Friday, December 28, 2007

WKO & Power...

Have I mentioned how much I suck?

I've got a $3500 SRM, Cycling Peaks software, fancy PJ's to ride in, a good line of shit, and in till today I thought I had it licked.... Not so. I've had a problem w/ my Cycling Peaks WKO software for a little bit now, and to be fair nothing was wrong, just some settings needed to be fixed. Who fixed it you ask? Well the man himself - Hunter Allen (pretty much the guy who started this whole thing). A very clever experience. If you haven't used you should check it out. Hunter was able to take over my computer and not only fix the problem, but bust me on not knowing enough to power a 100w light bulb - well maybe not that bad, but I did find out how much I suck.
If you want to learn more about your WKO workings, check out the help videos here:

Monday, December 24, 2007

SC Best Of - People Review posted in Dec 2007

Riding down here is very inspiring - I've met a group calling themselves "Try Athletes" and I guess that's what we're all chasing - trying to be athletes - but these guys got it dicked! As none of them seem to be athletes, they seem to be really try-ing hard - and good for them! They are snappy dressers and none of them seem to have an ounce of self confidence.

As time has past, they have developed a plethora of items to assist this.
Product tests for this entry surround how they choose to cut thru the thick ocean air - cleverly - I might add.

First off - the bars - who know where they get these things? But man are they trick! As you'll see, these guys have all kinds of tricks.

As a road rider, I take my lead from the likes of the Pro field. I thought these guys were the best in the world with the best and fastest gear- I am wrong! However, the bars these Try folks use confuse me... Why don't the pro guys add the garbage shoot to their bars? For years watching the pro peloton throw all that trash on the side of the road has really bugged me - the Try folks have solved that problem - 2 points for their concern for the environment! I like how they throw caution to the "literal" wind!

Next is the clever way to ID one's self - With a Try-Sharpie (available thu $39.95) you simply write your number right on your arm - and then you can remain identifiable for days after the event!! Super Clever!

Next up is how they have a special place for their stuff - no, not like the first picture here - but things like their keys, their gu's and their charm bracelets - clever again - once I rode up beside a girl who had what they call a "Bento Box" and said "Hey, whats in your box?" which was met with a bit of a harsh look? I know I was on a road bike.....

I don't know what the fuck this is? Looks like it would burn....
(click to enlarge)

Marketing is a big thing with them - and from what I can see it works! That's a frickin hot that baby Elephant!!!

But in the end their bikes are so light they can carry them home.

Learning lots - wish you were here!
Soon to come, butt watter and little wheels-

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Many the odd Elf....

Hottalk throws down some Xmas moves.....

Southern product reviews....

So I'm now in So Cal (bro) training and Xmas-ing...
While I'm here I'll try to bring you some of the sights n sounds of the "Socal Vibe" in hopes of my efforts building a stronger cool for all of you on n off the bike!
Word! - I just picked that up..... cool.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Spectacular cycling crash in Melbourne race...

From Fat Tony-

There was a spectacular crash at a cycling race in Melbourne last night.
Most of the pack in the under-18's 2,000 metre dash crashed, when one rider fell, wiping out the rest.
Just 150 metres from the finish line, 17 year old Jamie Crass cart-wheeled out of control across the fence lining the track.
He flew nearly ten metres, causing a domino effect in which 13 other riders fell.
The remaining four cyclists sailed on through to the finish. Miraculously, Crass escaped serious injury.
Twelve of the other riders suffered cuts and bruises, but all of them managed to walk away from the crash.
The accident happened in front of a capacity crowd of 5,000 at Melbourne's Vodaphone Arena during the Melbourne Cup on Wheels event.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Merry Xmas to all of you!

Remember those dayz before YOU found the bike......

Santa gets a little.........

Just in from Fat Tony's new wife:

Santa Claus says that a woman who sat on his lap was naughty, not nice. A Santa at the Danbury Fair mall said the woman groped him. "The security officer at the mall said Santa Claus has been sexuallyassaulted," police Detective Lt. Thomas Michael said of the weekendcomplaint. Sandrama Lamy, 33, of Danbury, was charged with sexual assault and breachof peace. She was released on a promise to appear in court on Jan. 3. Police quickly found and identified Lamy because the woman was describedas being on crutches, said Capt. Bob Myles. A call seeking comment from Lamy was answered by a recording Tuesdaymorning. A woman later called back and said: "It's a false report and Idon't have any idea." Police did not give the name of the disconcerted Santa, but they said heis 65 and felt badly because children were waiting to see him. "He wasapparently shocked and embarrassed by the whole incident," Myles said. A man who teaches hundreds of prospective Santas a year — "SantaTim" Connaghan, president of — said he's never heardof a similar incident, though it's not unusual for adults to want to posewith Santa. "I've had some very nice ladies sit on my lap," said Connaghan, who didnot train the Danbury Fair Santa. "Once in a while they'll say 'I hopeMrs. Claus isn't going to be upset.' You have to be discreet and kind andsay 'Oh no, she'll be OK. You can sit here, but only for one photo.'" A spokeswoman for Cherry Hill Photo, the company that coordinates Santasfor Danbury Fair, declined to comment Tuesday

Time to loose weight....

So here's some food for thought. What really
does it take to keep you going and are you eating yourself to American Death? So sip that $4.00 Latte and take a look at how "good?" you have it-

The people in these pictures are standing amongst the food they eat in one weeks time.

Germany: The Melander family of BargteheideFood expenditure for one week: 375.39 Euros or $500.07

United States: The Revis family of North Carolina (Sure hope most Americanfamilies eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and less junk food than this family.)Food expenditure for one week $341.98

Mexico: The Casales family of Cuernavaca
Food expenditure for one week: 1,862.78 Mexican Pesos or $189.09

Poland: The Sobczynscy family of Konstancin-Jeziorna
Food expenditure for one week: 582.48 Zlotys or $151.27 - the blond is kinda hot

Italy: The Manzo family of Sicily
Food expenditure for one week: 214.36 Euros or $260.11

Ecuador: The Ayme family of TingoFood expenditure for one week: $31.55

Chad: The Aboubakar family of Breidjing Camp Food expenditure for one week: 685 CFA
Francs or $1.23

Monday, December 17, 2007

Cal Trans is on our side......

This sent in from KT-

Good to know your tax dollars are hard at work!!! or, um, hardly working?

Thursday, December 13, 2007

The real problem is those damn cyclists...

"Everyone involved in baseball shares responsibility," Mitchell said during a news conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. "Commissioners, club officials, the Players Association and players. I can't be any clearer than that."
In all, 89 players were named in the report, including free agent Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte of the New York Yankees, Miguel Tejada of the Houston Astros, Eric Gagne of the Milwaukee Brewers and Paul Lo Duca of the Washington Nationals, as well as a list of players like Barry Bonds who have already been publicly associated with steroid use.

Oh no - not the apple pie?
89 new racers added to the Pro peloton - a source close to ServiceCourse states "They will fit right in - they are professional athletes that can hold 600 watts for 40 yards at a time! while chewing tobacco"

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Ba Humbug, or Star Trek Madone...

Tuesday 11th December 2007 -
Submitted by: Hottalk - hold on, don't let that keep ya from reading...

It was only a matter of time before Trek was announced as Astana's bicycle suppliers for the 2008 season. Johan Bruyneel has made the trouble-strewn Kazakh-backed squad into a clone of the now defunct Discovery Channel team – and now they're riding the same bikes too. The Belgian directeur sportif, who masterminded Lance Armstrong's seven Tour de France titles and gratefully accepted the opportunity presented to Alberto Contador when Michael Rasmussen was sent home from this year's race, initially retired from cycling after Tailwind Sports failed to find a replacement for Discovery Channel. But when Astana came calling, Bruyneel answered. And he wasted no time in taking Contador and Levi Leipheimer with him – to replace Alexandre Vinokourov and Andrey Kashechkin, who were sacked after failing dope tests. The team will ride the 2008 Madone and the new Equinox TTX time trial bikes equipped with Bontrager components. The first chance to ride the bikes will be at the training camp in Valencia later this week. All riders will receive their new bikes in time for the training camp in New Mexico after Christmas. Rumour has it the team's new colours will not be pale blue, in a bid to distance itself from last year's scandals. The first race in the new Astana jersey will be the Tour Down Under, starting on January 22.

Johan Bruyneel. If it looks like Discovery Channel, it must be Astana.

Moving from an American-sponsored team to a Kazakh one. Did the stars of the movie American Flyers, race in vain?
Johan Bruyneel Alberto Contador Levi Leipheimer Janez Brajkovic Tomas Vaitkus Sergio Paulinho Benjamin Noval Sean Yates Trek

Trek president John Burke: “What counts here is having the best riders on the best bikes. We have faith in Johan and we're fired up about working with riders like Levi and Alberto.” Trek's road bike brand manager, Scott Daubert: “When we learned that the Disco team was dissolving after the 2007 season, we knew that we wanted to stay in the pro peloton. “But we didn't want to jump into just any team. We wanted to make sure any future sponsorships would be the right move for Trek, even if that meant sitting out the 2008 season. “When Johan approached us about a possible move to Astana, we realized that the opportunity to continue working with him was too good to pass up. “It's no secret we've enjoyed tremendous success with Johan over the past decade and he's demonstrated time and again he's one of the savviest tacticians in professional cycling.” Johan Bruyneel, Astana general manager: “It was not an easy decision to return to cycling after my recent announcement in August [that he was retiring]. However, in my new role with Astana I have found new challenges and I am excited to help the Kazakhstan Cycling Federation grow the sport in the country. “Under my guidance the team will strictly abide by the UCI pro team code of ethics as well as any anti-doping measures agreed to by the UCI or the teams' union. And we will be subscribing to the anti-doping programme developed by Dr Rasmus Damsgaard, as used by Team CSC in 2007. The Damsgaard anti-doping system is currently the most effective and comprehensive programme available. “I didn't go to anyone else for bikes in 2008. Trek is the only company that can support our programme. I know this from the success we have had together.” Tour de France champion Alberto Contador: “Obviously Trek knows what it is doing. Look at the races they have won. I'm happy to be on a good bike.” Levi Leipheimer: “I'm very happy to have Trek as the sponsor. Trek was an integral part of my success in 2007. The new Madone has all the elements I look for in a high-performance bike. It's light, stiff and looks awesome. Most importantly, I know I can trust its reliability.”
I hope Slpistream kicks their ass!

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

SIDI Toasters cont....

I thought this comment was clever enough for all to see;
shawndoggy said...
wow, $300 will buy you 600 pairs of chemical warmers at costco, so at only 600 charge cycles, that's a breakeven on them gizmos. I've got the northwave winter shoes which have a zip-up gauntlet over the laces. By themselves I too found them too cold, so I ran booties over them. WHich did keep my feet warm but kinda defeated the purpose of the fresh winter shoes. Last season I got the revalation to just stuff a chem warmer down between the laces and the lace cover and zip that mf'er up. worked like a champ and I never ever get cold feet in them now. At 40 pair for $20 for the chem warmers at costco, that's a whole winter's supply for this weekend warrior.

Monday, December 10, 2007

SIDI Toasters review - Part #2

Well, I got my SIDI Toasters back, and although Hottalk (see inset) threw his flies in the ointment, it all worked out -

Yesterday I spent 6hrs in them with a temp starting at 37 and ending up a balmy 50 degrees-
I have Shimano road shoes and Pearl booties over them. The shoes were warm to start.

The new Toasters were charged and operated perfectly. The ride was cold but not brutal and I'm...... OK with them. Yep, just OK - they did work, but at hr 4 my right foot got numb from the "ball" forward. It was about 45 at that point. Now, before I get spammed from all my relatives in Italy saying its the shoes, keep in mind these are the same shoes, bike, seat etc... I rode all thru the summer and into the winter. So I don't know what else to report - Veltec was great about swapping them out, and I REALLY wish I could report something more positive. Maybe I have colder feet than the next guy, but isn't that really who these things are marketed to?

For me, I just wish they would turn up the heat or better yet, just make them user regulated?

5 being best - ServiceCourse 2.5

Thursday, December 6, 2007

The Broke Back Idiot APPEARS !

Jerry Lawson of St. Petersburg, Florida found the image of BBI on a Lay's sour cream and onion potato chip. "I was down there by myself" in the TV room, she said. "I said, "Jerry, you've got to see this potato chip.'"He said, "Yeah.' You know how guys are," she said.Then, Rosalie Lawson said, her husband suggested, "Well, we can't eat that."She has shown photos of the chip to fellow churchgoers and to family members, all of whom have been amazed at the resemblance.Of course, who knows what BBI looks like?"You only know what you think he looks like from pictures," said Rosalie Lawson, 55.
Broke Back moves in mysterious ways....

Wednesday, December 5, 2007


ATLANTA, Ga. (December 5, 2007) – From the salty marshes and ocean shoreline of the Georgia coast to the majestic skyline of the Blue Ridge Mountains, 12 Georgia communities have been selected as the official Host Venues for the sixth annual Tour de Georgia, scheduled April 21-27, 2008. The introduction of these Host Venues was announced today by Lt. Governor Casey Cagle at a press conference at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite. Cagle also recognized the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children’s as the new beneficiary for the Tour next year.“Today is an exciting day. As we entered into this sixth season of the Tour de Georgia, we promised to revitalize the event and we are well on our way. With the selection of our 12 Host Venues, including two mountain stages and the addition of the Team Time Trial, we are taking the steps necessary to continue strengthening the Tour de Georgia- ensuring it remains North America's premier cycling race. This April, we will welcome the world to Georgia," said Lt. Governor Casey Cagle. "The addition of the AFLAC Cancer Center at Children's Healthcare as a beneficiary is a very important move for the Tour. This event is not just a bike race. The heart of this race will be about giving back.”Five new communities will host the Tour for the first time – Road Atlanta/Braselton, Statesboro, Suwanee/Gwinnett Co., Tybee Island, and Washington. Savannah hosted the overall start of the inaugural Tour de Georgia in 2003. Other returning Host Venues include Atlanta (2003, 2007), Augusta (2005, 2006), Blairsville (2004-2006), Brasstown Bald Mountain/Towns Co. (2004-2007), Dahlonega (2004-2006), and Gainesville (2003, 2005).


Stage 1: Monday, April 21 – Tybee Island, Ga. to Savannah, Ga.

Stage 2: Tuesday, April 22 – Statesboro, Ga. to Augusta, Ga.

Stage 3: Wednesday, April 23 – Washington, Ga. to Gainesville, Ga.

Stage 4: Thursday, April 24 – Road Atlanta/Braselton, Ga. (Team Time Trial)

Stage 5: Friday, April 25 – Suwanee/Gwinnett Co., Ga. to Dahlonega., Ga.

Stage 6: Saturday, April 26 – Blairsville/Union Co., Ga. to Brasstown Bald Mtn/Towns County, Ga.

Stage 7: Sunday, April 27 – Atlanta, Ga. (Circuit Race)

Don't ya just feel so much better?

This sent in from Fat Tony;

At first I thought this was funny... then I realized the awful truth of it. Be sure to read all the way to the end!Tax his land, Tax his bed, Tax the table At which he's fed.Tax his tractor, Tax his mule, Teach him taxes Are the rule. Tax his cow, Tax his goat, Tax his pants, Tax his coat. Tax his ties, Tax his shirt, Tax his work, Tax his dirt.Tax his tobacco, Tax his drink, Tax him if he Tries to think. Tax his cigars, Tax his beers, If he cries, then Tax his tears. Tax his car, Tax his gas, Find other ways To tax his ass Tax all he has, then let him know, that you won't be done till he has no dough. When he hollers, Tax him some more, Tax him till he's good and sore. Then tax his coffin, Tax his grave, Tax the sod in which he's laid.Put these words upon his tomb, "Taxes drove me to my doom..."When he's gone, Do not relax, Its time to apply The inheritance tax. Accounts Receivable Tax Building Permit Tax CDL license Tax Cigarette Tax Corporate Income Tax Dog License Tax Excise Taxes Federal Income Tax Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA) Fishing License Tax Food License Tax Fuel Permit Tax Gasoline Tax (42 cents per gallon) Gross Receipts Tax Hunting License Tax Inheritance TaxInventory Tax IRS Interest Charges IRS Penalties(tax on top of tax) Liquor Tax Local Income Tax Luxury Taxes Marriage License Tax Medicare Tax Personal Property Tax Real Estate Tax Service Charge Tax Social Security Tax Road Usage Tax Sales Tax Recreational Vehicle Tax School Tax State Income Tax State Unemployment Tax (SUTA) Telephone Federal Excise Tax Telephone Federal Universal Service Fee Tax Telephone Federal, State and Local Surcharge TaxesTelephone Minimum Usage Surcharge Tax Telephone Recurring and Non-recurring Charges TaxTelephone State and Local TaxTelephone Usage Charge TaxUnemployment Tax Utility Taxes Vehicle License Registration Tax>Vehicle Sales Tax Watercraft Registration TaxWell Permit Tax Workers Compensation TaxSTILL THINK THIS IS FUNNY? Not one of these taxes existed 100 years ago, and our nation was the most prosperous in the world. We had absolutely no national debt, had the largest middle class in the world, and Mom stayed home to raise the kids. What the hell happened?Ã Can you spell "politicians"?And... I still have to "press 1" for English.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Spot the fake...

One of these things is not like the others, One of these things just doesn't belong, Can you tell which thing is not like the others By the time I finish my song?

Tour of Missouri 07

Monday, December 3, 2007

Product Review.. Part #1

The SIDI Toasters are battery operated foot warmers. Features include automatic temperature control, wireless remote control (on/off), waterproof, 600+ charge cycles, and a minimum of 10 hours use per charge. These may seem expensive but they are inexpensive when compared to the price of single-use chemical foot warmers. Replaces standard SIDI insoles. Can be used in other shoe brands but may effect fit.

OK, years of standing around on ski hills with my feet in plastic $500 vices leads me down the trail of buying $279 heated foot beds. 3 hr winter training rides (in really not that cold) left me feeling like I had two lead feet that took longer to heat up than a date left too long out in the rain believing I really was going to be on time... So, those of you who know me, know I'm more than on the band wagon when it comes to propping a product that works - only fair on the flip side... unlike the guy who buys a Ferrari that breaks down in the first week and tells everyone its the greatest car - oh, and by the way Baby, that's why I'm late... oh no, you're all wet now, you're gonna have to take a bus- so, that said, how do my nifty little Italian soles work? Not. Too. Well.
After being told "They only get "warm" left me a bit confused as some clever guy thought the moniker should be "SIDI Toasters". Put it this way, Clever Little Guy, (CLG), has never made toast. The ridicule alone dished out from The GONDA! for using these could only be countered with warm smelly feet for the ride home - that never happened. Cold clammy numb feet, with my little French friend reciting the Three Little Piggies... "this little piggy had roast beef and this little piggy's STILL NUMB!" "wee wee wee ALL THE WAY HOME"

Now, I have been told that the first run of these (I got some of the first - and was told to give feedback - here ya go) were not set to put out as much heat as some may have thought. The control is only an on / off switch so you have no way to pump it up. The "Fella" (Hottalk - a review on this individual soon to follow the product review part #2) who works for the distributor of SIDI in the US, and who "performed" the warranty, has assured me the new ones are Toasters (or as he put it "the shit" not sure if that's good shit or...)- so stay tuned as they should be here tomorrow and we'll get part #2 up here ASAP!! ServiceCourse holds no grudge and is pulling for this $300 product to be "The Shit!"

Word Hottalk- word...

Sunday, December 2, 2007

Friday, November 30, 2007

It may not feel like fall, but......

Once upon a time, (last week) a hand full of friendz took to the hills for the annual Thanksgiving Pre-Dinner MTB ride.

A cool breeze and as you can see, some highly technical trails (?) proved to be what they all were to give thanks for until...

While riding in front of "The Prosecution" I "The Defendant" thought it wise to take my little camera out and shoot over my shoulder.

The sight of the camera being pointed his way must have been shocking - Some observers blamed paparazzi for the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed, who were killed in 1997 in a high-speed car accident in Paris, France, while being pursued by paparazzi -

Whatever the motive, the second the camera was pointed his way he made like an Ostrich and buried his head in the sand. As you can see, his friends were highly concerned for his well being, much the way I was as I continued shooting with great hopes of a fiery explosion or the like.

Still the one!

Thursday, November 29, 2007

By by Bickel...

In a last ditch effort, Kirk Bickel funds a poster of himself as he leaves the area for a new life in.... you guessed it - Texas. Bickel, the consummate Republican, felt the strong pull to the motherland "There's an old saying in Tennessee -- I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee...that says, fool me once, shame on...shame on you. Fool can't get fooled again"
Soon he'll be with his people. Truth is, none of us ever understood what the hell he was saying all the while he was here racing with us - "The more you tighten your grip, the more star systems will slip through your fingers" What kinda shit was this? or - " It's so beneficial for me to be away from those children in junior high and to be with people of my own mature growth. I'm looking forward to the intellectual stimulation"
Well, I guess we'll miss him- least the odd quotes....

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

T-Mobile Hangs Up?

Deutsche Telekom AG has stopped its sponsorship of T-Mobile Team, effective immediately, it announced Tuesday afternoon. However, High Road Sports Inc., the team management company, said that "its elite men's and women's cycling teams will continue racing in 2008 after T-Mobile has ended its engagement. The teams will now be known as 'Team High Road'."
Telekom had sponsored the team, under the names Team Telekom and T-Mobile Team, since 1991. "We arrived at this decision to separate our brand from further exposure from doping in sport and cycling specifically. This was a difficult decision given our long history of support for professional cycling and the efforts of Bob Stapleton in managing the team in 2007," said Deutsche Telekom Board member and CEO of T-Mobile International Hamid Akhavan. "We have an obligation to our employees, customers and shareholders to focus our attention and resources on our core businesses."

The team's sponsorship contract was set to run until December 31, 2010.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Coming to a field sprint near you...

lowracer1 - (aka Hottalk) writes:

I ride with the racing crowd all the time. They've come to accept me and don't make any crude comments since they know that I can whoop all of them silly. I must admit however that last night on a hilly 52 mile course with a bunch of cat1 and 2's, that I got dropped on a big hill and it took me the last 7 miles to catch back up to the pack. I did manage to just come back up on their tails as they were turning into the parking lot. This group of guys I have beat really bad many times but also they've beaten me pretty bad a number of times also. Last night I made the mistake of making a break from the pack too early. I sprinted away from the pack that was already doing a pace of 28mph. I wanted to gain some ground on them in an attempt to get to the top of the toughest climb before they got to the hill. It took a 30 to 32 mph effort for a couple miles to get far ahead of them. It wasn't enough of a lead. They caught me half way up and I was out of gas to do their pace up the hill. After the top of the hill there is a 4 mile stretch of all downhill in which I can maintain 40 to 45 mph. The pack usually holds 35 mph on this downhill stretch. They got enough of a lead on me on that climb that it took me 7 miles to catch back up. I passed a few other riders that also got dropped on that stretch like they were standing still. In order to beat them, I'll have to maintain my past method of sticking with the pack saving some energy to hammer up the climb with them. Once to the top and even if they get a 100 yard lead on me, 2 minutes later they are toast when I fly by them. Then its hammer time all the way back to the parking lot 7 miles away. I averaged a final speed of 23.8mph for the 52 miles.Tonight my legs were toast or so I thought for the 30 mile fast ride with another group on a mostly flat course but through large fields where there is always some wind. I got to the ride a bit late and was still unloading my bike when the pack started out. I had a 4 minute deficit to catch up on. It took roughly 7 miles for me to catch the pack. Once I caught them I hung at the back for a couple miles to recover a bit from my high speed effort in catching them. Once recovered I passed the paceline and got into a good 28 mph pace ocassionally touching 30mph. I was pretty whipped from the night before and the pack did catch back up to me about 5 miles from the finish. A couple riders attempted to get passed me, but this was all the encouragement I needed to do a 35mph pull away. Once I felt I had enough distance between myself and the pack, I eased my pace back up a bit to the 27mph range. It was enough to not even have to sprint for the finish line if it hadn't have been for John Foltz sneeking up on me near the end. I had my best average speed tonight with a 25mph flat for the 30 miles. John said he ended up with a 24.1mph average and he rode with the pack the entire way except near the end where he outsprinted the guys.This ride I normally about mile 2 sprint out ahead and solo the 28 remaining miles as far out in front of the pack as I can. On a good night I can usually beat them back by around 4 to 5 minutes.Nobody there thinks my bike is dorky. They are afraid of it though. :)

Frickin Dorks!

Monday, November 26, 2007

Today's testing

My spy in CO just got these to me- Taylor Phinney testing Pearl Izumi (goodies) and who is the new clothing sponsor of Slipstream!!