Who is Going to the FLWBC Annual Conference in Phoenix?

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Who is Going to the FLWBC Annual Conference in Phoenix?

Post by pharding »

This promises to be an exceptional conference. Who from Wright Chat will be there besides me?
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Post by dtc »

My wife Dianne and I will be in attendance.
We look forward to the lectures, the tours of the architecture and of course
all the camaraderie.
See you there Paul.

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Post by Mark Hertzberg »

Cindy and Mark Hertzberg will be there. I wish I could bring the new road bike Paul!
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Mark, what road bike did you get?
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Post by Mark Hertzberg »

I replaced a Trek 2100 which I had hit 30,000 miles on in this, its 10th season, with a Domane 4.5...carbon frame (what a sweet ride!) with Ultegra shifters. This IS on topic for Wright Chat (I think) because the 2100 was red (and white) and the Domane has nice red accents on the matte black. They are arguably Cherokee red.
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The Trek Domane sounds awesome. This year I bought a Colnago Prestige cyclocross bike with disk brakes and Campy electronic shifting. It is wonderful for crushed limestone trails.
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Post by Mark Hertzberg »

Glad to read that you are riding again. I didn't make it to the electronic shifting on the Domane.
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Post by SREcklund »

I'll be there, and I'm jealous of Mark's bike ... :-)

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Christine and I will be there.

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Post by Roderick Grant »

I would like to have a bike ... but that's suicidal in Los Angeles.

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Post by Paul Ringstrom »

My wife and I will be there, as well as Mark Obermann.

Also coming from Mason City will be Chip & Kathy Kinsey.
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Post by John »

I will be there.
I have heard that not only is it sold out but that some former Apprentices and one former FLWBC President are unable to get in.

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I'm in!

Post by ZacharyMatthews »

See you all in a few short weeks.
Please say hello if you get the chance, Robert Volz and I supply the wines and service during the conference and always enjoy meeting those who share our same passions.

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Post by PrairieMod »

I'll be there and, like past years, I'll be doing daily wrap-ups of the events for anyone not able to make it!

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Post by Rood »

Attendees should know that high temperatures during the week will be in the high 80's and the low 90's, so bring summer clothes. It can get down to 70 overnight ... but afternoons should be plenty warm. At the moment we have having near record temperatures ... that is, close to 95.

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