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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #15 on: September 01, 2012, 01:55:10 PM »
Hello 2012 Breakdown participants!

We are only six weeks away from the 8th annual event and things are really coming together!  We have recently updated our t-shirt options and are very excited to now offer a women's cut for the 2012 event.  If you have already registered and would like to change your FREE commemorative t-shirt to a women's cut, please let us know.  Send an email to info@sub-9.com and we will be sure to update your registration.

The women's cut t-shirt is also available for purchase (along with Men's and Youth sizes) on the event registration page under Merchandise.  The cost of these additional t-shirts (remember you get one FREE with your registration) is just $15.
 
https://www.bikereg.com/Net/14906
 
We'll be making some big announcements soon about the 2012 Breakdown, so keep an eye here, on the event website or join us on our Facebook page for all the info.
 
www.facebook.com/browncountybreakdown
 
Remember to tell all your friends about the upcoming Brown County Breakdown.   See you in October!
 
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #16 on: September 01, 2012, 09:15:29 PM »
I just signed up to avenge my just-short -of-100-mile performance from last year.

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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #17 on: September 02, 2012, 07:47:01 PM »
Does BCB need any more volunteers?

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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #18 on: September 02, 2012, 08:54:44 PM »
Does BCB need any more volunteers?

We always need more volunteers.  Shoot an email to info <at> sub-9 dot com and we'll get you on the volunteer email list.  We'll be sending out details in the next few weeks.
 
Thanks in advance!
 
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #19 on: September 03, 2012, 09:17:34 AM »
Some of us leave from the cabin and do not like the crowds.  I have always had to wait for the person to bring Hoosier National passes to the cabin.  How about giving them out at the check in?  Upland and Flat 12 were suppose to be there last year and never saw them.  Can we be assured they will be there with plenty of brew? 

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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #20 on: September 03, 2012, 09:41:27 AM »
Some of us leave from the cabin and do not like the crowds.  I have always had to wait for the person to bring Hoosier National passes to the cabin.  How about giving them out at the check in?  Upland and Flat 12 were suppose to be there last year and never saw them.  Can we be assured they will be there with plenty of brew?

We don't hand the HNF passes out until the cabin to ensure they only go to the people who are actually entering the HNF.  We have to pay for those passes, so we don't want to hand them out unless it's necessary.  If' you're not starting at the actual Start, and you don't want to wait - you can always purchase a pass yourself at one of the many locations where they are sold.
 
Upland and Flat 12 were both there on Saturday night.. and Big Woods was serving beer on Friday.  Not sure where you were, but the lines were long and there was plenty of beer available!
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #21 on: September 05, 2012, 08:36:30 AM »
Alright folks... here's the first big announcement of the 2012 event..... this year's t-shirt design!
 

 
A huge thanks once again to More East Design for coming up with another kick ass logo!
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #22 on: September 07, 2012, 01:04:06 PM »
Love the shirt design!  They keep getting better every year.  Last years shirt is a classic design and kick-ass color.  So, what color shirt is this new design going to be printed on?  Is that public information yet or TBD?  One last thing, I'm normally a size M or L depending on the shirt and the last few years I have selected the size L because they seem to run a little small.  Hopefully that trend continues because the fit it perfect for me.


Looking forward to another great 45 mile ride and plenty of Jug's goodness at the end!!!


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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #23 on: September 07, 2012, 01:45:18 PM »
Love the shirt design!  They keep getting better every year.  Last years shirt is a classic design and kick-ass color.  So, what color shirt is this new design going to be printed on?  Is that public information yet or TBD?  One last thing, I'm normally a size M or L depending on the shirt and the last few years I have selected the size L because they seem to run a little small.  Hopefully that trend continues because the fit it perfect for me.


Looking forward to another great 45 mile ride and plenty of Jug's goodness at the end!!!


Chris

Here is a mock up of the shirts to give you an idea...  Men's shirts will be the same brand/cut as previous years.
 
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #24 on: September 07, 2012, 09:46:43 PM »
Please make sure the XLs are big enough, oddly my T from last year has gotten smaller.  ???
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #25 on: September 10, 2012, 04:57:39 AM »
All three of my shirts seem to have been on the small size or they shrink down a bit.


I would go with a size larger than you normally wear.


Great looking design.

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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #26 on: September 15, 2012, 12:20:55 PM »
do you have a link to see who has signed up yet?
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #27 on: September 15, 2012, 02:35:51 PM »
do you have a link to see who has signed up yet?

https://www.bikereg.com/NET/Confirmed/14906

There's a link in a box at the top of the registration page that says "Who's Registered".  It took me a while to find it a few weeks ago.

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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #28 on: September 15, 2012, 03:05:46 PM »
Thanks Draggon
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Re: 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown
« Reply #29 on: September 17, 2012, 10:50:14 AM »
Tons of announcements for the 8th Annual Event!
 
We have an amazing weekend planned for the Hoosier Mountain Bike Association's largest fund raising event of the year, so join us beginning on Friday, October 12 at Brown County State Park for the 8th annual event!
 
We've added more great bluegrass to the 2012 event and have an amazing lineup planned throughout the weekend. 

Musical Guests Include:
  ~ Indiana Boys
  ~ White Lightning Boys
  ~ New Old Cavalry
  ~ Hocking River String Band
  ~ Chicago Farmer
  ~ Flatland Harmony Experiment
  ~ Whipstitch Sallies
  ~ Kara Barnard & Friends and more!
 
But music is not all that's in store for the weekend festivities.  The Saturday bike and product demo features large and small manufacturers including Giant, Trek, Cannodale, Scott, and Niner.  You can also check out the latest products from our friends at REI (Castleton) and stop by to say hello to other members of the HMBA!  We have tons of great prizes to raffle from event sponsors so stay tuned to the event website, or join us on Facebook, for details still to come!
 
There's still plenty of time to stop by your favorite shop (and Breakdown supporter) to stock up on ride supplies and get your pre-ride tune-up.  We're proud to once again have Nebo Ridge Bicycles, Bicycle Garage Indy, Joe's Cycles, Bicycle Outfitters Indy, Columbus Bicycle Station, Indy Cycle Specialist and West Trails Bicycles (to name a few) as part of the 2012 event!

Don't wait until the last minute to register for this event.  Brown County has quickly become one of the most popular Midwest riding destinations and the Breakdown is the perfect excuse for many to visit the area.  If we luck into another beautiful weekend, this event could easily sell out - and you are NOT going to want to miss this!  Sign up soon to guarantee your spot at the 8th Annual Brown County Breakdown.  Remember, this event is only open to 650 participants!
 
Remember you can purchase additional t-shirts from the 2012 event (available in Men's, Women's and Youth sizes) and pre-order your 2012 Brown County Breakdown Souvenir Book from official event photographers, Two Pedals Photography!  Cost is only $15 online, but goes up for on-site orders!
 
Go to www.browncountybreakdown.com for all the info!
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