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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Ordinary Is Just Not Good Enough Today



A picture is worth a thousand words and this one pretty much sums up my weekend. Every race I reach a point where I say to myself, "Ouch, I forgot how much this stuff hurts". I guess pain is temporary because like mice in a cage, we always come back for more.



Thanks to Mountain Bike Action for reminding me that things could have been worse. Check out Sager in the far right getting his blawg on at the expense of his hommies. (Just an FYI but all my pictures on this blog can be clicked on to view in full action format)



Um.... yeah, I think I will officially punch my "Man Card" twice today. Just when I thought I have seen everything on two wheels, some messenger guy has to totally go and raise the bar. Cross bike manual to picnic table..... With canti brakes?



If that wasn't good enough, how about I follow it up with a twist? BTW, I still can't ride a wheelie.



Anyone have a thousand words for this one? Sager was officially nominated, Trek/VW fan of the year. He followed up Tristan's hug by saying, "Words cannot explain the flood of emotion I feel right now..."

4 Comments:

Blogger Colt McElwaine said...

priceless

8:18 PM  
Blogger jsager said...

oh no, there was a price paid.

10:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

finally a new background for my desktop. That martinini, so hot right now.

11:38 AM  
Blogger Stephen D. Zepeda said...

yeah I was thinking new background also ;) spice it up alittle but new background!

7:21 AM  

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