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    a simple flyer/schedule

    Mojofest 2008

    June 20-21-22 Canyon Park at Canyon Lake

    BikeMojo.com and the Camino Real Cycling Club invite all cyclists to come out and enjoy a weekend of mountain biking, road riding, tubing, camping and comradery at Canyon Park. The Madrone Trail offers 8+ miles of challenging singletrack and plenty of canopy to keep you cool. More information at bikemojo.com and www.swf-wc.army.mil/canyon/CNpark.htm

    Schedule of Events
    Friday
    Camping available
    7:00 PM Dinner and Margaritas @ Papa Dock’s

    Saturday

    9:00 AM Road Rides (3 distances - 80, 35, 20+ shorter but steeper)
    2:00 PM Tubing the Horseshoe
    6:00 PM Stupid Bike Games
    6ish Potluck BBQ and beverages
    Dusk Movie night

    Sunday

    9:00 AM Gro
    up MTB ride
    Last edited by joetoeclips; 06-02-2008 at 01:17 PM.
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    Camping at park access is free for MoJoFest.

    Tubing - the arrangements are being made with Andy's again this year - they pick us up at the park and bring us back. No worries about driving/parking/re-grouping. Cost t.b.a. but was a reasonable $8 last year for transport and tube. The flow is low right now, hope for some rain in the Guadalupe basin before MoJofest weekend.

    The park is dog friendly but I believe there is a leash requirement.

    Trail map -

    http://www.swf-wc.usace.army.mil/can...jectjune06.jpg - name the riders

    Map of the area:



    Austinbike's Madrone Trail info

    I'm headed to Disneyworld tomorrow, will return by the weekend (so be patient if you have unanswered questions)
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    Quote Originally Posted by joetoeclips View Post
    Mojofest 2008

    Thanks to Joel for organizing stuff.
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    road ride maps

    Implementing the well made maps from last year, they're on Mike's sig: http://www.bikemojo.com/speak/members/4146.html

    click on "about me"

    Thanks Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chardog View Post
    Is there a schedule of events posted somewhere?

    Not sure, but it usually follows the same format;

    1pm..drink beer
    2pm..drink beer
    3pm..drink beer
    4pm..watch Gary do toes, drink beer
    5pm..think about eating, drink beer
    6pm..keg empty, salute by drinking beer
    7pm..finish watching Gary do toes, drink Night Train, followed by beer
    8pm..burn some animal flesh (except for Z.) drink Cognac, make beer run.

    Anyone else??
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    Quote Originally Posted by David F. View Post
    Not sure, but it usually follows the same format;

    1pm..drink beer
    2pm..drink beer
    3pm..drink beer
    4pm..watch Gary do toes, drink beer
    5pm..think about eating, drink beer
    6pm..keg empty, salute by drinking beer
    7pm..finish watching Gary do toes, drink Night Train, followed by beer
    8pm..burn some animal flesh (except for Z.) drink Cognac, make beer run.

    Anyone else??

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    You're getting a late start aren't you?
    Outer space is just 62 miles away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetoeclips View Post
    road ride maps

    Implementing the well made maps from last year, they're on Mike's sig: http://www.bikemojo.com/speak/members/4146.html

    click on "about me"

    Thanks Mike
    is there a route that is more than 35 but less than 80 miles (ie 50-60?)
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    HILLS

    Quote Originally Posted by bikerchic View Post
    is there a route that is more than 35 but less than 80 miles (ie 50-60?)
    Don't forget your riding hills 35 will seem like 50
    "If I wanna hydrate I'll switch to beer" from Boyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by T5.6 View Post
    Don't forget your riding hills 35 will seem like 50
    hm...that's something to think....

    are they as steep as the hills around Fredericksburg or Helotes (less hilly than Fredericksburg)?

    are you bringing your road bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerchic View Post
    hm...that's something to think....

    are they as steep as the hills around Fredericksburg or Helotes (less hilly than Fredericksburg)?

    are you bringing your road bike?
    Going for mountain on this one. It's just too nice. Hot roads versus good trails and jumping in the lake midway threw the ride, not even a consideration for the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerchic View Post
    is there a route that is more than 35 but less than 80 miles (ie 50-60?)
    The A route has an optional cutoff, don't know the mileage it drops but it's a pretty significant loop.

    I just put it into my mapping software today. I'll try to get it with the cuttoff separately and see what the mileage is.

    With multiple days and multiple rides, i'm thinking of exercising all three of my bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetoeclips View Post
    road ride maps

    Implementing the well made maps from last year, they're on Mike's sig: http://www.bikemojo.com/speak/members/4146.html

    click on "about me"

    Thanks Mike
    NB area Road Ride Maps (PDF):
    York Creek (Old Thursday Ride)
    Ten Tops (Steep Hills route)
    Bat Cave (Nice route)

    MojoFest '06 -'09 Road Ride maps (PDF):
    A-Ride (Long 80 miles w/lots of hills)
    B-Ride (Meduim 35 miles, but hilly)
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    joetoeclips > Thanks for the map!

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    Sensual touch even if you're an Indian chief

    I think I will go tubing this year.
    Looking forward to seeing the extended family.
    Hey, let's go swimming Saturday evening.

    Below you will find a sample of what can be expected. This, and much more!
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    Temporary wife for tubing trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    I'm not sure I bend all the right ways, but for a good foot massage, hmmm....
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    If we want we can always ride a mtn. bike on the road. Pump up the psi and take it easy.

    Dinner at the Marina? It's so much fun to watch t.5 pack those margaritas away!

    Damn, Gary, t.5, bear, austin bike, mel with 3 MILF's in tow, biker chick, fl bikerman, and the list goes on and on. You don't know how much I'm looking foward to this.

    I'm thinking.....in the heat of the day, late afternoon, take the ez up and my father's day gift, the zero gravity chair, some beer, maybe some kites, definitly the guitar, and just park myself lakeside, and try not to get too loaded to ruin happy hour. I mean, if your drunk, what's the sense of happy hour, right? That sounds like the best way to beat the heat besides spending the day in the cool of the local Wal-Mart.
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    If you're drunk before happy hour it's happy day isn't it?
    Outer space is just 62 miles away.

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    Why limit yourself to one hour?
    Outer space is just 62 miles away.

    "There are circumstances in life that cause us to become strangers even to ourselves."

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    Me and the puppy will come out Fri and stay the weekend. I've got to go to work Sat night for 4 hrs, but I think I can sneak out and back. Will sadly interfere with toobing Sat, but at least I get to go this year.
    so long, and thanks for all the fish.

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