Kiener’s Route Longs Peak

Climbed one of the classics last weekend, Kiener’s route on Longs Peak. 14k feet with 2600 feet of vertical exposure.  We left the parking lot at 4:30 A.M. and got back in the dark mostly due to a slow decent to the cable route. It is a beautiful climb, lots of exposure but well protected when protection is needed. (Late June 2013)
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Sette Razzo X7 10 Speed 29er Alloy Mountain Bike

Sette on Mt Evans, 14,130 ft in Spring of 2012

This is my first 29er mountain bike and I have to say I am sold. What everyone says about 29ers is true. It is easier to get over obstacles and you can really pick up speed when you need to. What I was not sure about was the gearing. I ended up with a wide range with a 3×10 but I find myself only using the middle front ring. Perhaps I will switch to a 1×10 just to keep things simple.

The Sette Razzo is an aluminum framed hard tail. I put the bike together in about 30 minutes. The transfer of power with the hard tail is great compared to my old full suspension. The components work as expected. The only thing I noticed is that I have to tighten everything up every 2-3 rides. For example the back wheel loosened up, actually almost popped off as I was hopping rock, the seat loosed up. The bike is quiet except when it starts loosening then it starts to creak.  I ride primarily single track that has obstacles up to a foot high. I am 5.11 and got an 18 inch frame. The frame fits but is on the edge of being too small. Specifically the seat is set as far back as possible.

The only changes I made to the bike are tubeless & better tires, eggbeater pedals and new grips, the ones that are wide and flat.

All in all for $1000 this is great bike to bang around.

http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/23436-018_SETR61-22-Sette-856-Bikes/Sette-Razzo-X7-10-Speed-29er-Alloy-Mountain-Bike.htm

Frame Sette Razzo 29er 7005 Series Aluminum With Butted Tubes
Size(s) 16″, 18″, 20″, 22″
Fork Rock Shox Recon Silver Solo Air TK 100mm
Shifters Sram X.7 Triggers 3×10 Speed
Front Derailleur Sram X.7 Top Swing Top Pull
Rear Derailleur Sram X.7 Long Cage 10 Speed
Shifter Cable/Housing Jagwire
Brake Levers Avid Elixir
Front Brake Avid Elixir 1 160mm G3 rotor
Rear Brake Avid Elixir 1 160mm G3 rotor
Crankset Sram X.7 44-32-22t 175mm
Bottom Bracket Sram GXP
Cassette Sram PG-1030 11-36t 10 Speed
Chain Sram PC-1031 10 Speed
Headset FSA Sealed
Handlebar Sette Edge 20mm Rise 710mm Width
Grips/Tape Sette Type-S Lock On
Stem Sette Edge (16″ 80mm, 18″ & 20″ 90mm, 22″ 100mm)
Saddle Sette Rez
Seatpost Sette Edge 27.2 x 400mm
Wheelset Inferno 23 Rims With Formula DC 32 Hole Sealed Bearings Hubs
Front Tire Kenda Slant Six 29×2.0
Rear Tire Kenda Slant Six 29×2.0
Color(s) White/Black
Warranty 5 Years
Weight 26.5 pounds (Sz. 18″ without pedals)

Did you find a wooden geo coin?

Did you find one of our wooden geo coins?
Please post which coin you found and where you found it, location, state, country etc. and any other comments. Please pass the coins along to a friend or another cache.

MyGeoQuest Wooden Geo Coins

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Here are some of the posts before this blog was moved.

2009.01.17 – Hi I found #0025 and will pass it on, thanks

2009.02.09 – Found a bunch of these coins today in Waltham, MA in the “Paine in the Neck” geocache. Picked up #0008.

2009.05.05 – Picked Up #0009 Red House with lots of grass at “Paine in the Neck” about four more still there ! This coin will visit Mary’s Little Lamb in Sterling Massachusetts

2009.06.25 – Found 0040, 0041, and 0045 in Breckenridge, Colorado. Wasn’t sure what they were so I left them there.

2009.08.06 – Found #0043 inthe Geocaching GC1FM71 cache located at the Breckenridge Visitor Center. I will leave in a future cache that I find!

2009.08.17 – We found in Evergreen, Colorado and will hide somewhere in Wichita, KS

2009.11.27 – Found #0011 in Evergreen, CO.

2009.12.21 – Hello from Wichita, Kansas! It was an absolutely beautiful day in December for Kansas today! Out caching in Pawnee Prairie Park and found this cute little coin #30 in GC1N1DY The Guardsmen: Athos. Will get this moving soon! TY