Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Olde Salem Green 5K
There were even some dudes out there running barefoot. I hear that that is supposed to be better for you, but for now, I'll keep my Brooks.
Anyway, I have to give "mad props" to Rick, as he was clearly representing the Racer-X t-shirt. I tried to be prepared, so I washed mine the night before, but I neglected to take to the next phase, which is the drying...
Race results? Yep...
GPS Data? Sure...
Let the racing begin!
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Spring Ride--Bradley Palmer & Willowdale
So, a few of us ventured out to Bradley Palmer & Willowdale for a ride. The VAST MAJORITY of the trails were in great shape, which was what I told by my eye-witness reporter, Mr. Flawless. There were, however, some sections which were wet, and by wet, I mean rivers. We made it through one such river crossing (twice) without a problem, but there was another, MUCH longer, section--maybe 50-60 meters, that I alone tried to cross. The water was DEEP, and COLD, and I got probably 85% of the way across before the soft bottom finally sucked me to a stop. The water was over the bottoms of my shorts. Zoiks! Jean, Tim and Rick wisely went around.
My epiphany came when I was contemplating the ease of post-muddy ride maintenance with a fully rigid singlespeed, but that was short lived as I then remembered that I'd have Jean's bike to clean AND we had let Rick borrow one of our bikes... Sunday was a day of cleaning and lubing.
Anyway, if you click on the slideshow above, you can link to the photos directly.
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Monday, March 8, 2010
On the plus side, we did find some new singletrack!
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Pearl Izumi Field Trip
As I mentioned earlier, we have an opportunity to take a "team field trip" up to the Pearl Izumi outlet in North Conway, NH, and get deeper discounts on their already discounted clothing/shoes. Jean and I usually make at least one trip up there each year to load up on gear... Anyway, I'm currently looking at May 15th. Stay tuned for details!
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