okay so now there's a flaw in my train plan...
the velodrome's rail is not made of barbed wire, but it is in a really bad part of town. We have a running game of count the "zombie" (zombie is a nickname for the local meth addicts). We have had a number of break ins, with the most recent one resulting in a fire.
Hermes: that bike actually isn't mine, it's just a rental bike that i have since taken as my own (actually the president of the board gave it to me when i started my project with the track. I don't know if i have to give it back just yet )
Is that the track that went up recently in Cleveland?
I asked because the apron looks like hell. It's barely a year old.
Anyway, we moved in together when she got into Stanford Law. It turns out we both really liked our long-distance relationship. All the security of thinking you were in a relationship, none of the managing the day-to-day. Occasional hot, hungry, sex. Thems were the days.
Anyway, in CA we lasted about 6 weeks, I moved out a month later and here I am still! Maybe JKS _should_ pursue it!
"if you ride it the way it's meant to be ridden there's no way any wife is less of a ***** than a bicycle." - gstein
Photo credit to Andy O
Texas Time Trial Championships Cat 3 - Barely reached my goal of top 10. There were some really fast times this year and I was happy with that. photo cred to my wife.
Team TT Cat 3, 40K - Took first with a time of 51:56 (one of the fastest times of the day), we had some real fast guys on the team. photo cred my wife
I raced against you a couple of times this year (Fayetteville and Charter Reserve).
Great lookin' position. And a fast time! Imagine how fast that TTT would've been if rider #3 in that picture was actually aero!
my father-in-law was taking pics
Great suffering pic fudgy.
thanks. if there is one cycling skill I will give myself credit for, it's trying really really hard. I'm a little bummed to see these pics and know in my head I still need to be 8-10lbs lighter to compete at the hillclimbs in p12.
but then I see a pic like this from the 10-min break between races and remember that the difference between winning and losing is pretty negligible in the overall scheme of things.
credit: father-in-law again.
end of the purgatory road race. probably one o the hardest days on the bike every year. great race. photo by mike mccabe.
Originally Posted by the collective bf.net consciousness
The winning sprint from the Red Kite crit yesterday.
Dude (an ex-teammate of mine) was coming up on my left, lucky for me the curb came right, I was coming left, door closed.. No, you may not enter here!!
Photo credit to one of his relatives.
that was my mom. there is a 90% chance she thought I was winning.