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Sunday, October 09, 2005

Tough Guy Productions

The rain has been fallen' down all day, which is actually a blessing in disguise, forcing me to relax indoors. Spent most of the day downloading new music and reading my new book, Sport Psychology for Cyclists. Training the mind is just as important as the body.

Speaking of mind over matter, yesterday was my good friend Nat Ross's 34th Birthday and this coming weekend will be his 34th Solo Race (more then anyone else in the world)! Nat is one of the most down to earth bike pro's out there and his resume is a story in itself. When he is not staying up all night and brewing saddle sores on his bike, he is making some sick Telemark Films, check 'em out at Tough Guy Productions.com. Wish him luck next weekend as he defends his Moab title!

Mad Props Nat!

BTW I think I figured out why Sager is a vegetarian. (Besides being an urban hippie in denial)


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