Entry involves a coloring contest My entry is in the mail. Emma helped a little bit. She has skills. I'm not 40 yet but will be by then. August 20th this year is the big four_zero day for moi...
Oct 1 I ordered the ANT+ updater for my PowerTap MTB hub. This gizmo upgrades the firmware in the hub such that it transmits on 2 channels: 1 to the power tap computer head, the other channel on ANT+ sport. The ANT+ channel is a semi-open protocol and several devices speak the language. Among them […]
I love my Siren SS. The bike feels as good and natural as anything I've ever ridden. Bike and rider blur on this steed. Yet, racing it in a geared class is a losing proposition. If there's one thing I learned racing TransRockies on a SS, it's that going with one gear is a major […]
In '06 we killed TR. It was the season's #1 goal. Coming back for the second time we had no such ambitions. In fact, our sole goal was to finish. Of course, we were riding SS bikes - and to my knowledge a 7 day stage race has never been done by a woman and […]
Last Saturday was the annual running of the Kaibab Monster Cross on the Kaibab plateau. We had tossed around several incarnations of how to do this one...how it ended up was that I raced, Lynda & the kids explored the North Rim, then the day after the race we switched roles. It was a blissful, […]
Siren Mary, Brendan, and Matt stopped by for a bit yesterday. They are on their way to Banff for Mary's start to Tour Divide. Mary looks so good!!! Calm, strong, witty, she's in a great space leading to this most epic of epics. We talked strategy and equipment...they even pulled her bike off the car […]
ooooooh aaahhhh purty
On Sunday Lynda and I set out to put in a fast time on the Kokopelli trail on our single speed Konas. The punchline: we both finished in record time, LW @ 15:21 and DH @ 13:19. It was a day of 2 Epic love! Here's the nitty gritty. ---------------------------------------------------- Last weekend - when many riders […]