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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Pablo83, Oct 28, 2011.
When: July 27-29
Where: The M Lazy C Ranch, Lake George, CO
The M Lazy C Ranch
Website, Map, Phone: (719) 748-3398
Order shirts here:
Pre order shirts until July 14th. One sticker is included with each shirt ordered. Shirts will be at the event, with your name on your order. This helps save waste; we print just what is needed (plus a few more for the slackers). You can also order additional stickers, and there will be a few extras at the event.
Does my COHVCO membership apply to both WF and RMAR?
Who do I pay?
Do I need an OHV sticker for my bike?
Can I stay extra days?
What are trail conditions like?
What do I do if I get to a closed gate on the trail?
Do I need to rejet my carb?
Other Lodging Options:
Meal Package - $35.37 (this will be the best option for good eating)
Lake George General Store (convenient store)
Venture Foods (groceries), Divide CO (45 minute drive round trip)
Multiple restaurants in Woodland Park (1 hour round trip).
The Thunderbird Inn, Florissant, CO.
RMAR - another rally the weekend after WF: turn a rally into a week long adventure.
Pikes Peak Highway
The Wolf Center
Casinos - Cripple Creek
more ride info
Special thanks to:
Rides - Rides - Rides
Lost Park Loop - Easy
Pikes Peak Loop - Easy
Bishop's Castle - Easy
Canon City to Buena Vista on Dirt - Easy
Phantom Canyon / Shelf Road - Easy Dirt
Breckenridge - Easy Dirt
Breckenridge - Intermediate
Badger Flats / China Wall - Intermediate
717 - Technical Quad Track
Rainbow Falls / Rampart Technical Single Track - Very Difficult
3/8/12 - Can I stay extra days?
3/8/12 - Does my COHVCO membership apply to both WF and RMAR?
3/8/12 - Who do I pay?
3/8/12 - Do I need an OHV sticker for my bike?
3/8/12 - What are trail conditions like?
3/7/12 - Tent camping - $20
3/6/12 - Registration will be $44
3/5/12 - Meal Package - $35.37
02/08/12 - Date and Location are finally set
11/17/11 - Dinner
Previous year's threads:
2011 - Montana
2010 - Montana
2009 - Buena Vista, CO (event info doesn't really start until the middle of page 4 for some reason)
2008 - Lake City, CO
In. no lodging required
Well, there you go. Another one steps up to the plate and takes a swing.
My sage advice is to keep it as "Farm Rules" as possible. Offer little, and then over deliver.
What people really seem to want in long distance events is a variety of accomodation types including a campground, some good riding nearby, some decent grub, and a coupla campfires to sit around in the evening and embellish a story or two. Woodland Park would seem to offer all of that.
Good luck with it. If you need advice/info, feel free to shoot me a note.
Subscribed, and put me in as an "in"......
July 28-29ish would be nice, could tie RMAR in Silverton and have a killer week +.
Whatever works for you, thanks for stepping up and taking this on.
That's exactly what I was thinking: Ride the east slopes of the Colorado Rockies one weekend, spend a couple days cruising across the state, and then ride the west slope following weekend.
You shouldn't be tempting my old, broken, bike verboten body this early. Would have to find a new bike and probably be single again. :huh
Good deal! Thanks for stepping up!
You gonna do a "Colorado 1000"?????
I think I'm gunna have my plate full this year (well, next year), but if the dates work out, I'm sure there will be one or two groups doing a cross-state trek. I can post some suggestions, but someone else will have to lead that ride.
So RMAR is going to be in Silverton? That would be schweet! I was kinda pushing for that as our "Plan B" this last summer.
Hmmmm..... If there would be interest in working a Colorado IronButt into the program, I'd definitely be up for that. It would be hard to keep a group of any size moving together for that distance in that time though, without someone getting their feelings hurt... I'll have to put my thinking cap on and see if you could put together enough fast roads that stayed entirely in Colorado without too many curvy slower roads.
Oh, put me down as an "IN" please!
Yeah, spot the corners, like Walsenburg, Alamosa, Durango, Grand Junction, etc. I can see how it would work.... you just have to tear yourself from your milling machine and get out here this summer!
So, you gunna lead it, Kevin?