Tuesday, June 15, 2010

explain

14 comments:

The Chauffeur said...

yeah, we spent some time in the parking lot trying to figure that one out, and then again last night at hains. let's hope he chimes in and puts this to bed, because i'm tired of the speculation. we need facts.

Lydia said...

Sudden cafe mocha storm?

Nate Wilson said...

he went so hard he started sweating mud, some of you guys need to learn how to really go hard!

Drew Armstrong said...

ZOMBIE BIKE ATTACK!!!!!

Pack Phil said...

Mud is more aero than a skinsuit!

The guy overcooked a corner, did an endo, and landed smack into the mud. Apparently he finished the TT, and got an assist from the hose of the local fire department.

"El Carne" said...

He still makes it look good though.

The Cycling Center said...

He's the ultimate trifagalete! Head down, pedaling furiously, Left turn! left turn! OH SHIT!

Cliff said...

I saw another person in the mud on a left hander at Church Creek- I thought I saw a light blue jersey. I think we need reminders that some aero helmets work better when you look "up" and not at your cassette.
I hit those damn rumble strips twice on the final stretch and got a free prostate exam from my saddle- shite that was painful.

Drew Armstrong said...

Give the guy credit--I think I know who it is, and he still put down an hour flat. Not too bad considering he probably spent some time in the pond.

Sigberto said...

...and he broke his hand in the process but finished in an hour and 9 seconds.

Dude still placed 13th among 37 Cat 4s. I guess the rest of them got stuck in the mud?

hfang said...
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hfang said...

Blowout! He was following someone who's water bottle was spiked with ex-lax.

Ryan Simpson said...

Maybe he did an hour because he was drafting a manure truck.

Pete said...

Man, he recovered from a spill and missed the hour by 6 seconds? WHAT A BUNCH OF CRAP :D