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Monday, January 30, 2006

sometimes busy is a bother

There is a circuit race out in Ford Ord (inance) this weekend.


I love circuit racing. Good training.


X Bunny said...

so conveniently located, too!

Chico Cyclist said...

Psychlo-X in February.....SWEET!!

Anonymous said...

Aren't you suposen to bein in Chico this weekend? Paskenta = Safeway Spanked.

Olaf Vanderhoot said...

mmm ... you said "spank"

Velo Bella said...

This is an awesome post.

Almost as awesome as getting spanked at a century.

Olaf Vanderhoot said...


me = pooped.

PAB said...

I can sense the fatigue in the typing from you two.

You guys should learn to take it easy on weekends...


Velo Bella said...

work is such a bother.

Olaf Vanderhoot said...

so is recovering from decadence.

Velo Bella said...

or a night spent in the garage

X Bunny said...

the garage?

Olaf Vanderhoot said...

early bird road race done with shyte-ball rear wheel wobbling back'n forth like a drunk sailor


me fed up and spending 4 hours in the garage fixing:

- 3 year old race wheels for(hopeful) use this season.

- 6 year old training wheels for (gawdamn they better work) use for as long as i can milk them.

- - -

... i hate bike racing sometimes.

PAB said...

let's talk about wheels this weekend. I have more than a normal person should, and my guess is something around here will fit you....

Chico Cyclist said...

Shoot - right Paskenta is this weekend. I think there's some kind of a game or something on TV too.

X Bunny said...

i think you're right, pab

this was a very simple blog and it has lots of comments

and you put up some silly and a little bit creative ones and you are getting ignored

i still love you

ginmtb said...

Must keep things simple for the simple minds in the blog world... multi-syllabic words = no good... well thought out posts = no good. Innuendo = good (did I say, in-you-endo? Huh, huh). Try to get to the lowest common denominator... that's where I always end up for some reason. People seem to respond.