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Slalom on the Farm 6.0pen

Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:46 am
by William Tway
No Time To Hate Productions Presents...


Permits have been granted!

Details will be posted on the CC ASAP

Strictly a Grassroots event.

Please note that all past farmers are welcome to sign up the first 2 weeks it's listed on the CC. After that, all are welcome. The field is limited to 56.

TK, Tway, Joe I & our newest cohost CNOVA from team CHIxILL

Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 1:34 pm
by Ron Barbagallo
is that UR in the photo? Cool!

I am hereby stoked to take the crock for last!!!

no time to hate

Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 2:48 pm
by William Tway

Regarding the signup for the farm, it will be opened any day now. Adam has a new policy on NCDSA where you can't work on the calendar w/o others being able to sign up unless the closed option is checked. He gives you 30 days to post results (from the day of the event) then your access code is denied. This is why you can now see it on the calendar but are not able to sign up yet.

Joe I will confirm the date and time for the signup.


Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:38 pm
by Joe Iacovelli

Registration will be limited to a field of 56 participants. Legacy Riders*(those who have attended any “The Farm” or Farm Series Race in the past 6 years) will be offered a private NCDSA sign-up period of three weeks beginning June 16, 2006 12 Noon and ending July 7. Entry Fee Payment MUST BE RECEIVED by July 7, 2006 into Farm Headquarters either by Paypal or Mail to secure your slot.

Open Registration (for 1st time participants and Legacy riders who do not sign-up in private period) for the remaining slots will be available on the Contest Calendar 12:00 noon (midnight)Eastern Daylight Time July 7th.

Any entry over 56 will automatically go on the Waiting List and will be offered available slots in order of sign up.

Entry Fees, must be received by 12:00 pm (noon) on July 15th from all participants. Any entry slot not paid for by this time will be offered in order to those riders on the waiting list, unless special provisions are made with the race hosts.

*First timers who sign up prematurely will be removed in the kindest possible fashion.


TK, TWAY, CNOVA, and I are working to make this the best and most fun farm ever. We look forward to seeing you on the hill.

(Thanks to MK and the DHB for providing the outline for sign up proceedure)

Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 5:54 pm
by Ron Barbagallo
"I'm a legacy - they HAVE to let me in!"

Unless you're a real closet Fred ;)

Posted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 9:28 pm
by William Tway
Custom bibs by momma tway are under construction......


Joe and I will go over the sign up sheet and notify all unpaid farmers this weekend. We have a wait list of more than 10.

Please contact us ASAP if you are on the list and are not planning on attending.

Due to the protest and to ensure we fall under the guidelines of a "Main Status Event", (it would be a shame to waste it at this point) we may have to offer sign up to PROS only for the few remaining spots...then whats left will become a first come first serve basis. All dates and times will be posted with plenty of notice.

Good luck to all the NJ Farmers this weekend.


Posted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 10:36 pm
by Wesley Tucker

Can we reserve in advance our numbers?
I want a matching set with last year's bib.

Hey, I'm a fashion whore. I can't help it.

Ask Iacovelli. He knows.

Posted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 10:51 pm
by Adam Daniels
paid for and stoked to go.....i'll have all my boards ready for once!

can't wait to meet all these people, and hopefully ride a vintage turner if i can find someone to let me ride one around the parking lot or something

if we can reserve 04 too hard to ask? :)

EDIT: sweet bibs btw....

Posted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:32 pm
by William Tway
Yo fashion whore...what the hell was your number last year?

Whats my Numba???

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:39 am
by Marty Schaub

I didn't know you had a bib with "DQ" on it last year.........

Love ya WT......

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 3:43 pm
by Wesley Tucker
I won at the Farm last year. What did you do?


Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 4:18 pm
by Mike Cividino
Wesley Tucker wrote:I won at the Farm last year. What did you do?

and by winning you mean you still lost to 32 people. jk.

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 5:07 pm
by Wesley Tucker
This past weekend I saw you lose . . . twice.
You saw me win

What's your point? That you're faster than me?

Gee, maybe someday my mommy and daddy will pay for me to take a whole year off and I can spend 8 hours a days riding a skateboard. Then I'll be faster. As it is, I'll keep working, skating when I can and racing in the class where I'm able. I find a certain satisfaction knowing I won a race without a sandbag wrapped around my ankle.

Anymore, Civ, or do you want to stop now?

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 5:22 pm
by Mike Cividino
Wesley Tucker wrote: Gee, maybe someday my mommy and daddy will pay for me to take a whole year off and I can spend 8 hours a days riding a skateboard. Then I'll be faster. As it is, I'll keep working, skating when I can and racing in the class where I'm able. I find a certain satisfaction knowing I won a race without a sandbag wrapped around my ankle.
take a joke dude.. If you were right then you might have a point, but your not and you dont. And who do you know that spends 8 hrs a day skating? I wish it was me. Sorry to shake your tree WT.

and the sandbagger thing is old news. Didnt care then, dont care now.

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2006 11:05 pm
by Adam Daniels
so to bring this race back into discussion.....

anyone have a vintage turner that i may test ride? i have always wanted to buy one and a test ride would secure it. maybe if i get lucky i can buy a vintage turner (deck)

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2006 11:14 pm
by Joe Iacovelli
WT does, but then you have to talk to him. It's a big trade off.

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2006 11:33 pm
by Chris Barrett
are those custom bibs still going on? Cause I'd like 2 zeros if possible (on one bib :D)


Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2006 1:13 am
by Eddy Martinez
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Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2006 1:03 pm
by Marty Schaub
Hey Eddy,

What did you have to do to get the beads and cash out of Tucker?


Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2006 4:09 pm
by Robert Sydia

I don't want to know what Eddy did - I think it will give me nightmares.

See ya next week


Posted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 12:21 am
by William Tway

Let's get fired up. The Farm is almost ready for dual parties. The tents are set, the kegs are ordered and the caterer is smokin'.


If you're out there...could you please bring that big momma extension cord? Thanks. Also if it will help lighten your load...I have a Pevey Bandit 65 if you need it for Sat. ?

Smack on,

Will TK come out of retirement and race? Will Dave Pirnack (the only COSS member coming) dominate the show? It is time for the Florida boy Keith Hollien shine? Will Civ rain on everyone’s parade or will Claude (the old man from up north) rock the house? AND will WT finally make it down Shady without a DQ? Stay tuned.

The crop looks to be full of upsets and surprises. Could be a lot of first time crockers which stokes me out.

The only crock I'll get are the two my kids got me for my b-day.

See y'all soon.

Stoked and Ready,


Posted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 2:39 pm
by Ron Barbagallo
I'll chuck a couple in the car Tway-san!!

See ya' tomorrow!

Posted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 3:32 pm
by Chris Favero
i gotta say,those Tracker/Ick tshirts are classic,but i'll have to ask the fashion whore whats up with the walmart velcro gym flight is early a.m. tommorow,that means i should leave for the airport now.cfav

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:07 am
by William Tway




Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:43 am
by Nick Chamberlain
I just want to say how much fun I had at the farm, it was definatly the best race ive been too and plan on coming for years to come.

Also I want to thank everyone the helped the race happened this year, there's so many I dont know all of them but than you everyone for a wonderful race

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 1:13 am
by Adam Daniels
nice to see the results

do you also have the times from the racing part of the duals?

just curious

look forward to racing you all again

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 1:35 am
by Anthony Pistono
like said before, it was an awesome weekend to say the least

had so much fun at my first farm, the courses were a blast, and partying and hanging out with everyone was icing on the pie! thanks tway!!!

Split Fires on the Farm

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 6:11 am
by William Tway
A word from our winner....

What an epic weekend! Meeting so many new farmers really rejuvenated my stoke.

Thanks to everyone who came and helped

I'll post the TPD / Vintage results tomorrow.

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 8:17 am
by Eddy Martinez
Congrats of pulling off another great race dudes. My plan was to be there, Joe I had disscussed my arrival and departure, prior to the contest and what vintage board I was going to ride. Then my knee went out. I plan to be there next year. Congrats to DP and my friends from the Great White North. Wish I could have been there. Your Amigo Eddy TEXAS OUTLAWS

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 3:14 pm
by Chris Favero
i have had a day to decompress,all i can say for me,BEST RACE EVER.the hills were great,the hospitality,off the chain.Alissa,thanks again so much for having us at and in your home.The camping scene surreal,it was a full on tent city!joe,tk,tway,cnova,you guys really pulled one about the timing people,full on volunteered 20 hours,no timer glitches,Gilmour in the mike,flat screen monitor to check times,or his hot girlfriend,in the skimpiest of f-1 auto dresses conheading!the weather!how about the dude in the hammock snoring so loud you could hear him anywhere on tways property?
the highlight?standing next to tway,Fatboys Band rockin out,looking at each other with massive grins,all i could say was-RIGHT ON HAMILTON!
thanks so much to all involved for coming soon,cfav

How you say Fotos in spanish?

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 3:26 pm
by Leonardo Ojeda
after a total of 652 pics, i am in the process of editing and choosing the good ones. so far, here are a few. check back often cause they are been uploaded at this moment.


Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 4:33 pm
by Noah Heinle
Awesome weekend! It REALLY hurt to watch, but I had a blast. Thanks for the memories...

My pics are never as good as Leo's, but here's a few....










Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 5:27 pm
by William Tway

Due to the overwhelming number of entries in the 48+ Division, I only posted the top 4.


We need Fly-Wheels next year to take down the good doctor.

Thanks Noah and Leo for the Sick Pics!!!

Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 1:48 am
by Chris Barrett

hey leo, any new photos up? So far all I see is the first day.

I know the novatny's had some sick shots too! LETS SEE EM!

Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 1:54 am
by Leonardo Ojeda
Noah, you deserve the props!, taking pictures with one hand and without framing or focusing at all!.

on a side note. i just wrote to the major camera manufacturers to start building left handed cameras.

more pics to come!


Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 3:56 am
by Tyler Hager
Noah man, thanks for putting up with all of us and throwing one hell of a race.

Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 2:07 pm
by Adam Daniels
great pics everyone!

and thanks again for the weekend Tway, look forward to riding with you again at the Dam

anyone know what helmet Pirnack was wearing?

Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 3:18 pm
by Pierre Gravel
Here are my pics (not too good)


fast Julie!

fast Molly

Marion Carr


Julie, always smiling



fast Danilo!

The Rookie






Keith (blue pen) Hollien


fast Molly

The Champ, David Pirnack

Stylin' Julie







Julie ready for Hybrid


Rockin' Rookie with his Misfits socks

Saturday pics

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:53 am
by Leonardo Ojeda
Saturday Pics are being uploaded at this time. check often.

if anyone would like the full res pic. send me a PM


Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 3:15 pm
by Ron Barbagallo
Wow Leo.......


Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 3:56 pm
by Joe Iacovelli
No pics of te Bartender?

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 7:12 pm
by Leonardo Ojeda
oh yes i have. but are you sure you want to spend the rest of your life in prision?

nick its the new saltboy i guess.

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 7:21 pm
by Joe Iacovelli
post it and let the chips fall where they may

also, I'll need to see the Keith Hollien rodeo pic

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 10:14 pm
by Leonardo Ojeda
more pics to come!, more riders, more angles, more weird stuff.

keep checking the site.

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 10:17 pm
by Chris Gregorowicz
Well I've finally gotten home and now it's time for my "What I learned" post as well as my/our thank you's.

First off a HUGE thanks to Joe & Kate, The Tway Family, Mrs. D, Rob & Lisa and the Fatman himself for offering up their homes to give us a place to crash. We'd be poorer and smell worse without your hospitality.

Another huge thanks to the race organizers for putting on, and pulling this event off without a hitch.

And a special thanks to Dave Pirnack for the coaching and inspiration. Your the man Dave!

Other thanks go out to:

- Nick for tending Bar (Keep pourin' em strong Nicky!)
- Rob Sydia for getting me into this
- Leo for taking pictures
- Nicky for being Nicky
- Sassy for taking pics and cracking us up
- Destiny and Scooter for driving and providing directions to make sure we got back to Canuckistan in one piece
- Finner for being hit by a snowplow ;)
- Anthony and Tyler for the unrelenting dick and fart jokes

My memorable moments and thoughts of the entire weekend/our vacation:

- Daniello + Alcohol = Johnny Hug Monkey. You rule Daniello "FULL BAG DUDE!"
- Marion is the coolest scary looking guy I've ever met
- Joe I does a mean "Folson Prison Blues" cover
- Fatty sings the best Gun's and Roses harmonies and plays the stand-up bass like an animal
- Pirnack could open his own Pottery Barn
- Scooter was in Devo
- CNova is not the guy you want as a wingman if your ever trying to sneak into anywhere with a guy snoring so loud it sounds like he's swallowing his tongue.
- The Farm has the best Mexican food north of the Tijuana Border
- Fatboy doesn't mess around when it comes to Italian Pastries
- Fatboy does also not mess around when it comes to falling in the garbage juice lane of Broadway in NYC
- Skating pool for the first time rocks!!!
- If push comes to shove Jersey folk are willing to sue elevator companies about weight restrictions.
- My girlfriend can bail like a champ and come up smiling
- The Quebec/Kebbek crew are the coolest people ever!
- Absynte goes down like a mix of paint thinner and cheap mouthwash
- Julie loves Pocket Pistols ;)
- Leo for giving me someone to gun for next year
- John Gilmore has an extra frontal lobe in his brain that houses skate and turtle knowledge.
- Given the correct variables if you go for a pee in the bushes at Tways a homosexual hummingbird will appear and try and land on your pecker

Thank you to everyone from Lisa and myself (I'm sure we forgot to thank someone). We've been grinning ear to ear for the past few days and can't wait for next year.

Much Love,


Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 3:55 am
by Leonardo Ojeda
they are up. more pics at the site.

btw. feels nice to beat a canadian. (now for real. the mind game was yours. i saw you getting tips from Dave, and i thought. oh well, theres goes the spot. gald to meet you dude.)

omelette avec fromage au chevre lover

Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 5:03 am
by Chris Gregorowicz
btw. feels nice to beat a canadian.
You deserved it amigo.


Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 3:03 pm
by William Tway
Gonna buy 5 copies for my mother....

Leo you did it...the cover of the Lewisboro Ledger in color no less.
The paper only recently started prining color.
Killer pic of Patrick Switzer flyin' down Shady
and a sick pic of the old man in B/W on page 17. THANKS!!!!




With your permission, I'd like to use the pic of the fire pit for the cover of the DVD...
which is just about done except I'm heading for Ohio today for the next 5 days.
I'll post it up late next week. This one is hard to keep short.
Right now I'm at 17 minutes and still have the vintage and the party to go.

Thanks again to everyone who came.
For me it was one of the best farms to date. The course setting was stellar.
I especially love the reaction of all the first time farmers.
Hell maybe we'll do another 2 dayer....stay tuned.

Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 3:47 pm
by Adam Daniels
the words of this video remind me of the finale video from last year.

we really should run a long fast course at the dam this year

Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2006 3:51 pm
by Joe Iacovelli
anybody get any video of "Folsom Prison Blues"? Tway missed it.