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Sunday, September 25, 2005

Kodak Courage



I woke up this morning, dreaming of the kind of traffic Sager must get. The way he throws together his action verbs, adverbs and nouns without even thinking, talent I tell you, talent.....



Ended up raging down Cactus Ridge this afternoon. There is nothing like the smell of the high country air; a mixture of the fall season, a touch of pine, a pinch of aspen trees and a little less oxygen = my favorite place on earth. This trail has a way of making you pull your tail between your legs and forces you to sit on your back tire the whole way down, scary sketchy for about an hour.

Needless to say we crashed at least 10 times each and Ranno decided "I suck, this totally sucks, I F***n suck, I can't believe I just went to World's and can't ride a mountain bike". Seriously, if you think you've got skillz, go rock Cactus Ridge for the afternoon, we have dubbed it, "The Humblizer". If you ride it, you will understand.



Peer over Ranno's, helmet you can see my bike down there, yap that right der is "the deadly boulder roll".



I stopped by to visit Clay at Kustom Kar Audio yesterday and checked in on my Touareg (Volkswagen has been kind!). The back was popped, gutted and the box was looking sick! "I am making this thing stupid loud! It will look crazy organic when you pop the back" (not sure what organic and stereo's have in common but I am down with subs, wires and amps strategically placed in their glory!).

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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5:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey man, I live in Boulder. Where is Cactus Ridge trail?

5:14 PM  
Blogger Martini said...

If you want to know where Cactus Ridge is located just email me w/ your email so I can get back to you... on the comments it just comes up as Anonymous. Make sure you have health insurance!

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what is white gagsta flair?

8:31 PM  
Anonymous Leon Van Fishingpole said...

Sounds like a sick trail! i wouldent mind a humbilizing experence or two when i hit up CO this fall. mabye ill check it out ; )

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trek Sucks!!!

4:46 PM  

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