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  • Empire State Muni Festival: June 13-15, 2014

    Bindlestiff Family Variety Arts, Inc. and the Hell on Wheel Unicycle Gang present the first Empire State Mountain Unicycle Festival.
    June 13-15, 2014 at Beebe Hill State Forrest, (in the Columbia County town of Austerlitz, NY)
    http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/66460.html

    Three days of off-road one wheeling in the hills of the Empire State.
    Camping will be available at near-by campsites.
    Stay tuned here or on Facebook for more details.
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  • #2
    Any updates for this?

    I'm planning on going. Not sure where I'm camping.
    Any schedule planned?

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    • #3
      http://www.bindlestiff.org/munifest/

      if you haven't seen it yet already

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      • #4
        What's the registration fee for?

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        • #5
          http://www.chathamtravellodge.com/http://www.berkshiretravellodge.com/
          Who's flying this thing?!

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          • #6
            In case anyone else was wondering what the registration fee was getting us...
            Originally posted by Jason on Facebook
            The $30 fee gets split like this. If you are not a member of USA it
            cost $20 to join. By joining USA you are covered by our insurance policy
            that is required by the state to have the festival there. If you are
            already a USA member then that part of registration is waved. The last $10
            paid will cover the port-a-john, the posters/ flyers we made and the beer
            for Saturday night. Hope to see you there.

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            • #7
              Who's flying this thing?!

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              • #8
                Can you give us an idea of the difference between intermediate and beginner level rides.

                I would consider my son and I beginners - non-hoppers, but can plow over roots. We are fine riding single track and frequently do so.

                So what skills would you define as needed for intermediate?

                I am assuming the beginner ride is that nice rolling fire trail type riding.

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                • #9
                  I haven't been on all the trails at Beebe Hill yet, but I'll clarify best I can from what Jason was telling of the ride plans.

                  The one beginner level ride is mostly fire road with some climbs. The intermediate level rides are single track with some technical bits which may require a beginner or intermediate to walk briefly at points. Though several of such bits have optional ride arounds. Possibility of separating into a faster and a slower group. One intermediate ride may require some to walk up a fire road to ride the trail down. And the one expert level ride on Sunday is longer with some insane obstacles for those of varying combinations of skill, bravery, and/or stupidity.

                  I think there are definitely plenty of trail options for all skill levels.

                  And the Hell on Wheel trials course will be up all weekend for registered folks to use between activities.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TragicWarrior View Post
                    Though several of such bits have optional ride arounds. Possibility of separating into a faster and a slower group.
                    Thanks! My son (9) and I are planning on making the trip for Saturday and maybe Sunday.

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                    • #11
                      A couple of us local people went for a ride this afternoon there, had an awesome time! I did a bunch of stuff I've never tried before, and had a great time! Totally covered in mud/grass/sweat/etc, but I actually saw an improvement in my riding! Can't wait till next weekend to do it again!!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jigywigy View Post
                        My son (9) and I are planning on making the trip...
                        Jigywigy, I hope you and your son can make it for the festival. Should be a good time!


                        Originally posted by de Gallus View Post
                        A couple of us local people went for a ride this afternoon there, had an awesome time!
                        de Gallus, I wish I could have joined you folks on Sunday. Catch you this weekend!
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                        • #13
                          Camping reservations made!

                          I couldn't get into the tent sites as they have already been reserved by other MUNI folks. That's ok, we may be sleeping early compared to the other MUNI riders. They did put us close.

                          Looking forward to it. Taking the smooth tire off tonight and switching to the knobby.
                          Last edited by Jigywigy; 2014-06-10, 09:14 PM.

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                          • #14
                            It's this weekend! Can't hardly wait!

                            Hope to see you there.
                            Regards,
                            Ken

                            Unicycles are flying machines!

                            24", 28", 32", and 36" KH frame based mutts.
                            26" inexpensive travel.

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                            • #15
                              "Hello Folks- Due to the extremely likely occurrence of rain for Friday night's kickoff to the muni fest, we are postponing the opening till Saturday am at 9:00 am. The festival site is going to be across county route 5 on the Fog Hill road parking lot, about 30 seconds from the other parking lot. See you all on Saturday! Jason"

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