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Sunday, June 03, 2007

Cure For The Common Cubicle

It felt empowering to pull to the start line with a clean conscious as we lined up against the current "Tour Champion" this past weekend at the Teva Mountain Games.

Back in my semi pro days I would thrive off of the struggling pros that I would catch and pass as they faded off the back. Feeding off of their pain was what kept me motivated.

Well it looks like I threw back a little taste of my own medicine as I struggled to find my legs and mingled with the Semi Pros. Glad I could help....

In a false attempt to boost my ego, I entered the Big Wheel competition..... Lesson learned, size doesn't matter.

Time to sit back, hit the reset button, install a new motivator and look to the light at the end of the tunnel.

At least someone in red is hitting it big. Rad Ross has officially reached rock star status and I wouldn't be surprised if pretty soon women were throwing their bras at him on the start line. Dream big....


Blogger brettok said...

wow, Ross's first breast sighting!

11:25 PM  
Blogger Lyle said...

Did he play the "motorboat"?

1:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You and T.B. were quoted in the Summit Daily News speaking out against Floyd. Good on you. I'm glad you guys had the balls to tell it how it is. More people need to speak up and have an opinion of their own. Not just "Dopers Suck" racers should think about it more and have an actual opinion, a sticker really does nothing.

You taking a stance in the newspaper has inspired me more than any of your racing results/accomplishments. I wish more of us humans would speak up against things that are a problem. I don't really just mean doping in cycling. We as a species have far greater problems than that and most people seem to not have any opinion about it.


8:31 AM  
Blogger IronGambit said...

Nice pics! haha

9:23 AM  
Anonymous dave t. said...

nick, are you andy schleck? second in the giro my explain your result at teva. just asking..

9:36 AM  
Blogger Sonya said...

DAMN! Boob shot! ross is a lucky guy to sign those tatas :)

9:02 AM  
Blogger Chris Winn said...

Man none of us get to sign boobs back home in Oz..chipoltle, real mountains and boob signing..is there anything the US can't do?!

5:04 AM  

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