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Old 06-07-2014, 11:08 AM
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Does anyone know any channel/frequency specifics for this year's ride? I would expect some DTRS MAC and CSP channels. Any other suggestions?
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Old 06-08-2014, 11:50 AM
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Yes on the MAC channels; currently listening to Idaho Springs traffic containing bicycles on MAC19.

I have a bank of only mutual aid that I switch to for all MED channels, FERN, CLEER, Flight for Life. Comes in handy for special events. Then the participants and spectators are hit with speed traps by the local jurisdiction.
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Does anyone know any channel/frequency specifics for this year's ride? I would expect some DTRS MAC and CSP channels. Any other suggestions?
MAC-19 indeed has been active all morning including CSP-3 154.905 for the CSP units.

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Yeah Jim, most of the coordination has been on MAC-19 all day. Anyone monitoring or involved knows that weather conditions including hail made a mess of the event today. Monitoring from here in Winter Park has included plenty of local PD, EMS and SAR traffic as well, and getting riders and bikes transported from Empire and from the top of Berthoud Pass will be continuing for a while this evening.
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Yeah Jim, most of the coordination has been on MAC-19 all day. Anyone monitoring or involved knows that weather conditions including hail made a mess of the event today. Monitoring from here in Winter Park has included plenty of local PD, EMS and SAR traffic as well, and getting riders and bikes transported from Empire and from the top of Berthoud Pass will be continuing for a while this evening.
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