Thursday, August 12, 2010

How many kits does District Velocity go through in one season?

And why are we so disturbed by this photo?














12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Because apparently that butt has been spending the summer in the closet - get some self tanning lotion on that ass, dude!

Calvini said...

It was even worse when we were called the Bike Wreck.

Tony A. said...

An embarrassing photo, no doubt, but I remember a number of crashes in the Cat 3s at Fort Ritchie, none of which involved us.

So, what's your beef with us, Dropped? I thought we let bygones be bygones after I drilled 'n' dropped your mom.

dropped said...

no beef. you guys just crash a lot!

but now you talkin' about mommas.....

Anonymous said...

Caption: "Racing unattached in 2011"

Anonymous said...

Is there an Amber Alert out there for that kid in the background? Betting yes.

Undropped said...

Ok; so that's me.

A bunch of guys went down. None of whom were from District Velocity. As I rode through the crash, I hit an airborne bike; I didn't go down, which is more than several behind me could say. I went on to finish the race, which is more than many could say.

And wouldn't you all be more worried if I had a nicely tanned ass?

Not my sexiest photo though, I'll grant you.

Tim Rugg said...

I'll be haunted by that smirk forever...

Glad you got your Bike Wreck initiation over with.

Res Firma said...

How'd that crash happen? Perhaps it's best to "don't ask, don't tell"...lol jk

Undropped said...

Maybe I shouldn't have gotten those shorts stitched up. I could've ridden like that for the rest of the season - and got a YGD tattoo on my ass that showed through the tear - so that as I dropped people, they'd know what's what.

Would be better than socks.
(hey, it's been a whole 24 hours since YGD mentioned the socks...)

Greg Grosicki said...

only thing worse than humpty dumpty on a wall?
2 bike rack riders next to each other in a race.

The Whip said...

I guess you only get to see them from behind though, looking at your race results..

http://usacycling.org/results/index.php?compid=288983