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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Gift From America's Gas Stations



The past couple days I have lying pretty low, back home in Boulder. It never fails, the first race of the year comes and goes and I seem to always get sick? Your immune system takes a beating from racing and then hanging out in America's gas stations doesn't help.



Scope this, it is about time I get some respect from "the man". Thanks to Coffee and Bikes for taking your time in the chamois to stop.



Right now, the only thing I am focused on is recovering for Sea Otter and beating Tristan. Tristan and I have a wheelie competition scheduled at the Otter and the loser has to cook the other his favorite pre-race dinner. Don't be fooled by this picture, it will take more then sending me pictures of you lifting up your front wheel to make me nervous T. I have my own tricks up my sleeve.... Bring it.

BTW, I did a short interview over at Buying A Bike 101, scope it out if you looking to procrastinate work a little longer.

7 Comments:

Anonymous mathijs said...

Thanks for referring to our interview!

Mathijs

9:08 AM  
Blogger Marty said...

You've got the wheelie mojo, Nick. Kick his arse! I'm totally psyched to hear how this bet pans out. Keep us posted.

12:10 PM  
Blogger Ian Stanford said...

Man, you have too many bets going with Tristan. You have to diversify your portfolio. -Ian

3:45 PM  
Blogger Burrito Eater said...

I just got a Garmin as well, how do we track your rides?

6:06 AM  
Blogger J.V. Cycling said...

Dude, I would be scared. By the looks of it, he is on the national wheele team. I heard they train in Belgium.

6:27 AM  
Blogger Martini said...

I will be displaying my Garmin GPS mapped out rides on www.motionbased.com. I am still working on getting used to the software, but I will let everyone know when they are up and running.... cheers

9:30 AM  
Blogger gwadzilla said...

thanks for reminding me

back to work

later

11:23 AM  

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