. Deb has the route sheets available on the Planet Ultra Site, so I would say look and that and plan your routes based a good start/finish point for your riders.

Our rides were planned by Lois, so the North-Half started/finished at Chapman/Santiago and Jamboree. For the Southern Route we parked in the parking lot next Carl's Jr. in South San Clemente ($15.00 per day) but sometimes (if you get there before the surfers) you can find free parking on the street (El Camino Real).

Plenty of places for food/drink stops on the North Half. On the South Half we stopped (both outgoing and returning) at the Starbucks at College and Vandegrift, i.e. just after you get off the Bike Trail and just before you turn right onto North River Road. Lunch was in Bonsoll, at the same Campground that Planet Ultra uses on the actual double. Other than that, nothing special.

We're headed up to Crystal Lake Cafe from Encanto Park (8:00 AM start) if you and your group would like to join us on that little climb. Good climbing training even though no where near the Camino Real course.

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Wish I'd known earlier Heathpack,

Your group could have joined ours on the training rides for Camino Real. Deb has the route sheets available on the Planet Ultra Site, so I would say look and that and plan your routes based a good start/finish point for your riders.

Our rides were planned by Lois, so the North-Half started/finished at Chapman/Santiago and Jamboree. For the Southern Route we parked in the parking lot next Carl's Jr. in South San Clemente ($15.00 per day) but sometimes (if you get there before the surfers) you can find free parking on the street (El Camino Real).

Plenty of places for food/drink stops on the North Half. On the South Half we stopped (both outgoing and returning) at the Starbucks at College and Vandegrift, i.e. just after you get off the Bike Trail and just before you turn right onto North River Road. Lunch was in Bonsoll, at the same Campground that Planet Ultra uses on the actual double. Other than that, nothing special.

We're headed up to Crystal Lake Cafe from Encanto Park (8:00 AM start) if you and your group would like to join us on that little climb. Good climbing training even though no where near the Camino Real course.

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Thanks Rick. I did not realize the route sheets were up, last time I looked I could not find them. Maybe I missed them or maybe she just put them up.

Anyway, we have been planning on Feb 8 all along. I was away on vacation the last 2 weekends and some of us from our CR group are riding the Adobo Velo Tour de Francis ride this weekend. I'd personally like to ride two rides on the course and cover all the miles- something like 120-130 miles on Feb 8 and 70-80 miles on Feb 14 or 15. Not sure that I'll be able to get a group together for the Feb 14 or 15 ride, though. And it's not hugely important, we'll have a 5th person riding with us for CR and he's done the ride several
times and will be our tour guide.

But I like to be very well-prepared for everything, personally, I'd rather ride the entire course prior to the event and have no surprises.
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If you ride the Southern Inyo Double there are only 12 turns and no stop lights and most of the turns are obvious.
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If you ride the Southern Inyo Double there are only 12 turns and no stop lights and most of the turns are obvious.
I looked at the route, and it looked pretty terrible with all the looping/repeating. I guess roads are different in reverse, however having driven all of those on the way in and out of Death Valley, it doesn't look appealing on a bike.

However, I noticed both Death Valley rides have been removed from adventurecorps list of events, and not even a placeholder is on the recent CTC calendar. I've signed up for Joshua Tree, so that'll be my "far"/SoCal'ish ride for the year.
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If you ride the Southern Inyo Double there are only 12 turns and no stop lights and most of the turns are obvious.
Me?

I actually really thought about it. I like the way Kermit puts rides together. And it would be great to be part of John's big ride. Bringing up the rear, but still nice to be involved.

However, I'm committed with friends to riding Camino Real and Solvang Spring. I'm a newby endurance rider, squeezing Southern Inyo in between two other doubles is too much too soon.

Plus one of the AV members rode the test ride for Southern Inyo and he wrote up a detailed ride report. The wind sounded pretty tough and he is a way stronger rider than me. I find wind to be harder than hills, on a psychological level.

Yes, I know we'll have headwinds this weekend & that's part of the point of this TDF. But I figure a 100 mile max dose of wind has got to be a little easier than a 200 mile dose.
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Yeah I was at the test ride and bailed at mile 144, but did at least get the big climb in, just missed all the night riding. The winds were pretty bad but made it all that much more fun/tuff. The problem I think I had was you are in formation or holding on to the bars so much I did not take in enough calories and lunch was roughly at mile 122.

What I liked about the ride was the mass views in all directions! Since you are in a valley it was pretty awesome, and we had to jets flyovers, one was crazy close! Then again I am also a big fan on that whole corridor north to south. Went snowshoeing the next day as well.
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Yeah I was at the test ride and bailed at mile 144, but did at least get the big climb in, just missed all the night riding. The winds were pretty bad but made it all that much more fun/tuff. The problem I think I had was you are in formation or holding on to the bars so much I did not take in enough calories and lunch was roughly at mile 122.

What I liked about the ride was the mass views in all directions! Since you are in a valley it was pretty awesome, and we had to jets flyovers, one was crazy close! Then again I am also a big fan on that whole corridor north to south. Went snowshoeing the next day as well.
Great pics. So you probably rode with Steve then? It was his pics that made me want to do the ride. And his ride report that made me say to myself "be smart, not this year".

See you out there tomorrow, looks like it should be nice weather.
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Yeah I did, everyone did for the first 80 miles or so. I will say two years ago I focused on three doubles and after 2 doubles i wanted to do the 5.
Chilly but good weather for climbing, can't wait.
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Yeah I did, everyone did for the first 80 miles or so. I will say two years ago I focused on three doubles and after 2 doubles i wanted to do the 5.
Chilly but good weather for climbing, can't wait.
My goal is actually five doubles. Plus Planet Ultra KOM rides. And the Death Ride. And Adobo Velo KOM. Yikes.
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