I celebrated President's Day by going to the Clinton Library. They were letting everyone in for free.
A nice exhibit of Peter Max's work was opening today, but there was other interesting stuff in "world's largest doublewide" as the museum is sometimes known.
Featured prominently was the yellow jersey that Lance Armstrong wore when winning the '99 Tour De France. They also had his helmet and bike. I'm not sure if he rode the bike in the TdF, but it was interesting to see. A 10 cogs on the back and a double ring on the front must have made for some interesting cross-chain action. It had a Shimano Ultegra grupo and of course a carbon-fiber frame. I didn't catch the other stuff. Pretty bike, and the museum had painted the hook holding the bike to match the detailing on the bike.