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    Chickasaw Results

    EDIT - Here are the official results from GoneRiding.com

    Click here for the USAcycling results. http://www.usacycling.org/results/?permit=2007-388 They show team names but not times.

    Looks like we had 20 Team NMB members racing. Great start for club of the year.




    Just got in from CT and boy am I tired, and dirty. It was hot and dusty out today. Team NMB looked impressive in the new jerseys. I don't think the results are posted on the web yet, but I'll post up mine.


    I raced Single Speed, with 23 riders and finished 18th, with around a 1hr 50min total time.

    Overall, today was fun, good to see everyone out there and can't wait till the next race.


    Robert, hope you are ok and heal up quick!
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    Great job out there Jason and everyone else... It was a great 'start' to the 07 season.

    I finished 10th out of 28 riders in sport 19-29. My first lap was 45:05, and suffered a bit on the second lap with a 48:??.. I'll have to look at the results when they are posted for an exact time.

    Anyhow, for the first race of the season and this being a SERC race, I'm fairly happy with the results. I would have been happier to shave off 2 mins off my second lap.. but who wouldn't?!

    Robert, let us know how your doing, heal up quick.
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    Great day of racing guys!!! wow! I had a blast today and it was quite the eventful race!

    I finished 5th in the Beg. Men 19-29 category with a time of 44:50(ish). I even got a sweet trophy for my efforts!!

    It was a FAST day with lots of fast riders out there! whew!! I was very happy with my time, wish I could of placed a little higher but it was a great second race for me!

    Congrats to everyone who raced today and thanks for all the support by the non-riders who came out!!!
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    How did Keirsta do? We left before she finished? Cade had a long day and we took him home. I cannot imagine staring up at the "big" hill in the trail of tears on my third race pace lap and knowing that it was standing between me and the finish line.

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    Great job by everyone out there today! A lot of firsts, first race ever, first sports raced ..... Wow that is awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danno View Post
    Great job out there Jason and everyone else... It was a great 'start' to the 07 season.

    I finished 10th out of 28 riders in sport 19-29. My first lap was 45:05, and suffered a bit on the second lap with a 48:??.. I'll have to look at the results when they are posted for an exact time.

    Anyhow, for the first race of the season and this being a SERC race, I'm fairly happy with the results. I would have been happier to shave off 2 mins off my second lap.. but who wouldn't?!

    Robert, let us know how your doing, heal up quick.

    I think I probably had some heat problems and have not been salting my food enough. I feel very lucky that it was no worse. I am sore. DUH! The eye has not swollen anymore. My knee just has an abrasion. What amazes me is that my lap times were within 1:00 of each other. 47:20 and 48 something. I finished 5th out of 13th but there is no telling how many people I passed the entire time. In fact the only time I can remember being passed is when I went down. I had some cramping so I think my electrolytes might have been a little out of whack. My total time was 1:35 something. I hope I can ride a little later this week. Thanks to Holly for administering to me. Thanks to Gayle Moore for the same. I was trying to ride around 1:36:00 in this heat and paced myself really well. Wish I could remember the entire race. I am just glad I was able to remount and ride out and finish. Congratulations to all who raced. I really enjoyed being there. Well, except for the shiner.

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    p.s.

    I would be remiss if I did not take this time to congratulate Caveman. We have done quite a few rides together, day and night so I am not trying to slight anyone. He rode the Jailbreak there last year, in 1 hour, which is about 7.5 miles with the jailbreak cut. Today, he rode 1:00:00 official and 58:00 rolling for a 9.25 mile loop. That is an awesome improvement and I have witnessed it firsthand. Great ride Steve. Hope to be on the trail with you soon.

    Woo-hoo...Robert

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    Here are some pics of the results. It's a little dark under the pavillion, so some are blurry - sorry bout that!!


    Beginner Men 19-29 - Most Blurry
    Beginner Men 30-39 UPDATED - Thanks RickyD!
    Beginner Men 40-49
    Beginner Women 19-29 - UPDATED

    Men Single Speed
    Sport Men 19-29
    Sport Men 30-39
    Sport Men 40-49
    Sport Men 50-99
    Clydesdale
    Sport Women - UPDATED (Sorry! Thanks Chesca!!)
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    Robert, glad you are okay!

    I placed 5th at 48:39 in the 40-49 Beginner and a piece of hardware for Team NMB.

    Dry, dusty and fast trail today. Corey, how did those Kenda Small Block-8s do in these conditions? Especially in the corners. I bet they were fast on the straighaways!

    Reed - Great consistent times on your laps!
    Last edited by Orange; 03-25-2007 at 08:45 PM. Reason: congrats to Reed
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    I had a great time today, first race in over ten years and I can't wait for the next one.

    I ran a 49.13 which is my best time out there by far, of course I suffered for about 20 minutes of that.

    Thanks for the support and congratulations to everyone for the first race of the year.

    I can't wait for next one!

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    I saw all you guys out there! I had a lot of fun, even tho it was my first race I wish I would've done better. I had a nice wipeout at the very beginning, and I should've passed a ton of girls, but they wouldn't get out of my way. but all in all, I got my first race out of the way so I really wanna do better the next time, I'm determined now.
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    As Robert said - 60 minutes - 58 pedaling - anyone remember riding with me last May with my hardtail at Lock 4. This is getting more fun.

    Robert - did you get a trophy?

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    Hey Everyone
    Just wanted to say how much FUN I had today! A moral victory at best, but I finished with a personal best time 2 minutes quicker than my previous. I truly feel I've fallen in with a great group and can't wait to get this wrist back to normal... Reed, thanks for all your encouragement- Dan as well! Steve, thanks for the race! Looking forward to the next one. I'll be spinning a lot this week until I can get some strength back and get rid of some of the pain! Ice is my friend Have a great night guys and girls. Robert, I too am glad you're OK.
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    Today was my first race (beginner 30-39) and now I'm hooked LOL!!!! I was nervous heading into today but once we got started I just kept telling myself that this was just a big group ride without any stops I placed 12th out of 23 riders and my time was 49 minutes and change which I was pretty happy with.

    I'm glad to be on this team with so many great people. Everyone did awesome!

    Glad to hear that Robert was okay, Robert you are officially "the man" after today!
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    Congrats all... those times look awsome.

    So if there was a team catagory how well would NMB have done against the other teams coming in..

    TN Caveman-- great job

    All you sport racers -- looking good out there..

    and you SS people.. Mike I see you where right up in the mix.. (I Know you are fast, so the other guys must be insane)

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    I was 13th out of 17 that started in my class. I think 14 or 15 finished so that put me next to last or third to last. I felt good and was glad that I met my goals which were to finish, not bonk, and stay steady. My three lap times were : 50 min., 56 min. , and 55 min. I was pleased with that, but am determined to do better. Thanks for sticking around for me even when it was a long hot day -- that meant a lot to me!! Thanks Jeanie/Mike for handing me a water bottle! TeamNMB is awesome!
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    Reed,
    The Beginners men 30 - 39 link you posted displays the BM 20 - 29 results.


    Thanks Rick!! I think I was pretty tired last night when I posted those! I was just fighting going to bed too early!!
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    Wow!! Congratulations to EVERYONE who was out there - racers, supporters, race directors!!! Everything was awesome!! It was great to see so many team members all in one place at the same time (With jerseys on, even!!)

    As for the race, I placed 10th out of 43 riders in Sport 30-39. Lap times were 44.13 and 44.29.

    Overall I'm happy in every way about that, except...I had a mechanical about 5 miles in on the first lap. Chain went up and over 1st gear on the cassette, into the spokes. I was under the impression that it dropped inside on the front chainrings, so I kept pedalling while pushing the left shifter to get it back on...Oops!!! That just buried it farther into the spokes. I'm guessing it was about 10,15,20 riders that went by me at that time - ugh - maybe a minute, maybe more, whatever...Got it fixed, and took off to try to catch whoever I could. Good times!!

    Had a great time, good race, fun race to the finish - which for the first time ever I got the guy instead of getting beat!! WooHooo! That last sprint afforded me two small calf cramps about 30 feet from the finish, which went away after stopping and stretching. No ambulance this time!!

    Thanks everyone for coming out! Good job to all the racers. How cool is it to now have an official 'time' to beat out there next year, or in a training ride??

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    Congrats to everyone!

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    Congratulations to everyone as well. Looks like everyone rode strong.

    First sport race at CT for me. I did have faster lap times than any of my previous beginner races but I would still like to get down to those mid to low 40's with all of you "fast" guys some day. Looking back, my PB's have been hovering at the low 50's for years and the motor is not getting any younger.

    I sandbagged a little and raced Clyd. (I was 202 lbs. the night before. I'm pretty sure I was not after the race) I finished fourth. It was kind of cool, the guys that finished 2nd, 3rd and 5th around me, we all pretty much paced each other the second lap, gave encouragement, and even did the, "so where are you from thing" for a little while. It was like a fast (for me), fat-boy, group ride. We all finished within a couple of seconds of one another. We never saw the guy that finshed first. (look at the times and you'll see why)

    Good job everyone.

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    congrats to all the racers. so sorry i didnt come out there to race or cheer you on. im a horrible team member :(

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    I placed 9th out of 18 in the beginner 19-29 class. Not too shabby if I say so myself for my first real race ever. I think I could have done better if the group behind me hadn't kept passing me! I having to ride off of the trail so that I didn't get knocked down! Part of it I guess. How many trophies did the team earn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reedly View Post
    Wow!! Congratulations to EVERYONE who was out there - racers, supporters, race directors!!! Everything was awesome!! It was great to see so many team members all in one place at the same time (With jerseys on, even!!)

    As for the race, I placed 10th out of 43 riders in Sport 30-39. Lap times were 44.13 and 44.29.

    Overall I'm happy in every way about that, except...I had a mechanical about 5 miles in on the first lap. Chain went up and over 1st gear on the cassette, into the spokes. I was under the impression that it dropped inside on the front chainrings, so I kept pedalling while pushing the left shifter to get it back on...Oops!!! That just buried it farther into the spokes. I'm guessing it was about 10,15,20 riders that went by me at that time - ugh - maybe a minute, maybe more, whatever...Got it fixed, and took off to try to catch whoever I could. Good times!!

    Had a great time, good race, fun race to the finish - which for the first time ever I got the guy instead of getting beat!! WooHooo! That last sprint afforded me two small calf cramps about 30 feet from the finish, which went away after stopping and stretching. No ambulance this time!!

    Thanks everyone for coming out! Good job to all the racers. How cool is it to now have an official 'time' to beat out there next year, or in a training ride??

    Great race Reed. I saw you stop for the mechanical and you caught me by the end of the first lap and proceeded to put a minute on me in the next lap. I was a minute faster than last year but still well off my fastest of 2 years ago which was 86 min for 2 laps.

    I was just behind you in 14th with a 44 and 46 minute laps. That is one of my favorite places to race.

    If you guys feel like driving and it firsts your schedule there is a GA race course called Dauset in Jackson GA that reminds me of Chickasaw but the climbing is easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander View Post
    reminds me of Chickasaw but the climbing is easier.

    Oooh this sounds good to me! It was quite apparent that the two big climbs at CT are my big weakness. I need to work on my climbing legs.


    Is there a race at this trail soon?
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    http://goneriding.com/EVENTS.htm

    May 27th is the Dauset Race. It's about an 45 minutes south of ATL.

    I'll be at www.burn24hour.com which you guys would LOVE the Dark Mountain course. Can you say 6' berms?
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    Here's a link to the results......

    http://www.goneriding.com/2007/SERC/...OL/results.htm

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    What a fun race. It was great too see all the Team NMB Jerseys at CT. Congrats to everyone that raced and thanks to all those who showed up to support the team.

    I felt pretty good about my effort. 45.38 and fourth place. I lost a sprint by 3/100ths of a second at the finish. I probably hurt myself by not pushing a lot harder on that last hill out of the Trail of Tears. I allowed myself to rest some and this led to my funniest moment of the race.

    I was in third as I followed the second place rider up the aforementioned climb. When we reached the top I was chomping at the bit to chase down the first place rider and began encouraging the rider in front of me. It went something like this:

    Me: "Let's go get that guy!"
    2nd Place Rider: no response
    Me: "We can catch him:
    2nd Place Rider: no response
    Me: "Let's go get him!"
    2nd Place Rider: no response
    Me: "Let's go get him!"
    2nd Place Rider: no response
    Me: "$#@....(expletives)

    At this point I went sailing over the handlebars off a root at the top of the hill. It was crazy...I was laying on the ground still clipped in and wondering how funny I looked. I got up quickly and remounted my bike.

    Me: "You go get that guy!"
    2nd Place Rider: no response...maybe I heard a laugh...

    Pretty funny stuff! It would be hilarious on film, but fortunately for me, no pics are available.

    Thanks again and great job everyone.

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    By the way, I really enjoyed meeting so many more people on the team at CT. It was so nice to put some more faces with names! I am constantly stunned at how many cool people are connected to the team, the board, and with mountain biking in general. I have found my place.

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