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Repack flyer patch sewn into a cushion. From looking at the edge of image where fabric material transition is present, the cushion was made with the use of Repack flyer image in mind. Photo by Charlie Kelly

From Joe Breeze: 1984 hand-drawn map of the course for the Repack Race down Mount Tamalpais. Initial compilation by Joe Breeze, copyrighted by D.S. Livingston.

A Google Earth image of the Repack course.Photo of what Mt.Tamalpais looks like through Summer.

2007, An image of Repack's route down to the bottom.

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A summary of the Repack course drawn and labeled with every Repack race data by Joe Breeze. Each turn of the Repack course is named by Repack riders. The riders' fondness of the course can be witnessed in certain names they gave to the course. A…

Joe Breeze drew a courteous biking/ walking directions to Repack start and finish. A 1000 feet hill climb is also a part getting to the start line. Riders carrying their 40+ lbs bikes up before each race itself must have already been a workout.

From John Borzini: Photograph of Jerry Riboli at the start line of the fourth Repack Race, November 13, 1976, with others in background.

From John Borzini: Photograph of Wende Cragg at the start line of the fourth Repack Race, November 13, 1976, with others in background. Cragg finished tenth in the race.

From John Borzini: Photograph of Otis Guy and Joe Breeze near the start line of the fourth Repack Race, November 13, 1976.

From John Borzini: Photograph of George Newman at the start line of the fourth Repack Race, November 13, 1976, with other in background. Newman finished second in the race.
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