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Schedule Release:[/size]2017 Race SeriesSeptember 2nd: Griffin Bike Park, Terre HauteSeptember 23rd: Scales Lake Park, BoonvilleOctober 1st: Potato Creek State Park, North LibertyTentative Oct. 14th or 15th: SWW Park, Indianapolis

Start times will be at Noon. Looking to do grades 5-12. More info to come this week as I work on it now that we have the series set. Once again there will be no fee for the students to race and direct affiliation to a school will not be necessary.  Follow on Facebook and Twitter.
https://www.facebook.com/INHSMTBLeague/?fref=nfTwitter: https://twitter.com/INHSMTBLeagueTime to start recruiting the youth.


Buy, Sell, Trade / Scott Scale Bike for sale
« on: December 14, 2015, 03:19:53 PM »
I am posting for a friend.
He has a 2015 Scott Scale RC carbon fiber MTN Bike for sale.  Medium Frame, 27.5 inch wheels.  Black frame with yellow lettering.  If you want more info or picks you can email him at nlucas824@yahoo.com. $3,800 OBO Elite level bike.

I do know it has only been ridden a couple of times and he just doesn't have the time right now to ride so he doesn't want it just sitting in the garage collecting dust.

Racing...from the novice to seasoned / High School Mountain Bike Racing
« on: September 10, 2015, 10:00:58 AM »
Over the years I have communicated a little with NICA and thought about grassroots leagues as well.  With being a Principal and knowing many others who happen to be Leaders at some of our schools close to some of our trails in the state I feel I will be able to reach out to them and get this ball rolling.  I have had some of you over the years contact me as my name was on the list on NICA and it seemed like we had yet another baby in the house and time was short.  With the youngest of four turning two this weekend it is finally getting a little easier again.  PM me if you are interested in a Fall HS/MS league for our kids as it is time to give them this option in our state with all the great trails being built by HMBA and others.  If anyone knows of a school with a program already please let me know so I can reach out to them.  Right now my school is the only one I know of.  Over the next week I will be developing some avenues on social media to get the word out as well and will  share those here with everyone.  Thanks in advance!
Temporary HS MTN Bike League Coordinator ::) LOL

Racing...from the novice to seasoned / Kid Tri's
« on: May 18, 2013, 08:55:09 AM »
My daughter is 13 an expressed an interest in training for a Triathlon, are there any out there for her age bracket? Thanks.

Riding on Pavement / Longest climb
« on: December 01, 2012, 01:21:56 PM »
Anyone know where the longest continous climb in the stat is? Road or dirt?

Racing...from the novice to seasoned / 24 Hour Race
« on: July 23, 2012, 01:47:03 PM »
The last four years my buddy and I have done the DINO 2 man 24 hours and sadly my wife recieved a wedding invitation from one of her friends for that date this year :'( .   We are looking for options for one somewhere else and willing to drive out of state.  Anyone know of any in the midwest in Sept. or October?

Racing...from the novice to seasoned / Bike Jerseys
« on: April 08, 2012, 09:24:10 PM »
I know I sent this out two years ago, but my buddy has a little company and we were just looking to get a a handful of jerseys made for the DINO series any suggestions?  I know bikejersey.com ask for an order of 15-25 so we didn't do that.  Any other suggestions?

Tech Bench / Shocks/Forks
« on: March 21, 2012, 12:22:24 PM »
I have a 1997 Cannondale Super V 1000.  One of my teachers and I are looking to rebuild/buy the shock and fork so that we have an extra bike as part of our new mountain bike club at school.  We currently have four new bikes and my two.  I believe the rear shock is an Alps 4 and the headshock is a cannondale headshock DD60.  Any suggestions on rebuild kits or replacement would be great as it will mean one more kid on the trails each time we take them!  Cheap solutions even better as it will be out of my wallet not school.

Tech Bench / Winter Bike Shoes
« on: August 26, 2011, 07:18:05 PM »
I have been commuting year round the last two years, and the booties I have had are shot from several more years of use.  I am looking at winter shoes for the commute but also do some winter trail rides so walking in them would be useful as well.  Anyone have a pair they really like? I have looked at 3 pair online under $200 and the are: Louis Garneau 0 Ergo Grip Winter Cycling Shoes,  Pearl Izumi Barrier GTX Winter Cycling Shoe, Lake CXZ302 Winter Road Shoes.  Any thoughts?  And I have ridden with the windchill close to zero on several occasions so they need to work in very cold conditions not just the freezing point.  Thanks for any advice.

Racing...from the novice to seasoned / Gravel Grovel
« on: June 30, 2011, 09:02:43 AM »
I am trying to plan out the fall events money wise, any word on the Gravel Grovel the site is all last year, is it still being run this year?

Find a Ride / FATS in South Carolina
« on: June 26, 2011, 11:20:21 PM »
FATS in South Carolina is Awesome!  With all the rain my buddy and I were about to scratch our Indiana Mtn. Bike tour for the weekend.  He decided at 5pm friday we should head to FATS since I had talked about it so much, and the next thing I knew we were riding it at 10 am Saturday.  It is truly a great system, but will kick your butt on no sleep and 93 degree heat. We stayed at Hickory Knob State Park right up the road (great place I have been there a few times before) and they now have a 7 mile loop by the lake.  So, we got up at daylight rode that loop and it was actually a lot of fun as well and then hit the road for the trip home.  One of the best IMBA EPICS I have done so far.  Can't wait to ride it again, the only problem is you have to drive past Asheville which wasn't easy with all that I knew is sitting there waiting to be ridden.

Find a Trail / KY Trails
« on: June 08, 2011, 11:28:37 AM »
I am on my way to Tenn. tomorrow halfway in between Nashville and Knoxville.  So around the Cave City/Glascow exit of I-65 I will be going on to KY-70.  Youngers Creek a little earlier and then Sal Hallow appear to be the closest to the Highways I am taking.  Would like to stop and hit one before meeting up with the family (already there enjoying their time.)  Anybody been to these two to compare them?  In Tenn.  Falls Creek State Park appears to be the closest to me so if anyone has been there as well is it worth it?

Ferdinand State Forest / Trail Conditions
« on: June 14, 2008, 06:06:19 PM »
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