Looking for a couple more people interested in heading up to Copper harbor with me and a buddy this weekend for the festivities.   
Originally planned to go up with my family, but something came up and they are staying back home.   I have a double queen hotel room booked at Lake Fanny Hooe Resort for Friday, Sat & Sun night.  Leaving early Friday morning, returning Monday.  message me if you are interested  608 - 4 four 5 - nine 5 five 4

http://fannyhooe.com/amenities.php
http://fannyhooe.com/news-view.php?target=1

Wade

New advanced feature/shortcut dialed in at the work day yesterday- "The Panty Drop"

https://drive.google.com/file/d/16-6WnD31QoMAqRP8zaQZS5hwUwiy7ept/view?ts=5d63e6a7
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15wMzn9cdGFnadzRqiCRdOexN0k9RKToo/view?ts=5d63e6a7

Should "shave" off some time.  Make sure you scope it out before dropping it.  WAY steeper than it looks

CORP Movie Night

in News
augs
August 24, 2019, 08:49 AM

We're teaming up with Capital Brewery again to bring you an end-of-summer get together, history lesson, an all-around good time.  On Wednesday, September 11, we'll be showing the classic documentary  Klunkerz on the big screen. 

There will be food from Pizza Brutta, door prizes, good beer, and news about ongoing and upcoming projects.  All proceeds go toward improving our local trails; if you are enjoying the improvements at Quarry Ridge, Pleasant View, CamRock, Cross Plains, Sheehan Park, Blackhawk and elsewhere, come out and lend your support, and have a good time doing it.

In keeping with the theme of the movie, there will be a Classic Klunker Contest.  Dust off that relic hanging in the garage and bring it out; $100 gift certificate (to the winner's choice of one of our sponsor shops) goes to the coolest bike!

Advance tickets $15, available through the Projekt360. $20 day of.

Doors open at 6:00, showtime is 7:30.

Hope to see you there!


Re: 2019 Pleasant View upkeep

in Pleasant View
imwjl
August 22, 2019, 08:54 AM

Thank you Scott Mills for taking care of the stuff we could not get to on the group work night!  Everyone, buy Scott and all the helpers a beer or give them a hug or a kiss or a thank you. Please consider helping. We have a tool needed tool box refresh and helper item request on deck for the CORP board approval tonight.

Thank you!

The shirt preorder is open! Reply here or message me with size, color and qty. The shirt is a unisex Bella 3001. It's a softy 😉   Your race entry covers the cost of the shirt. If you are not racing the cost per shirt is $15.

Preorder closes at midnight 9/2!

Both shirts will have the same design on the back.

WTB Fattie

in Fatbike Forum
henryshanem@gmail.com
August 20, 2019, 08:12 AM

Hello friends!
I am in search of a large frame/19" fat bike this will be my first fat bike so not looking to go over $600 i know its low but just seeing whats out there at this point. If you have something your looking to move of know someone who may hit me up. Thanks in advance.

The details are updated! The shirt preorder will be posted in the next day or two. If you have any questions you can post here or send me a message. We are looking forward to seeing you all!


I lost my wallet today 8/15 on quarry ridge trails at around 5:30 pm.

It was in my bag on the top tube. The zipper must not have been closed all the way and it fell out.

Would appreciate it if someone finds it to let me know. Thank you.

Re: Saddles - XC riding

in Bikes and Gear
imwjl
August 15, 2019, 03:16 PM

This is very personal. Even if you measure bone width or have a length you like you might prefer a more or less rounded shape.

Right now my family has parents and 3 kids sharing same 9 bikes. Everyone likes WTB Pure models with mixed opinions on the Volt and Speed models. The firmer padding is better but I doubt I'll spend on titanium or composite rails again. Crashes and use have never broken a chrome-moly rail saddle the way fancy and cheapest ones have broken.

As for shops, I always support our paid up sponsor shops and they've always been great. You can call to know who has the most but I suggest visiting them.

You can measure to know what width might be best.

I believe we're all XC riders but one who's also on  a race team. Dropper posts and good shorts or liners are part of the comfort equation too.  For relief? It seems to me like getting out of the saddle and dropper posts are where much of that comes from.  It also seems like modern bikes and setup make same saddles more comfy but that's personal too. The low, slack, wide bar and short chain stay and short stem bikes make same saddle better for me.

Same WTB saddle on my old school bike vs modern trail bikes is more comfy. Other will feel the opposite so have fun trying stuff! Go do demos. There's one today and more on the calendar.

Saddles - XC riding

in Bikes and Gear
eric
August 14, 2019, 10:18 AM

Hi. Please direct me to a prior thread if this has been discussed. I've done thorough research online. I know there are many differing variables that go into mtb saddle selection. I know the importance in the right width and positioning.

Online research yields an overwhelming amount of products. I'm trying to zero in on saddles to try out. I am narrow in build, 185lb. Seeking perineum relief as well as relief from a little numbness down the leg.

-Is there a common denominator ( go-to brand/model/shape...) that has seen the most success among the XC population?
-Best place in the Madison area to sample saddles?
-Any additional tests or measurements that may point me in a certain direction as it relates to shape and features?

Thanks all.
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