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Decode V3+ 6A+
Dell's Lemonade V0+ 4+
Firecracker Crimps V5 6C PG13
Heaven (Roadside Direct) V5+ 6C+ PG13
Mad Max V0 4 PG13
Roadside Warmup V1 5
Spectacle V7 7A+ PG13
Topless Carwash V0+ 4+
Tricycle (Roadside Traverse Right) V3 6A PG13
Voyagers V1 5
Type: Boulder, 18 ft
FA: Chris Simpson, April 6, '14. Or possibly twenty years earlier?
Page Views: 676 total, 10/month
Shared By: Christopher J Simpson on Mar 25, 2012
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

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Description

The left departure from the Tricycle/Heaven sit.

Move right Hand up onto the sloping lip, keeping left down on underclings until you get too spread out. Pop up to a shallow dish deep in the break, match, move left on improving edges until you can reach the sharp jug/block at the top of Firecracker Crimps.

Location

Start from the great sit about 12 feet right of Firecracker Crimps (left hand finds a hidden undercling slot and right hand on obvious jug).

Right hand follows the giant sloping shelf, with left hand tracking along juggy underclings, eventually joining the right for the hard finishing moves through to the finish of Firecracker Crimps.

Protection

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JamieRe
Providence, RI
JamieRe   Providence, RI
Hmmmmm I really do want to get back out there for this one... Nov 24, 2015
Has anyone done the direct finish yet?... I'd be down to investigate it over the upcoming holiday weekend or into early December... Nov 19, 2015
JamieRe
Providence, RI
JamieRe   Providence, RI
ITS GONNA BE AWESOME! Sep 11, 2014
MaxMonn
Providence, RI
  V7
MaxMonn   Providence, RI
  V7
Ok, so this thing definitely has a really neat direct top out.

Jamie Re and I scoped it out last weekend and sussed the moves. It definitely goes, but would be pretty scary. It would also be definitely harder than the alternative (going into firecracker crimps).

Basically if you match where Sean is in the photo and go straight up (past the loose looking block) there is a left facing sidepull. you can hit it by hiking a high left foot and then lay back hard and come out directly up into the face. holds get a little sparse for the next few feet and then it looks like jugs (if cleaned) Aug 15, 2014
Sean Gilman
  V7 PG13
Sean Gilman  
  V7 PG13
such an awesome boulder problem. nice job Chris! Jul 21, 2014
MaxMonn
Providence, RI
  V7
MaxMonn   Providence, RI
  V7
I think Chris has videos of him and I doing it? C'mon Chris get with the program ;) Jun 7, 2014
RhodeIslandJeff
Westerly, RI
RhodeIslandJeff   Westerly, RI
Someone should post a picture or Video of this one. A piece de resistance for sure. Very difficult (way above my abilities) and aesthetic. May 31, 2014
It's a really fun climb, requires a bit of balance for the crux move, and should be quite popular... if anyone ever comes back here and climbs it. Apr 9, 2014
Awesome! Can't wait to hear what he has to say.

It seems quite hard to us. Perhaps we're using terrible beta, or perhaps it's just a difficult rock climb! Mar 26, 2012
M Sprague
New England
M Sprague   New England  
This was done bitd, I'm pretty sure by Ed Sewall or Andrew Sornborger, but somebody needs to check with them. I have an email out to Whitey to see if he remembers any history from here for us. Mar 26, 2012