Thursday, May 31, 2007
i have to write this cuz its my only time i have glory with tbird. its long ago, back in the day. livin in the past i know. 1996 snowbird hillclimb i passed him at the line for 3rd. levi and dave z beat us. wow that was a long time ago. i think he was sick that day and still hauled ass in 45 mins.
but even before that burk raced mtn bikes with us, he was fast and i thought it was nice of him to let me by on the dh and he even raced 24 hrs of moab with tom cook. that was funny.
thanks for the good times at the races tbird.
1 Do you ever wish to be a pro mtn biker
2 If you were going to the moon, who would you take?
3 Do you ever feel you can't win?
4 Do you feel most people cheat if the conditions are right?
5 If you could be granted superpowers, which superpower would you want?
1Yeah, back when Norba was cool.... BTW, when was that?
2. Bear Grylls.
3. Well, yes. About 99% of the time. But that 1%.....that's where the magic is, right?
4. No, I don't believe most people will cheat if the conditions are right. I'd put it more at around 30% of people will cheat if given the opportunity.
5. Riffs like Jimi Hendrix. He was a super-hero in my book.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 5:26 PM
If you had to be shipwrecked on a deserted island, but all your human needs - such as food and water - were taken care of, what two items would you want to have with you?
Good shoes - whenever I watch Lost, one thing that always drives me crazy is that their shoes are in such good shape. The 2nd would be a good set of snorkel fins and mask/snorkel - is that 3 things or do they count as a singular item? With shoes you can now explore the island, and with your singular unit of mask/fins/snorkel...the ocean is now your canvas.
If you had six months with no obligations or financial constraints, what would you do with the time?
Interestingly enough, it likely wouldn't be much different than it is now - the only significant change would be that I'd arrange it such that more friends and family could travel with me and we'd eat a little more richly at times, and certainly surround ourselves with abundance and spacious lodging.
If you had only six months left to live, what would you do with the time?
If you could have dinner with anyone from history, who would it be, and why?
Someone from the future would be the way to go. How about, just like in Back to the Future III, I'd have a tofu-dog and BBQ chips with someone from ESPN Ocho and find out who's going to win all of the March Madness games for the next 40 years.
If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be and why?
I'm really more of a machine than an animal... But I'd compare myself to a giant squid. Giant Squid have 4 times as many arms as me, weigh 10.7 times more than I do (on average), and since I'm a fairly nice guy, that makes me most like the giant squid because they have three hearts.
If you were a type of food, what type of food would you be?
I'd be the banana pudding at the Shonny's buffet - it never runs out, the best parts are always used up first, and the left overs are fused into the new each day...constant renewal.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 12:50 PM
i hope shannon and jen win that lottery thing.
short and sweet, just like stormin.
1 hows the new truck. the truck is great.
2 do you think you can ever beat me in a hillclimb, no i cant go that fast.
3 who would win in chess between you and turbo
turbo, im not good at chess.
4 what do you tell all the chicks that want you
ya come to me.
5 how did you get into racing
I rode my dad's 86' Cannondale one day to Liberty park and did some laps and since then I was hooked.
thats really odd, liberty park. the pink guy rides there. and this is no lie. i saw the pink guys house its pink, and on the mail box it says "earth wind fire" norm jr.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 10:18 AM
a few years back, probably like 2003 h went to indonesia to teach english. i would email him and tell him he was missing out on the riding and races. he was jealous. ya then i got scammed on the internet and shipped two dh bikes to indonesia. the guys over there scammed me for 5 grand and they lived about 2 hrs from h. i told him to go get my money and i would give him 1g. anyway it was some mafia type thing and he didnt want to get shot.
glad he made it back. pc life livin large, look and see how to live the free ride life. h does it best.
1 hows married life is it all you dreamed of and more:
Marriage is great....I know she can't leave me now.
2 why race, ride or shred
All the above...better than going to work.
3 what is the best day entail
Your Bros...and the little lady...doing whatever..really does not matter as long as everyone is there...guess a funeral might be the exception or maybe even being in jail...anyway you get the point.
4 if you didnt have a bike what would you have done with you life so far
Gone to rainy England and been a professional footy player for Liverpool!
5 whats a dream job
See question four.
Hope your well sly....sorry I am missing the races, but not too important at the moment...when I get free time, the 'Bean' and I are out on some epics or travelling to new riding spots.H
Wanted to let you know that Young Riders/Squatter's (Team Big Bear) are throwing a party to kickoff the NORBA weekend at Deer Valley.
The event will take place at Squatter's Roadhouse Grill (Park City) June 14th, 4-7pm.Cost is $5 at the door.
Food buffet of sandwiches, wings, pizza, etc. will be available, while drinks may be purchased at the 'Cash bar'.
Pro teams from around the country will be there to sign autographs and mingle with their fans. Trek, Bear Naked, have confirmed so far.
Also, there will be a drawing for prizes. This is really a community event to draw locals and national racers, etc. together. I am hoping for a large national media presence as well. No big prep, just an easy food, beer, party....If you do not mind spreading the word, that would be wonderful.
We are expecting all the local mtb teams, riders, young riders and their families to be present. Young Rider parents and participants will have the chance to meet their coaches.
YR is giving away shirts, camelbacks, jerseys.Hope to see you there, H
he is also putting on this race in july
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 1:27 AM
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
i had to use this pic, its great.
being green, riding to work. rippin up the roads.
well this year we started talkin but i have known his since 1996 when we were both fast racing semi pros in 1996 at the big norbas. i saw him at the races. i didnt know he lived here from him. the weird thing i know his father in law. at the time i was mailing a bunch of internet orders every night at the airport post office probably about 4 years ago. lets call him clyde, the weird funny guy at the post office. always asking me what i was mailing, conversations switch to forrest, "ya my daughter is going out with this crazy biker snow boarder forrest, do you know him?" umm ya i do, that was weird. thats why i asked him about his wifes dad.
1 how is life in the conservative bee hive state
Its offensive at times. If you have lived anywhere else you know what I mean by that statement. I say live and let live! But I wouldnt be here if I didnt love it. I can rip on this state, but it has more going for it than not going for it, you need to look at the big picture, and right now the big picture is good to me and my family, its a good place for our kids to grow up too. Besides the snowboarding here cant be beat, thats what drew me here and kept me here. From big mountain riding, powder and to jibbing the rails, Utah rules in winter!
2 what do you think of your father in law
He means well, I think he needs a cool girlfriend that would be a positive influence on him. Working at the Post office your whole life will do odd things to a man.
3 racing green, will you be riding to deer valley or sundance in the next few weeks,
riding to those races I dont know if I can even race those races yet with my schedule. Racing for me is usually spur of the moment now. I was thinking about Deer Valley, climb up and over Big Cottonwood, but getting home would really hurt. But I was planning on racing green for Snowbird or the state Champs at Solitude. Nothing like 2-3 thousand vertical warmup for a race. This is my green philosophy, do what you can do. Cars are a reality and necessity for modern life, but if you can cut back, it helps with the inversion. Yeah I rip around on snowmobiles on occasion in the winter to access some snowboard lines, but I figure if I commute and race green as much as possible its an overall benefit. Plus I didnt have a car until I was 25, I got some carbon credits to my name. I biked everywhere, to school, to dates, even to do my laundry, etc.... I would even hitchike to NORBA Nationals back in the day with my bike too. When I finally got a car, I had quit racing and got lazy for a few years, I am trying to change that now. If everyone did something small, it adds up to something big. If everyone commuted only 5 times a year to work the overall benefit would be big. I am no nazi when it comes to my philosophy on life, live and let live, I am the one that has to look myself in the mirror at the end of the day.
4 why race a 1 speed any way, i dont get you guys
Short answer- it builds character.
Long answer- I didnt understand it either at first. Then a friend of mine dared me to do 24hrs of Moab solo and on his singlespeed back in 98. He wanted me to be the first to do a 24 hr race on it. I took him up on the offer and it showed me it wasnt always about the bike but about the self. I was hooked. I stoked people out when I finished. The next year Stamstead did 24hrs on a single speed and got second by less than a minute. He almost won the damn race on a singlespeed. I dont ride the singlespeed all the time though. Most mtn bike rides I ride my geared bike. I just like racing on it, it makes you tough and I love passing guys on the downhill on their full suspension bikes. Its a personal challenge. Sometimes its how you race that is more important than the result. Thats why I told you to race like Prefontaine! Its not always how you do in the race but how you carried yourself in the race. It proves its about the rider not the bike.
5 where would you be if you didnt meet your wife
Probably partying and losing focus on the big picture. I got off track for a few years. she grounded me and I think I also grounded her. Her and her boys put life in a new perspective. To be honest it was weird to go from no focus to being a provider for a family. It woke me up.
if you guys are bored with the interviews too bad. i think its funny, the same questions over and over. different people with diff views. i should have thought of this a year ago.
how many times do you keep coming back to see what sly did today, god knows that gets boring.
yaaaa big ring.
in my odd existence, i got a new couch, set up wireless multi in office computers, got 500 items of clothing ready to unload.
no race tonight, im tired from monday. but sundance saturday. that will be good. shred the bike messenger sat night.
yaaa the long sunny days are here.
and some new kick ass tunes at the bottom of the play list. if that music doesnt make you want to rip trail then you got problems.
jeff louder comin up in a few days, jeff bates, steve wasmund, t bird.
ya good times
heres cancer free master bates 24 hrs moab 1 speed class.
bunch of freaks.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 10:32 PM
the best story i have with bobby is down in phoenix this year with bz and kathy. we stayed at some guys house who wasnt home, trashed the place and went to the water fountain and got some funny pictures. i never saw him laugh so hard, since its easy for me to make a jack ass out of myself its worth it to see those guys laugh and cant breath. kathy and bz only know what im talkin about.
its good to have bobby at the races, putting together a big club/team, racing hard and even doing cyclocross. ya big ring it.
1 why race or ride
Besides being obsessive and compulsive, I like the burn and the post race euphoria, I like being on the dirt and pushing the envelope to see how much I can push myself, I want to win, but I actually feel better knowing I am able to do this sport and do well occasionally. In addition to that, I have to say that the cycling community is awesome, like minded people who all seem to be more than willing to help others out, in any way. I have met some great friends and continue to meet more.
2 are you glad you moved here from Kentucky
It has changed my life, I picture my self, if I stayed in Kentucky , smoking cigars, very little exercise, unhappy at work. Today none of that is true, so yes I am very glad, the one part that is not so great is the fact that our families are so far away, we rarely get to see them.
3 would you ever race 24 hrs moab solo
Never one to say no to anything, I would maybe do it in the future, but I would want to do well, so my training would have to be completely different, and I would not do it on a hard tail. That answer sounds far more positive than those guys/gals are crazy, hell no!
4 what do you tell the girls when they ask you out on dates, when you are out at the clubs and the cheesy lines flow like wine
I tell them that Lyna will kick their ass, of course you will find me at home on weekend nights trying to get to bed by 11. So I generally don’t have to worry about the groupies anymore, or Lyna kicking their collective asses.
5 what goes through your head when you are at heart rate 190 pinned in the hardest race you can remember
I think it is something along the lines of “grrrrraaarggghhhhhhooooowwwwweeeeeeeouch What the hell am I doing this for, I am so quitting, arrrggghhhhh, oh crap there’s Pilling, maybe I can catch him.ggrrrrrrrrrooooooowwwwwwweeeyyyyyyyyPOP” Every race is hard, I can’t remember which one was the hardest, but generally the hardest races are when my heart rate can’t go above 150, cause I am blown, out in the middle of nowhere, with the only option being to ride to the damn finish, at these points I ponder lifes greater questions (no shit) and realize how lucky I am.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 2:37 PM
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 2:21 PM
i didnt ask garzelli 5 lame questions, but if i saw him i would.
he reminds me of this guy.
team rico, aka eric rasmussen.
heres the deal about team rico. his dad and my dad are friends from way back. bmx type 1988 old school days. when i was triple jumping on 20" wheels our dads were working on trucks and stuff.
so we didnt hang out but i've known him for a long time. since im a bit older 6 yrs, i think. i have seen him race mtn bikes 10 years ago then watch him race road bikes for 5 years.
this guy started in the bottom of the basement and with tons of training, riding with the best and suffering hours on end in the winter on the trainer this is the result of nothing but hard work.
i dont know how you do it team rico. but i guess its all in the name.
1 hows life in magna
Magna has its good and bad. I grew up there so its easy for me to live there now I guess. Good- Out of the way of everything (nobody comes to Magna to shop or see a movie) Bad- Its out of the way of everything especially the high Alpine singletrack nestled in the Wasatch. I have made it a point to get out of there sometime soon before my girls get older.
2 why the hell do you race road bikes
I gotta mix up my racing. I decided a couple years ago to try the road scene and keep the MTB for my enjoyment rather than my racing itch. Now I am slowly getting back to racing the MTB more. I may have something to do with my upgrade to a 2 which now means I get a good beating from the 1's every week on the road. Now I just get beat up by a few select Fat Tire friends in the dirt.
3 tell us about hangin with aj, dh and glen a. aaron jordin, dave harward, glen adams.
It is really great to race, ride, train and hang out with these guys. I have learned more from these 3 about racing, training and life than I could have learned on my own in 2 lifetimes. I owe a lot of my success to AJ for showing me how and when to train. DH has shown me to be tough and never quit and GA has helped me become a better MTB desender and road sprinter by example. I am a lucky guy to have these 3 as my good friends.
4 how is it to win your 1st RMR A pack
Its a big relief to get a win. Road cycling is such a game of chance and luck. I happen to have some good luck and I have a decent sprint to finish. I hope more are to come.
5 what was the process of you picking up on your wife, in other words tell us losers how to get married.
I am the worst for dating advice. I met my wife by chance and some good luck through a mutual friend. I am a serious introvert with almost no personality. It just goes to show anyone can find someone that will put up with their shit. Even the pink guy......
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 12:42 AM
Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 8:15 PM
Good Question. I love them both. I will be doing more mtn bike races next year and later this year but I really enjoy doing both although it is hard to go back and forth.
I think I am better suited to the road but I love the mtn bike so I will never stop racing off road. I guess the biggest reason is there is only one race per weekend and the road racing seems to give me better fitness for the races that are my goals for the year.
2 how is life being a dad, with a job and racing so much at a high level
I feel like it is important to be balanced in life. I love my job so it makes it easy to work and I love being home with my family so it is easy to spend time with them. The hardest thing to do is get out and do my training and even more then that would be to be away from my family for more then one day at a time when I go to a race for a long weekend or a long stage race. I just try to keep it balanced. Make enough money to pay the bills, Spend enough time with my family so that I don’t miss anything, and train so that I don’t get my butt kicked on the weekend.
3 you beat jeff louder last week end, tell me how the hell you did that
I still am really excited about that one. I have been working really hard with my new coach Tommy Nelson so of course that has had something to do with it and of course my team had a big role in our win by keeping me protected all day. I never had to chase except the second to last time up the climb when Jeff attacked. Man was that hard. Jeff had to help bring back Sandy on the last lap so I got a free ride for a good 15 miles of the last 25 miles. On the last climb I was able to hang with Jeff when he attacked several times and luckily held him off in the sprint. I guess a little luck and a lot of hard work and a good coach is how I managed to beat Jeff. He is an amazing rider and I consider that the biggest win I have had because he was there. I just hope I can keep improving so that I can be with Jeff more often when we get to the end of races.
4 do you like being on sandys team, the dictator.
Of course I do. Sandy is great! Yeah he is loud, but he is a great teammate and friend. I will miss him when he goes off to Med school. Maybe I can get him to come out to a mtn bike race so you can interview him.
5 if you and turbo played checkers who would win
Are you kidding, I would kill Turbo in Checkers. Didn’t you know Turbo is color blind
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 4:04 PM
Life as a Pro Racer is good but it could be better. Always looking to make things better to include my fitness, the sport, my mind, the races, etc. There are some days that I get out there to ride and I truly realize I do have the best job in the world..........these thoughts usually fall on recovery days only though. Ha ha!
why race, ride or shred:
Do you know how good it feels to hurt? It is the best feeling when you know you are building on what you already have. Being spent is sweet and being spent is where you need to be after those races and hard workouts.
what would you do with out pepe:
First off, I would have my full time job back. No question there. And, I would need to find a new manager, support crew, feeder, trip organizer, wound kisser, sponsorship manager, tire changer, mental supporter, bike assembler, bike hauler, ass hauler, therapist for my header, and everything doer basically. He pretty much rules you could say.
what is a perfect day:
Wake up and have the right ratio of freshly ground french press coffee to H2O mixed in the french press. Then feel like crap all day and think that your workout is going to suck and get out there on the bike and freakin nail it with the best Vo2's you have ever done.........something your mind told you wasn't in the cards before the workout. LOVE THAT.
what would do if you were in a wheel chair because of a bad crash
paralyzed for life:
I have thought about that before because god you can go down HARD on an mtb can't you? For starters I would refer to what you put on your blog on May 19th by Ralph Marston and then I would tell all the doctors bah - hum - bug when they would use words like "never" "can't" "won't".
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 11:33 AM
Monday, May 28, 2007
i stole this pic from forrest.
i wont bore you with the play by play. i got pretty much worked over by sager and bryson, spannring. i held on to 4th, lost 5 mins on the last lap and finished just in time of a charging pack of 5.
i hate going backwards but its better than last week.
im still waiting for the dream ride of 3 weeks ago to feel like super man again. even when i feel that good bart and sager are still faster. i dont care if i get 10th if i can feel strong thats fine with me.
2.5 hrs today it was hard. ya hard. ummm im blown so im tired from staying up all night and im going to sleep.
i got some sweet pics, upcoming interviews check it out, but heres a preview.
hes racing green, for the lamen that means riding from his house, 1 speed 2 lap race, then riding home.
keepin it real.
the green lantern
when you hear bart or sager say they are jet lagged tired, over trained, sick or blown. that means they are going to attack you, put big time on you and win.
dont believe the lies.
here is blakes significant other.
who wouldnt want to interview her?
blake z aka thumbs mcgee
thumbs mcgee is makin a come back to the racing circuit after a blown thumb.
ok he raced 110 miles saturday won the race then came out and smoked me.
good job bp. i wish i could have been on your wheel.
the legend glen adams
when i was 15 i was a green horn on local mtn scene. glen was a top 10 norba pro. i watched them shred laps with ned, tinker and tomac.
amazed wondering how they hauled so much ass.
3rd in worlds downhill 1991. tomac got 2nd so that says it all.
now he still races, rides a ton, works with bikes and still can drop anyone half his age with ease.
once i get the info i will post the interviews. i cant wait.
i got ali g's info down below check it out.
and dont forget to vote for shannon and jen.
jen hanks and shannon need more votes so go do it.
vote for them here, they could win a trip to the transalp stage race in july. voting is down to the top 5 so if you want to help them out go vote. oh ya and shannon has a pet turtle.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 2:46 PM
Sunday, May 27, 2007
weird stuff is goin on, i sleep all day then up all night. i have to get up at 7am go to draper and race the green lantern, bz, team rico and many others. i wonder if climb-um is coming
i had slice in my tire so i tried to fix it. the stans sealed it partially but i didnt trust it so i tried to seal up a different tire with some C02 cans, that didnt work so i drove around to 5 gas stations and those air compressors suck balls so that didnt work.
while i was out over at the wild oats mall i saw butta on the vespa and lucky he lives next to contender cuz he let me in to use a real air hose. got that tire aired up, then the pink guy walks by. 5 mins later i leave the shop and i see him walkin over by trolley. so i tracked, stalked, what ever you want to call it to his house. i found his pink house and tomorrow im going to go over there and interview him.
this next week im going to post interviews of some random friends i have so why not start with ATRAIN, ALI G, THE CLAW AND FLAHUTE.
ya check it out, pics and 5 lame questions for the guys you may want to know more about.
dark side bike racers, crossers, bike geeks and weirdos just like me.
stay tuned more to come this week.
yaaa . i have to go fix my bike.
i met atrain when i was 14, i worked him over in some mtn bike races and ever since then he has tried to keep up.
1 whats the dream job
2 why ride race or shred
3 whats on the other side of life
4 whats the trains philosophy on dating or finding that some one special
5 whats the perfect day
1. If I knew I would have it. I do have a long list of life sucking, go nowhere, jobs that pay enough to fool me into thinking it is worth it.
2. So I can eat more fish taco's and Peppermint Patties
3. A world where tall skinny men are worshiped as gods. It has to be....
4. Like them and they will run.
5. bikes, fish taco's, Pepermint Patties and a good metal show
i met ali g 4 years ago when he decided to race mtn bikes, coming from snow boarding, i didnt know who he was but thought it was funny he raced with a radio blasting in his jersey pocket.
check out the flite seat on the 3 wheeler.
tell us about this odd picture:
First off i'm a man of strange humor. Sometime dry, sarcastic, vulgar or juvenile. I've improved my tricycle toward speed, it is intended to make people happy or sad depending on how they feel about being smoked by a tricycle.. run, bike, trike.... testaskils. The rest of the kit is just my everyday training attire.
1 why race or ride: I've loved all bikes since i was young so i ride for the enjoyment. Even so, i would ride much less if i was not racing. I desire to race well, which drives me to train hard-ish, which in turn keeps me riding 5-6 days a week
2 what if you died tomorrow: I'd be dead.
3 some thing you wished you could have done but now can't cuz its gone, missed opportunities: When i was 18 i decided to pursue snowboarding and gave up the bike all together. I had an 11 year shred career that afforded me fancy things, candy paint, spinnin' wheels, wood grain grippin', i got that sticky icky, sticky, sticky icky. It might not have been a missed opportunity. i was off the bike for 10years so i always wonder how much gerthier my thighs could have been.
4 whats a normal day: Weekdays: Wake up @6:30.com, feed my dawgs, make a giant latte, eat and head out on the road or MTB for training. Get back to the shell around 11, consume nutrients, kiss the wife, head to Fishers Cyclery for a mellow 7hr shift. Slang bikes till 7pm, back to the shell for more hermit crab action, either more work on my side jobs or mellow till bed time 10pm. Saturdays: The best, morning starts the same but saturdays usually mean a road or mtb race. Pumps the jams for a few hours, stand near the podium, drink some powders, stretch and then consume pints of ice cream (chocolate-peanut butter) till bed or food coma sets in. Sundays: cycling with the wifey or substitute charity ride with "newbie"
5 whats a dream job: I would love to be a rally car driver on the WRC, i love driving fast cars, preferably turbo charged audis
i met steve just last fall, and we have many mutual friends that say good things.
since i didnt race cross in 05 i wasnt in the scene much that fall. but last year at the cross races he was there working for free. takin care of biz at the races.
nice work flahute.
1 whats a normal day
Got nothing good for this one.
2 something you wish you could have done but now cant, missed opportunities
Made my marriage work:http://www.veloworks.com/stevenkim.jpg>
3 why ride, race or shred
4 whats your dream job
Already had it, and will hopefully have a similar one again: http://www.classicrendezvous.com/images/bike%20shops/Bicycle-Odyssey/Exterior.jpg>
5 what if you died tomorrow and knew it was coming http://flahute.com/images/0303solitude07.jpg
who doesnt know the claw? local TT legend and staple on the canyon squad. so hes out going and comes up and starts talkin to me like 3 or 4 yrs ago. im like, hey ya whats your deal? do i know you? ya any way he races TT's road bikes and cross races, and has good stories about life.
rip it up claw.
1 why ride, race or shred
It's better than yelling at the neighborhood kids to get off my lawn.
2 what if you died tomorrow, Team Time Trial with the dead grandpas.
3 whats a dream job
Fluffer for donkey porn.
4 philosophy of dating or finding that special some one.
Throw out some garlic-scented pheromones.
5 whats on the other side of life
I have no idea — I'm so narcissistic I am barely aware there are other people.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 10:35 PM
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 11:11 AM
Saturday, May 26, 2007
i stole this from tbird
off the subject of comedy,
i heard about tmac today. i have no doubts someone with his tenaciousnous and will power will over come his recent diagnosis.
if anyone can pull through he can.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 12:01 PM
Friday, May 25, 2007
i found the green lantern in the speed boat. pr to slc in 6 hrs flat.
i wish the mtn race was tomorrow. im on fire, big watts. must be something in the water. we had to go shred dry creek 1 track. nice sunny warm spring day.
get out and hammer. i guess i'll rip around town, wait and hold that thought for monday morning. ya
i got pulled over by an unmarked police car today. i was driving kind of like how i dh. some call it aggressive. this about the 5th time in the past year, and i didnt get a ticket.
5th time in a row for that too. once or twice might be luck, but 5 times, ya i know how to sweet talk the man in a uniform if you know what im sayin.
team shannifer needs more votes. maybe one day you guys will need some one to vote for you so go do your fellow mtn bikers a favor and vote for them.
jen hanks and shannon need our help. if you vote for them here, they could win a trip to the transalp stage race in july.voting is down to the top 5 so if you want to help them out go vote. oh ya and shannon has a pet turtle.
Posted by primetime formerly known as slyfox at 5:07 PM
Thursday, May 24, 2007
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