12/11/06 Warrior’s Society News

In this issue:

1. Pow Wow update – Counting Coup sold out – 16 spots left in Vision Quest

2. Found: Sidi mountain bike shoes in the Blackstar/Silverado area

3. Orange County expatriate looking for riding partners during Dec. visit

1. POW WOW UPDATE – COUNTING COUP SOLD OUT – 16 SPOTS LEFT IN VISION QUEST

We have 16 positions left in the Vision Quest before that event sells out. The Counting Coup event is sold out. To be placed on the Counting Coup waiting list email us at:

Countingcoup@warriorssociety.org

The date of the Mountain Bike Pow Wow is Saturday, March 3rd. Participation is limited to 200 for the Vision Quest and 100 for the sold out Counting Coup. To insure a spot in the remaining event, the Vision Quest, register ASAP.

To download an application for the 56.5 Mile Vision Quest go to:

http://www.warriorssociety.org/events/PowWowApplication2007.pdf

To register online for the Vision Quest go to:

http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=1371821

2. FOUND; SIDI MOUNTIAN BIKE SHOES IN THE BLACKSTAR/SILVERADO AREA

Found: Sidi Mountain bike shoes in the Blackstar/Silverado Canyon Area….Call Switchback Cyclery if they are yours and give them the description of what you lost….they were found lying in the street so they probably fell off a roof or tailgate.

3. ORANGE COUNTY EXPATRIATE LOOKING FOR RIDING PARTNERS DURING DEC. VISIT

My name is Warren Reid. I put on the Cat Classic MTB race in PA. Probably the most serious and fun MTB race in the Northeast put on by grass roots enthusiasts. As a SoCal born and OC raised MTB rider who now lives in PA, I was pleased to find the Warrior’s Society from a link on Mountain Bike Action Mag’s website.

I am very supportive of your MTB access rights focus and find some of the same issues go on out here, although not quite so intense because the Hunting Lobby in PA is so strong, Enviro’s don’t have so much clout.

My last home in CA was in Portola Hills near Cooks Corner before I moved to PA in 1990. I rode a lot in what is now Whiting Ranch when I lived in Portola Hills. I was just starting to go up into the Santa Ana roads and trails before moving to PA.

All of my family still lives in OC. I travel there a couple of times a year and like to ride when I come out. I would like to do some serious riding up in the Saddleback Peaks area when I come out there for the Christmas Holidays.

Are there any riders willing to show around a fit and technical rider up in the mountains there (or group rides scheduled) from the 18th to the 26th?

Thanks,

Warren Reid

Warren_Reid@ahm.honda.com

PS: Here is a link to our race in PA.:

wwwcatclassic.net

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