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Piggy's Revenge Piggy's Revenge Do you like to see wildlife? Would you like to be in the middle of nowhere? Are you self reliant? Then this event is for you! Choose from a 10,20, 40 or 60 mile loop. The 10 mile loop is a beginner guided wilderness double track ride. The 20 and 40 are mix of single and double track trails and the 60 is a mix of gravel, dirt, grass, mud, asphalt and sand. Piggy's Revenge is scheduled for January 8, 2017. $35 gets you a great adventure, a cool Tshirt and a homemade bratwurst hot off the grill. Wednesday, June 1, 2016 We are going to do it again on January 8th 2017 ! We have started the planning process for the latest edition of Piggy's Revenge.The club (SCORR) is in the process of getting approval to build some new single track.The race course will obviously take advantage of these new gems.So don't expect the same ride as last year, provided we have the time to build the trails.If you might be interested in helping build the new sections keep a eye on the SCORR Riders Facebook page for updates on trail days etc... Posted by Eric Claessens at 2:42 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Wednesday, January 13, 2016 Here are the links to the results of Piggy's Revenge 2016 Follow the links to the results. We did the best we could trying to keep track many muddy numbers and riders. Have fun looking at then but don't get too serious about it, it was just some fun riding in the mud. Eric The 20 mile ride https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nWxWyP-E0_fYWnMG7nsjnM_gN20mnx6Vs_EbuC10cyc/edit?usp=sharing The 40 mile ride https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TPwoAIDVeHdF5d6C97JRBvh5A2z98jZofSMP6stWAiw/edit?usp=sharing The 60 mile ride. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cxXyaekxY2ck1pore-RLtsgn_9reMkEMVx4xx7ABpck/edit?usp=sharing Posted by Eric Claessens at 12:02 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Friday, January 8, 2016 See you on Sunday morning ! Right now, the forecast is for temperatures in the low 70’s and a 10% chance of rain which sounds like a perfect day. The rain on Friday and Saturday will probably not change the trail conditions very much, if anything it will improve them especially some of the sandier sections on the 60-mile loop. First if you are driving in with a GPS make sure you are getting off I75 at exit 193 Jacaranda Blvd. Every year some GPS’s send drivers to the end of Laurel Rd on the wrong side of Myakka River. Once on Jacaranda go North to Border Road then take a right (there is a sign for the park at the intersection) go East to the end of Border Road then left in to The T. Mabry Carlton Reserve (1800 Mabry Carlton Pkwy, Venice, FL 34292. When you get to the park follow the directions from the volunteers to the parking areas, we need to squeeze a lot of cars into two parking areas and along the sides of the gravel road going into the park. Please let us direct you to your designated spot. This year, the registration and start / finish line will be at the pavilion and not in the parking lot as previous years. The sign up process will start at 7:00AM. There will be separate lines for preregistered and day of registrants. If all goes well, we will have a brief riders meeting shortly after 8:00 am with wave starts after that. 60’s will leave first, then 40’s, 20’s and finally the 10 wilderness ride. We have a lot of items from our sponsors to give away during the day so hang around after the race and hang onto your race number. For the 60 miler, you will need to download the GPS file at https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/11349507 to find your way around since we will only mark the first and last few turns. If you don’t use a GPS plan to follow a rider that does ……YOU WILL GET LOST. Remember you are ON YOU OWN, make sure you are prepared. The 40 and 20 loops will be marked with signs and painted arrows. Sags stops will be around mile 13 (20 and 40) then at 32 for the 40. The sag stop is 25 miles into the 60 and there is a gas station around mile 42. Registration ends tonight at midnight. $40 Sunday morning See you there Eric Posted by Eric Claessens at 7:38 AM 1 comment: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Saturday, January 2, 2016 But what about the 20 and the 40? The 20 and the 40 share the first 13 miles and the last 6.The start will include a grassy section before you enter Boldlygo. You'll ride the whole trail, the red trail, South Powerline and Venice Acadia grade to the sag stop: Tom and El Jeffe's Cantina. The 20's turn back down the VA grade back to Boldlygo. The 40's ride a loop including:the North, South Powerlines,the mile of hell, the mowed trail along Big Slough and parts of Doe Hammock.The sag a second time (mile 30+) and back onto Boldlygo. The 20 and 40 will be marked with paint and signs. Eric Links to 20 miler not including the first two miles and a separated rendering of the 40's extra loop. https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/11368264 40 extra loop approximate not accurate: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/11669018 Posted by Eric Claessens at 10:58 AM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest The low down on the 60 including the GPS file The course is very similar to last years with the trails dry and improving daily. The 60 is a tough ride, you will earn that Fat Point beer at the end. The course is set up to have several challenging sections followed by easier areas allowing for some recovery. You will start from the Pavilion, after a brief neutral section you will ride a grassy double track until you pass a picnic table and go around a gate to reach the Border Road extension which is 2 1/2 miles of gravel road. There are three gates which all have a bypass on the left side. No need to open or climb the gates, there might be cattle in the area so if you open it close it. A left turn and a swing gate gets you onto Doe Hammock which is a grassy section connecting to the south Powerline, a 3 mile gravelly section, another short grassy road followed by asphalt and then a right turn back onto the Powerline after going around the gate. The most challenging section of the race follows between mile 12 and 20 where you will ride the River Trail and the Stockade Trail. This will test your power and ability to find the right line. Local riders know that at the Carlton it pays to look for a better line sometimes the right path is just a foot or two to the right or left of your current track. Next will be 4 miles of gravel road and before you know it you will be 25 miles into it and at Tom and El Jeffe’s Oasis SAGG Stop. After a little bit of recharging, you are off down the Venice Arcadia Grade which is a fast double track road going through the area of last month’s bear sighting. The end of the VA grade is called the mile of HELL, enough said. Right turn onto the North Powerline is a mix of grass and gravel and near then end is one gate that you will have to climb over. You’ll ride further on and take a right turn onto the mowed track running along Big Slough. If you cross a rusty metal bridge you missed your turn. The section along the Slough is very scenic, look up! LEFT onto the South Powerline but only briefly, you cross the bridge then take an immediate right turn down the bank and into the Myakkahatchee Environmental Park. Go over a small ditch crossing then into the park proper where there will be park visitors so be mindful. Cross the wooden bridge and follow the creek on the right side. There is a water source near the parking lot (white pipe sticking out of the ground). You will be riding a grassy/sandy trail then you cross Tropicaire Blvd so go slightly toward the bridge and down the bank across the street. You have 2 miles of ATV trails next which were very nice this week but can get sandy. There are two trails that run parallel to each other watch for illegal ATV and Motorcycle riders. Follow the trail UNDER the freeway and then take a left onto some paved but poorly maintained roads for the next 2 miles. Back onto the ATV trail for a short distance then across the Myakkahatchee Creek and up the sandy bank. You will reach a road, go past the house then turn down the right of way on the left side of the house till you get to the dam. You can ride or walk this section because it can be slippery at the bottom. Go left onto the gravel access road and a right at Sumter Blvd, ride the sidewalk. At mile 43, the intersection of Price and Sumter, you will find several options for resupply (Publix, restaurants, 7/11, etc.). After that break, ride more sidewalk down Price Blvd. until you cross the Myakkahatchee Creek for the last time on a pedestrian bridge. After the bridge, cross Price into the parking lot of the Sport Complex and ride past the buildings and then go left behind the Middle School which takes you to a grassy/gravelly road. At Pan American, the 5 mile road section begins. These are back roads with little traffic the busier roads will have a bike lane. Pan American will take you to Avanti and eventually to S. Biscayne Take a right on Trionfo, past the Warm Mineral Spring Complex to De Leon Drive and De Miranda Ave till you reach HWY 41 but only for a short section. Next is the entrance of Deer Prairie Creek Preserve, a mile and a half of gravel with a water crossing. Go left onto a grassy double track followed by more gravel then another road section will get you across HWY 75. The end is near as you reenter the Carlton Reserve with one more gate to go around with more grass and next thing you know you will be smelling the grill and finishing. This course will play well with riders that work together so take advantage of the sections where drafting can be a big factor. Cross bikes would work best with this tactic but there is a price to pay and you will get beat up in the bumpier sections. A 29r will ride smoother but will be hindered on the fast rolling sections. Also stay on the route the temptation to cut out tough sections or take shortcuts can be pretty strong but it’s cheating in my eyes. If you can’t do the ride as designed maybe you need to find another sport where cheaters get rewarded. Eric GPS file for 60 follow the link: https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/11349507 Posted by Eric Claessens at 10:34 AM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Thursday, December 24, 2015 You can still preregister till January 8th but.... The T-shirts are ordered, any new registration might get a shirt but sizes and quantities will be limited. The trails are shaping up and right now the conditions are ideal.We will have more riders this year than any previous event, so more prizes and rewards for the finishers with coffee from Venetian Coffee Roasters at the start. Music, homemade bratwurst, beer from Fat Point Brewery will await you at the finish line and we will attempt to track your times. The sag stop, better known as Tom and El Jefe's Oasis Cantina, will have some surprises. It's gonna be a PIGTACULAR DAY!! Posted by Eric Claessens at 8:23 AM 3 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Sunday, December 20, 2015 Registration Ends Tomorrow! After a lot of rain on Friday, we did some exploring for the 60 and we soon realized that all the new water is still trying to decide where to go. The upper picture is a nice section with a little pig damage but still nice to ride. The next photo was a real challenge to ride with the far right side newly plowed and is mostly soft wet sand. The usual trail is under water leaving you to ride on the mowed but lumpy sides. If it stays dry and windy, this should be a pretty fast section but anymore rain would mean more pain. Race day is going to be great so get signed up for an experience you will talk about for years to come. We'll have hot coffee from Venetian Roasters at the start and a beer from Fat Point Brewery and a homemade bratwurst on the grill waiting for you at the finish. Also many awards will be given for your efforts from several of our great sponsors. Sign up before midnight on Monday, December 21st to guarantee getting an awesome Piggy T and the lower rate. Day of sign up is $40.00 and no guaranteed t-shirt. See you in three weeks! Oink, Eric Posted by Eric Claessens at 8:44 AM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) January 8th 2017 "Here piggy, piggy"A endurance ride consisting of 10,20,40 or 60+ miles of off-road goodness in Sarasota County Florida. The big loops will connect wilderness areas in the south end of the county. All funds raised go directly into SCORR's trail building efforts. Check out: www.scorrider.com The sign up will be with www.bikereg.com. The start will be at the Carlton reserve parking lot: 1800 Mabry Carlton Pkwy, Venice, FL 34292-1837 Sign up starts at 7:30 Am . The start will follow the 8:00 Am riders meeting . Registration So you think you can do this? 1.Pick the distance: 10 mile wilderness ride,20,40+miles of mostly single-track ride/race or the 60 +Epic Endurance Race (dirt,gravel,sand,mud and road)GPS track only 2. Decide what class you want to ride in : Open male Open Female Over the hill old fart (over 50 ) Over the hill tough girl (over 50) 3.Gather up $35 and follow this link to preregister : https://www.BikeReg.com/piggys-revenge Day of Registration will be available @$45 no guaranteed T-shirt. All funds raised will be used for trail building efforts by SCORR Questions? Send me an e-mail at piggysrevenge@gmail.com . Register here What to expect January 18Th This is a mostly self-supported off-road ride in South West Florida .There will be one sag stop provided (40's see it twice) and also a convenience store on the 60 The trails will be in and around the wilderness areas in south Sarasota County. The start of the big ass loops will at the parking lot of the Carlton reserve at 1800 Mabry Carlton Pkwy, Venice, FL 34292-1837. Limited support will be provided, you are on your own. The Epic Endurance Race is 60+ miles long. It will be a mix of double track roads and trails.You will ride gravel, sand, dirt,mud, grass and pavement. Some simple directions will be provided but you will depend on your GPS to find your way around. We will not come and rescue you. The 20 and 40 will be mostly singletrack with some double track,gravel,grass and mud.You will have a sag stop at around 10 and 30 miles.The course will be marked with signs and painted arrows.You will be in the middle of a large wilderness area ,we will not come and rescue you.You are on your own,be self reliant. The 10 mile wilderness ride will be a guided introductory no drop ride on gravel and dirt roads.There will be a Sag stop around 5 miles.Expect to see a lot of wild things especially wild boars ,deer and alligators plus all kinds of flying and crawling critters. Rules of the game. The #1 rule of the event is: You are responsible for your own welfare. You are on your own. You are on your own The organizers and anyone having anything to do with this race are not responsible for your safety. Piggy’s revenge is a non-stop self supported solo event. You must bring with you all the necessary supplies and equipment. Each rider is considered to be on a private excursion and remains solely responsible for any accidents in which he or she may be involved. No responsibility can be accepted for riders becoming lost or stranded. If you accept help from anyone beyond that offered by a fellow rider, you will be disqualified. Prearranged outside support is not allowed. You must wear a helmet and obey any traffic laws. Use your head and remember you represent the entire cycling community .Don’t be an Ass and respect the land you travel over as well as the people you might meet along the way. You will be riding on multi use trails, Yield to the other users. You must stay on the course .If you leave the course for any reason you, must re-enter at your point of exit or you will be disqualified. No short cuts or alternate routes are permitted. If you get lost backtrack We are not going to come and bail you out .You are on your own. Bike choice is up to you! We are allowing mountain bikes, 29rs, cross or road bikes(not recommended ). The terrain has some sandy areas so keep this in mind. But cross bikes would definitely work. All single speeds must finish and start in the same gear, you can run a flip flop hub but both gears must have the same number of cogs. Riders will get a course map ,Cue sheet or GPS file.To be determined. The event will happen regardless of the weather or the tides. A cell phone might come in handy.Make sure it can hold a charge for the entire ride (no chargers in the woods) Riders can help other riders with mechanical support. You will encounter a lot of wild animals; make sure you know how to handle yourself in the presence of wild boars, alligators,deer and snakes .Look before you stand, fire ants can ruin your day. Depending on the amount of rain some of the trails might be under water that means more bugs. There is limited sag support. Be ready to experience a side of Florida most never encounter. There will be a time limit for the event, the park closes at 6 pm.You car has to be out of the parking lot by then or you will be locked in. Remember to have fun Eric Email piggysrevenge@gmail.com Followers About Me Eric Claessens View my complete profile Blog Archive ▼ 2016 (5) ▼ June (1) We are going to do it again on January 8th 2017 ! ? January (4) ? 2015 (9) ? December (3) ? 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