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Well folks, guess we have some ‘splainin’ to do…

Fact is that the Squirrels and Merle are not in a position to execute DSG this year.  We’re dissappointed to find ourselves in this position, but circumstances as they sit today won’t allow us to put on the type of race that we have prided ourselves in hosting for the past four years.  Life circumstances simply won this round.

We are not happy to have to announce this and are regretful for the timing here, but we have decided to put the event on pause for 2011.  Please take that as it is written.  Pause means pause:

v. paused, paus·ing, paus·es

v.intr.

1. To cease or suspend an action temporarily.


We fully expect to get the band back together for a fantastic return in 2012. We’ll work hard to communicate with the folks that have made this such a fantastic event in year’s past.  The Squirrels want to thank everyone for your patience here and we’ll be returning any already paid registrations in the next week.

Thanks for your support, and please pardon the interruption.

Respectfully,
The Squirrels…Clay, Grant, Mark, Jeff, Doug, and Merle


Jim Gray of Dickson, TN is taking home his dream Ti ride from MOOTS.
His donation to SORBA earned him a Limited Edition Moots Mooto-X YBB frame.
Happy Trails Jim!

Moots Partners with Dirt Sweat & Gears for a Second Year to Support IMBA/SORBA

March 24, 2010

Moots Partners with Dirt Sweat & Gears to Support IMBA/SORBA

Proceeds from titanium frame grand prize drawing to benefit Southeast area trails

Steamboat Springs, CO (March 8, 2010) – Moots has teamed up with Dirt, Sweat & Gears as the title sponsor to assist with IMBA/SORBA’s continuing efforts to provide trail accessibility for the Southeast mountain biking community.  In addition to event support, Moots will donate one of its signature handcrafted titanium mountain bike frames for the Dirt, Sweat & Gears grand prize drawing.  2010 marks the second year of Moots’ two-year sponsorship commitment to Dirt, Sweat & Gears and IMBA/SORBA.

Each $10 donation to IMBA/SORBA is an opportunity to take home a handcrafted Moots titanium mountain bike frame.  Tickets can be purchased on the Moots and Dirt, Sweat & Gears websites, and through online race registration at BikeReg.com.  One lucky recipient will be announced at the Dirt, Sweat & Gears awards ceremony on Saturday, May 15.

“Moots is psyched to team up with Dirt Sweat & Gears to promote trail advocacy”, said Rob Mitchell, president of Moots Cycles.  “As one of the Southeast’s most friendly and festive mountain bike events, DSG brings hundreds of bike enthusiasts together.  It’s an ideal opportunity to further awareness about the importance of trail preservation and development.”

The fourth annual Dirt, Sweat, & Gears (DSG) endurance mountain bike race festival is scheduled for May 14 and 15, 2010 in Fayetteville, TN.  The 12-hour DSG race event on Saturday May 15, is one of five on USA Cycling’s Mountain Bike National Ultra-Endurance Calendar.

Dirt, Sweat & Gears is one of the Southeast’s fastest-growing mountain bike events.  In 2009, DSG raised over $3,500 for IMBA and SORBA for trails, hosting more than 400 competitors from 31 states and Canada including 2009 24 Hour Solo World Champion Rebecca Rush and 2009 24 Hour National Champion Josh Tostado.

Moots will be part of the DSG festivities offering mountain bike demos of their handcrafted frames Friday and Saturday.  Several Moots “factory” athletes from the company’s Steamboat Springs, Colorado headquarters are scheduled to compete along with members of the Southeast GrassMoots team.

“DSG is a full weekend of fat tire fun with a decidedly grassroots feel.  Think Bonaroo on bikes.” said Clay Higgins, DSG promoter. “To mix it up this year, we’re running the course “bass ackwards, that’s backwards if you’re not from these parts.  As always, we encourage everyone to come for the race and stay for the weekend!”

Also known as “The Mountain Bike Shindig”, Dirt, Sweat & Gears is a weekend of activities for competitors, support crew, family, friends and fans.  Festivities kick off on Friday, May 14 with a bike-lovers film and the not-to-be-missed 20” wheel nighttime time trial on the infield of the DSG racecourse.

Following Saturday morning’s Kiwanis Club’s Sunrise Breakfast, the 12-hour endurance race (aka the “Main Event”) begins promptly at 9:00 am with a LeMans start.  Racers will battle one another and the clock for the next 12 hours over the 10+-mile fast, yet challenging course, gaining 1,500 ft. of elevation per lap.

Pro Men, Women and Single Speed Open classes will complete for an $7,000 cash purse with equal payouts to both Men and Women for the top three finishes.  Amateurs will pedal for more than $15,000 in prizes.

Festivities continue throughout race day with live music, a vendor village, random prize drawings and a kid’s race.  A bonfire, BBQ and awards ceremony will immediately follow completion of the race.  Camping and RV spots are available with port-o-lets, running water, trash collection and recycling.

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How ’bout some Awesome with your DSG?

January 23, 2010

Yep, We thought you’d say that.  Well, let us explain.

Rich from Back Country Research is bringing a little bit of hand crafted Awesome from the Pacific Northwest to DSG.  We’ll have a very generous supply of the one and only Awesome Straps to give away as prizes to both podium finishers as well as lucky participants.  In case you have not seen these things, check them out and find out just how awesome they are.  A must have accessory that just plain works!  If that’s not enough to wet your whistle, Back Country Research will also be sponsoring one of our Fast Lap Categories on race day!

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DSG Competition Gets Deep for 2009 Shindig

March 28, 2009

Jeremiah Bishop to test his 12 Hour endurance skills
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Dirt, Sweat and Gears race promoters announced today that Jeremiah Bishop will make the journey from the West Virginia Hills on May 9th to test the mettle of the heavy hitters of the endurance world. “The competition is going to be great and since I have never done a 12 hour race it puts me into uncharted territory so it going to be an adventure,” said Bishop. Returning 2008 DSG champion and teammate Tinker Juarez promises to give Bishop a solid run for the money. And with the likes of Josh Tostado, Harlan Price and Brandon Draugelis the men’s solo race will be a battle royale.

An event high record $11,000 pro purse with $1500 going to first place in the men’s, women’s and SS Open categories will be up for grabs. The now legendary Schwag-O-Rama will be in full swing for the third year with $15,000 worth of complete bikes, frames, wheel sets and bike gear to be given away just for entering. Title Sponsor Moots Cycles of Steamboat has generously donated a handmade Ti frame that will go to one lucky soul on the night of May 9th. Each $10 donation to SORBA will be an opportunity to Take Home a Moots. The donations will in turn help SORBA with their mission in promoting land access, trail preservation and new trail development. It’s a win-win.

Come for the race and stay for the weekend. Friday the 8th will kick-off with the Trek/Gary Fisher demo truck on site from 10-4 on Friday, an autograph Q&A in the afternoon with the likes of Rebecca Rusch and Jeremiah Bishop as well as a Friday night 20” wheel TT – one bike, one lap on the infield. “I am stoked to check out Dirt Sweat and Gears because it’s an event that’s built up a great reputation as not only a great race but one with a festival atmosphere,” said Bishop. “Having a good time is what this sports all about right?”

Jeremiah Bishop (Monavie/Cannondale)- In addition to representing Monavie/Cannondale, Jeremiah is a twelve-time member of the USA Cycling National Team, which represents the USA at international competitions including Continental and World Championships, and the Pan American Games. As reigning USA National Marathon Mountain Bike Champion, Jeremiah excels in long-distance racing. He has won numerous endurance and “ultra” events including the Firecracker 50, the American Mountain Classic stage race, the Fools Gold 100, the Wilderness 101, and the Offroad Assualt on Mt Mitchell. He is a multi-time winner of the Shenandoah Mountain 100, a National Ultra Endurance Series classic, which takes place near his hometown of Harrisonburg, Virginia. http://www.jeremiahbishop.com.

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SPRING IS IN THE AIR!

March 14, 2009

Spring is in the air...

Spring is in the air...

This year we’ve collaborated with Linus and the gang at Yazoo to bring you a one of a kind tulip pint glass form Nashville’s finest. Make sure to stop by the Tap Room when your in Nashville. If you live in the Nashville, Knoxville, Memphis, Birmingham or Huntsville areas make sure to pick up a 6er of your favorite to take home. Otherwise come sample a pint at DSG and see what the hub-bub is all about.

Jeanie and the staff at Vanderbilt Sports Medicine will once again be offering their expertise should anyone need their care at DSG. They’re fully staffed, locked, loaded and ready to attend to any of your medical needs at The Cotton Mill. Let’s hope for the best.

Bryan Bloebaum of Blue Tree Images will be the man behind the lens to capture the weekend’s images in all their glory. He’s got a few tricks up his sleeve. Just wait till you see what Bryan has to offer. The Revolutions Will Not Be Televised.

If you’ve signed your on the list. If you don’t have your spot, wait are you waiting for slacker?

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The Revolutions Will Be With Your Feet!

March 9, 2009

Swiftwick Signs On For Two More Years of Revolutions

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Fayetteville, Tennessee – March 04, 2009 – Dirt, Sweat and Gears race promoters announced today that Swiftwick International returns as co-title sponsor of this year’s 12 hour race. Swiftwick was a title sponsor of DSG for the first time in 2008 and their decision to sign a two year deal shows their continuing support for the cycling community. They’ll be offering a pair of their USA made, best in class merino socks to each participant, as well as introducing a few surprises on race weekend.  “DSG is the perfect place for us to introduce our new line of performance products for the season,” said Swiftwick CEO, Mark Cleveland.  “We are proud to partner with one of the marquee events on the racing calendar and support trail development in our own backyard.”

Not only is there a record high $11,000 pro purse with $1500 going to first place in each category, new partner Moots Cycles has also generously donated a handmade Ti frame that will go to one lucky soul on the night of May 9th. Each ten dollar donation to SORBA will be an opportunity to Take Home a Moots. The donations will in turn help SORBA with their mission in promoting land access, trail preservation and new trail development. SORBA Executive Director, Tom Sauret, says that “trail advocacy is hard work; it takes meetings, letters, negotiations and fundraising to get great trail single track built and the vast majority of mountain bike trail in the southeast exists because of the dedication of IMBA-SORBA volunteers.”

“This year is setting up to be a big one for both the DSG weekend and our trails. With Moots kicking in big-time, and top brands like Swiftwick and Ergon involved, we expect to have an incredibly memorable weekend, while we raise some serious money to support SORBA/IMBA,” said Grant Castle Co-Director of the big shindig. In an ongoing show of support, Ergon will again be offering a pair of Ergo GP1 grips to “Early Bird” SORBA/IMBA members who sign up for DSG. And if that’s not enough, all members will have a chance to win an Ergo BD2 pack at the race.

Dirt, Sweat and Gears – Dirt Sweat & Gears is a USAC Ultra Endurance Series 12 hr. Mountain Bike Race and Festival that takes place on the weekend of May 9th 2009 and has a family friendly atmosphere.  Last year DSG hosted racers from 35 states competing for a $10,000  purse and walking away with over $15,000 of schwag including complete bikes, frames, and most importantly, great memories. For more information visit: www.dirtsweatandgears.com

Swiftwick International, LLC – Headquartered in Brentwood Tennessee, Swiftwick designs and manufactures long lasting performance wear in the state of Tennessee, great products sought after by sporting teams and individual competitors looking for an edge.  Specializing in moisture wicking, compression socks and also arm warmers, the company makes a Performance Line and also Custom Products with team logos and colors, selected by coaches and endurance athletes involved in cycling, running, hockey, golf, lacrosse, wrestling, volleyball, basketball and other popular sports.  For more information visit www.swiftwick.com

IMBA/SORBA – The Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA), IMBA’s regional presence, is the largest nonprofit mountain biking organization in the Southeast.  SORBA members work with land managers in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee to create trails and trail systems for mountain bikers and other users to enjoy.  Through advocacy, education, and recreational opportunities, SORBA carries out its mission to promote land access, trail preservation, and new trail development in order to enhance mountain bike touring, racing, fun, and fellowship for all mountain bicyclists in the southeastern United States. For more information visit: www.sorba.org

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Moots Cycles Announces Two Year Partnership with Dirt Sweat & Gears

March 1, 2009

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Steamboat Springs, CO (January 15, 2009) – Moots Cycles and Dirt, Sweat & Gears announced today Moots’ two year commitment to sponsor the 2009 and 2010 Dirt, Sweat & Gears 12-hour endurance mountain bike race festival in Fayetteville, TN. Moots crew members will travel the 1,402 miles from their high altitude home in Steamboat Springs, CO to oxygen-rich Fayetteville, TN to partake both as partners and racers in one of the Southeast’s fastest-growing mountain bike events.

Scheduled for May 9, 2009, the third annual Dirt Sweat & Gears (DSG) race is on USA Cycling’s Mountain Bike National Ultra-Endurance Calendar. Last year’s DSG event drew 300 competitors from 31 states and Canada, including pros Nat Ross, Tinker Juarez, Josh Tostado, Rebecca Rusch and Pua Sawicki.

“Moots is psyched to team up with Dirt Sweat & Gears”, said Rob Mitchell, president of Moots Cycles. “Clay and Grant have created a competitive race environment while maintaining a grassroots flavor that allows all participants to be festive in a close, fun and tight-knit atmosphere. It’s an event we feel mirrors a lot of what Moots is about.”

Also known as “The Mountain Bike Shindig”, Dirt, Sweat & Gears is a weekend of activities for competitors, support crew, family, friends and fans. Festivities kick off on Friday, May 8 with a bike-lovers film and the not-to-be-missed 20” wheel nighttime time trial on the infield of the DSG racecourse.

Following Saturday morning’s Kiwanis Club’s Sunrise Breakfast, the 12-hour endurance race (aka the “Main Event”) begins promptly at 9:00 am with a LeMans start. Racers will battle one another and the clock for the next 12 hours over the 10+-mile fast, yet challenging course, gaining 1,500 ft. of elevation per lap.

Pro Men, Women and Single Speed Open classes will complete for an event-high $11,000 cash purse with equal payouts to both Men and Women of $1500, $1000 and $500 for first, second and third place finishes. Amateurs will pedal for more than $15,000 in prizes. Additionally, Moots has donated a mountain bike frame for the DSG raffle grand prize. Each $10.00 donation equals an opportunity to win the Moots frame with proceeds benefiting SORBA to help in their continuing efforts to provide trail accessibility for the Southeast mountain biking community.

“Moots’ pledge allows us to enhance the overall event for 2009 and 2010”, said Clay Higgins, DSG event promoter. “We’re excited to have a company with a rich cycling heritage onboard. We look forward to Moots bringing their one-of-a-kind titanium bikes and Rocky Mountain spirit to Fayetteville. I encourage everyone to come for the race and stay for the weekend!”

Festivities continue throughout race day with live music, a vendor village, random prize drawings and a kid’s race. A bonfire, BBQ and awards ceremony will immediately follow completion of the race. Camping and RV spots are available with port-o-lets, running water, trash collection and recycling.

Dirt, Sweat & Gears is a 12-hour endurance race and weekend festival in Fayetteville, TN. Now in its third year, the 2009 event is scheduled for May 9. DSG hosts 300+ racers from 31+ states. Pro riders compete for an $11,000 cash purse while amateur racers walk away with over $15,000 in prizes including frames and complete bikes.

Moots Cycles, based in Steamboat Springs, CO has been a respected leader in the cycling community for over 28 years. The company is known for hand building the finest quality titanium road, mountain, cross and commuter bikes, select parts and components from its facility in the Rocky Mountains. Moots bikes are enjoyed by cycling enthusiasts worldwide for their unsurpassed ride quality, attention to details and superior craftsmanship. Moots frames and parts are available from high-end specialty bike dealers throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. For more information on Moots, visit: www.moots.com.

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Dirt Sweat & Gears Teams Up with Pro Racers to Fight Cancer

January 3, 2008

Dirt Sweat & Gears Teams Up with Pro Racers to Fight Cancer
Race makes USAC Ultra-Endurance Calendar for Second Year

Fayetteville, Tennessee – January 2, 2008 - The Dirt, Sweat and Gears 12 hr. Race, recently selected for it’s second year on the USA Cycling Ultra-Endurance Calendar, is set to support several important causes. In addition to supporting trail advocacy for SORBA/IMBA, The American Cancer Society will also benefit from rider’s efforts with a contribution from event proceeds. DSG is also continuing the standard they set last year by offering male and female racers EQUAL prize money totaling more than $10,000 and delivering an unequaled race on an unbelievable private course.

“This year the American Cancer Society will benefit from your DSG race participation,” said Mark Cleveland, a partner in DSG. “It’s all about life and how you live it, but it’s also about how we come together to support people in need. The battle against this disease hits close to home for many of us.” In the days before the inaugural DSG race in 2007, Mark’s wife Sheila was diagnosed with breast cancer. She recently completed her last round of chemotherapy treatment. “My partners at DSG recognize the great work done by The American Cancer Society and we support their effort to Celebrate, Remember, and Fight Back.” http://www.acscan.org/

In a show of support for the fight against cancer, professional racers Rebecca Rusch (Specialized Bicycles), Namrita O’dea (Vassago Bicycles), Carey Lowery (Outdoor Store), Danielle Musto (Titus/Maxxis), Erica Tieszen (Giant), Rebecca Tomaszewski (Wake-N-Bake), and reigning DSG champion Monique “Pua” Sawicki (Ellsworth Bicycles) are all signed on to support this important cause. “We can’t wait to go back, and if you’re looking for an incredible race to take part in, look no further, this would be the one” says Monique “Pua” Sawicki, “So if we can support a race like DSG that has done so much to support us, and we support cancer research at the same time, everybody wins.”

DSG also connected with female professional racers last year when it committed to pay women the same as men for every podium performance! In support of the efforts of professional cyclist Georgia Gould (Luna), Race Director Clay Higgins says, “We think it is critical that both male and female elite athletes are compensated equally, and if we can continue to do just that at our event, we see no reason that this should not become the norm in cycling.” Higgins was excited about the DSG once again being selected for the USAC Ultra Endurance Calendar again, and plans to take the race up another notch this year. “Registration is way up this year and competition in the ladies and men’s fields is getting deeper as first time registrants join the returning professionals for a weekend of racing and bike festival fun.”

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SSUSA TO ADD “SINGLE” FOCUS TO DIRT, SWEAT & GEARS 2008 SHINDIG

September 5, 2007

A Race before the Race and a Race within a Race set to travel the US

September 5th, Fayetteville, Tennessee
– Organizers of Dirt Sweat & Gears today announced plans for the advent of SSUSA – a cross country and quite possibly a cross-dressing event for the single speed freaks of the world. The festivities will coincide with the Dirt Sweat & Gears shindig set for the first weekend in May of 2008. “On the heels of last year’s success with DSG and a little prodding from Dejay and Fuzzy we’ve decided to spice things up a bit for the single speeders,” said Race Director Clay Higgins. Reigning single speed champion Fuzzy John Mylne of this year’s race added, “If you only do one race this year, do this one!”

SSUSA will begin on Friday May 2, 2008, a day before the DSG 12 hour, with a race on the grueling and technical Cotton Mill Preserve trail where riders will throw down to see who takes home the belt. According to single speed 24 hour world champion Dejay Birtch, “It’ll be like the Stanley Cup of the single speed world.” Higgins adds, “This year Fayetteville, next year who knows,” as organizers plan to share the single speed love by passing the event around the U.S. to other promoters.

With racers coming from 31 states for last year’s DSG, entries are likely to fill up fast for both SSUSA and the second coming of DSG. For those planning to “do the double”, both SSUSA and DSG, promoters have come up with a “costume encouraged” single speed team event for Saturday’s 12 hour fun. As an added bonus the Yazoo Beer Team – teamremax-yazoo.com will be on hand to do their things as ‘Ambassadors of all things single speed and beer’.” Just one more reason to pack up the van, show up a day early and get ready for the weekend of fat tire love.

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