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Photos

The Mountain Bike Hall of Fame > Mtn Bike Hall of Fame Gallery-Wende Cragg Pictures
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At the Azalea Hill drop off point for Repack. Bikes are unloaded from Vince Carlton’s brown Chevrolet pick-up truck. Left to right: Mark Green, standing, Charlie Kelly unloading his Excelsior, Alan Bonds helping Joe Breeze with Breezer #1, unidentified. Side view of truck with lots of bikes. October, 1977.
Arriving at Azalea Hill drop off point aboard Fred Wolf’s 1953 Chevrolet one ton stake side truck. Rear view of truck in parking lot. From here it was only a 300 foot climb to the start. December 1978.
At the Azalea Hill drop off point for Repack. Toby Hardman, Gary Fisher among others in the center foreground, Marc Vendetti in background. Blue Breezer #1 is second from end on truckbed. Fred Wolf’s 1953 Chevrolet one ton stake side truck, rear view. December 1978.
At the Azalea Hill drop off point for Repack. Bikes are unloaded from Fred Wolf’s 1953 Chevrolet one ton flatbed truck. Side view of truck with lots of bikes. Little ZuZu Wolf on running board,that’s his bike behind cab. Mark McCue of Berkeley Trailer’s Union, BTU, unloads bikes. Circa 1977.
From the Azalea Hill drop off point, it was only a 300 foot climb to the start. Left to right: Three plaids, three Breezers: Joe Breeze, Wende Cragg, Fred Wolf, heading away from camera towards Serpentine Hill, and other riders on Pine Mountain Truck Road.
Further up Pine Mtn. Truck Road towards Repack. Left to right, Seven riders and a dog from Fred Wolf up to Roy Rivers, Alan Bonds’ dog Ariel. Actually, riding to the start of the Enduro, which included Repack.
Low Gear sign at the start line of Repack. Hand of Joe Breeze. Circa 1976 or 77.
Top of Repack, discussing start times, socializing and releasing pre race tensions, September or October 1977. Left to right,  Unident., Kent Bostick , on Joe Breeze’s 1937 Excelsior with Breezer #1 fork, and Eric Bredt.
Top of Repack, discussing start times, socializing and releasing pre race tensions. Left to right, Charlie Kelly , with Repack logbook, unidentified blond, Chris McManus, Alan Bonds , foreground, , Joe Breeze, Gordon Burns or Gordon Meyer not sure, Art Black foreground, Gary Fisher, Mark Lindlow , Nov. 77
Gary Fisher lying on fire road at top junction of Repack Road and Pine Mountain Truck Road
Top of Repack, discussing start times, socializing and releasing pre race tensions, Late 1978. More than 20 people in photo.
Top of Repack, discussing start times, socializing and releasing prerace tensions. More than 20 people including Bob Burrowes, with Marin County Klunkers T shirt, Les Degan, Wende Cragg, loading film , January 1979.
Steve Fox and crew from San Francisco’s KPIX Evening Magazine arrive at the top of Repack via Jeep, January 1979
Top of Repack, discussing start times, socializing and releasing pre race tensions, January 1979. About 25 people in photo, from Jerry Heindenreich left to John Drum.
Steve Fox from San Francisco’s KPIX Evening Magazine interviewing Gary Fisher about Repack and the new sport, January 1979
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