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    No Country for Old Goats


    “Most people don’t train for a festival,” Long says, “but you need to take the Epic seriously.”


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    I'm taking the Epic seriously and training for this festival.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aLaN View Post
    probably would get shot down....
    Like a can of Spam falling from the sky.

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    Ok time to start organizing.

    I can carry 2 extra bikes..


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    And I'll be offering bike shuttle service for the Old Ore Ride for a nominal fee (to cover fuel and Nat Park Entrance fee).

    Drop off at Dagger Flats, pick up at the hot springs.


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    So are you riding Old Ore this year? Or just going to shuttle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpomtb View Post
    So are you riding Old Ore this year? Or just going to shuttle?
    Drink. A lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    I have registered for three days.
    So, I haven't been to the desert in a few years. What do we need to register for?

    Thanks to anyone who can answer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dburatti View Post
    So, I haven't been to the desert in a few years. What do we need to register for?

    Thanks to anyone who can answer!

    D

    You should register for the Old Ore Road on Thursday, the extended ride at Lajitas on Friday, and a ride of choice on Saturday at Big Bend Ranch State Park. I signed up for the Rincon Loop (30+), but Tobin and others are leading rides. It does not matter so much which ride you choose, as they seem quite flexible and you can change your mind and scale up or down. I think they are more concerned with having an idea how much support staff and water to place on the course and of course, to collect the money going to the Big Bend Alliance charity. I also signed up for a T-shirt. Sometimes they run out of T-shirts. We try to leave early enough on Wednesday to arrive and set up in time to ride the Lajitas trails on Wednesday afternoon. Sort of a social paced warm up.

    I am glad you are going and look forward to visiting.
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    Raise your skill level to the level of the trail, don’t bring the level of the trail down to your riding level.

    Don't mind me, I'm just along for the ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dburatti View Post
    So, I haven't been to the desert in a few years. What do we need to register for?

    Thanks to anyone who can answer!

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    You resister for the supported rides in the State Park, The National Park and the Lajitas Trails.

    The proceeds benefit The Big Bend Trails Alliance (501c3)


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    Quote Originally Posted by dburatti View Post
    So, I haven't been to the desert in a few years. What do we need to register for?

    Thanks to anyone who can answer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    You should register for the Old Ore Road on Thursday, the extended ride at Lajitas on Friday, and a ride of choice on Saturday at Big Bend Ranch State Park. I signed up for the Rincon Loop (30+), but Tobin and others are leading rides. It does not matter so much which ride you choose, as they seem quite flexible and you can change your mind and scale up or down. I think they are more concerned with having an idea how much support staff and water to place on the course and of course, to collect the money going to the Big Bend Alliance charity. I also signed up for a T-shirt. Sometimes they run out of T-shirts. We try to leave early enough on Wednesday to arrive and set up in time to ride the Lajitas trails on Wednesday afternoon. Sort of a social paced warm up.

    I am glad you are going and look forward to visiting.
    Quote Originally Posted by aLaN View Post
    You resister for the supported rides in the State Park, The National Park and the Lajitas Trails.

    The proceeds benefit The Big Bend Trails Alliance (501c3)
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Z View Post
    We have floor space at the Villa.
    Excellent. I'm in for some floor space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpomtb View Post
    So are you riding Old Ore this year? Or just going to shuttle?
    I'm going to shuttle. And hopefully go to Boquillas for the day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aLaN View Post
    I'm going to shuttle. And hopefully go to Boquillas for the day.


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    I have secured RV spot #29, same spot as last year....

    If you want to tent on the site drop me a PM
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    That seemed to be where all the cool people were last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aLaN View Post
    And I'll be offering bike shuttle service for the Old Ore Ride for a nominal fee (to cover fuel and Nat Park Entrance fee).

    Drop off at Dagger Flats, pick up at the hot springs.

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    Pencil Blammo & I in for the shuttle. Planning to camp somewhere near the Hot Springs Wed., so we'll figure out how we'll get to wherever we need to get to before the time comes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    Pencil Blammo & I in for the shuttle. Planning to camp somewhere near the Hot Springs Wed., so we'll figure out how we'll get to wherever we need to get to before the time comes.
    ???


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    Quote Originally Posted by aLaN View Post
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    Did I not esplain clearly enough?

    Blammo & I will need a shuttle for the Old Ore ride. We would like to enlist your services for said shuttle.

    We'll be camping in the national park somewhere near Hot Springs on Wed. as we're planning to visit Boquillas on Thursday. I was trying to say that we'll figure out a meeting point among ourselves for the pick-up/drop-off at some point prior to the event.

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