Every once in awhile the bike shows us just how important balance and attention can be. This was the case on Aug. 15th when I was taught a lesson on a non-descript popular stretch of fire road about two miles from home. My nice new bike (4th ride..) sent me violently to the turf for a moment's inattention on my part. Now my arm looks like a big white turkey drumstick and seeing how I was truly riding like a turkey at the time, it all fits nicely into place. Inspite of this I will attempt to fulfill orders in maybe not as timely a manner as in normal circumstances but as best as I can. Ride carefully, folks.
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
wednesday time trial
Ever do a time trial with these folks? I reccomend it highly. Beer and chips consumed in a timely manner under the open blue skies of Marshall Fields in back of U.C. Santa Cruz. Maybe a class could be offered: Destressing 101........
Posted by swiggco world at 8:57 PM 1 comment:
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
bike for sale
Norman is selling his race bike after a few seasons. It's still ready to rock and under 24 lbs. For more info about this pure race machine contact Norman at email@example.com
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Saturday, August 4, 2007
why we live here part 2
Just about a 15 minute ride from home is the northern California coast. Whatever negative things people might say about this place is pretty much rendered meaningless by the view from this dirt road.
Posted by swiggco world at 1:44 PM 2 comments:
How do you stop a big man on a 'cross bike ? Throw some mechanical disc brakes on it. That is what is going on here. Maybe not U.C.I. legal but with no U.C.I. events in Nor-Cal this season it ain't an issue. This bike is just begging to lay out a 20 foot skid.
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