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I feel like a rider again.

bust my ribs!It may have something to do with the sun peeking out from the clouds and it not raining.

I did a mediocre tempo loop today with my pal Anderson. It was a crisp morning. The routine of getting up at seven, getting the gear together and putting miles in felt good.

I used embrocation. Qoleum hot.

I also tried something different. Rubbed some cayenne on my fingers. Did not help keep them warm.

My pal Dan Action taught me how to make chocolate peanut butter cayenne balls to take on long rides. I should go stock up on the essentials again so I can keep warm on these cold spring mornings.

Oh? What model number is this?The Veloshop is busy as hell! The mechanics are bustling and I am staring at paperwork.

Been staying late most nights. I counter that by leaving early at least once or twice a week to get home and relax a little bit. Once this whole bicycle training thing gets back in full swing, I cannot stay on top of the dishes and the laundry and keeping the bed made.

Oh? What is that white sex in the background?I also installed a prototype Edge fork onto my Vanilla winter trainer. 465 grams with the steerer plug installed! Monocoque (sp?) one piece of carbon fibre from fork tip thru steerer. Amazing.

I’ve been ruminating on how excessive it is to have 2 race bikes and another training bike… maybe I’ll get around to selling my beat up Vanilla cx machine this summer.

Speaking of selling shit, I have a couple pairs of King scandium tubular wheels and a grip of FMB tyres I am looking to sell.

No, I am not over the FMB tyres. But it is PRO to use a tyre once and them sell them to your needy buddies in the off season. No?

Plus I have taxes to pay.

Discussion

9 comments for “I feel like a rider again.”

  1. Taxes,paper work.. I think I’ll go for a ride and coffee.

    Posted by Drew | March 19, 2008, 6:41 pm
  2. Ahhh crap. I may take a pair of those wheels off your hands, depending on $$$.

    Posted by Matt | March 19, 2008, 9:54 pm
  3. if something has to give, i’d recommend skipping the bed making!

    Posted by linebrake | March 20, 2008, 9:44 am
  4. Cayenne on your fingers? Haha, that’s what gloves are for.

    Posted by Greg Bae | March 20, 2008, 1:09 pm
  5. Chocolate Cayene Peanut Butter Balls? Do tell.

    Posted by C9 | March 20, 2008, 3:36 pm
  6. Details on the wheel and tires for sale?

    Posted by itspeedmoore | March 21, 2008, 4:06 pm
  7. Is that an Igleheart Track frame in the background of your photo…oh damn…that’s hot, green with a white fork, where do i get my hands on one of those???

    Posted by Jeremy | March 21, 2008, 7:31 pm
  8. embrocation?…here in sunny socal i am only worried if i have enough suncreen. it must have been a frigid 75-80 today.

    Posted by jeff | March 22, 2008, 1:12 pm
  9. tires and wheels for sale ?!? send me an email? grazie

    Posted by josh | March 23, 2008, 8:34 pm

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