It was one of those “Well duh!” sort of moments. The times when you suddenly realize something that, in retrospect, should have been obvious all along. And once I did I knew that riding my mountain bike on the streets was going to make me ride better on every bike. Keep reading →
More details are on their Meetup page.
The Sacramento Mountain Bike Skills Park is under construction on a back lot of the Township Nine development between N. 5th St. and N. 7th St. up by the river levee. Randy Spangler of IMBA and Terry Cox of College Cyclery are designing and building the park, starting with a pump track. We will also be working on a single track around the perimeter this Saturday.
So… yea. Been a die-hard, no-knobby-tire-having, lycra-loving roadie for a while. My idea of getting dirty is road grime in the rain. But like all things, I’m open to evidence that may cause me to change my position. So – I present this counter-argument:
A 22-year-old man suffered an erection for seven weeks after a mountain bike crash. The hard-on finally subsided after two weeks of medical treatment in a hospital.
Hmmm… perhaps I stand corrected. *cough* *cough*
Update: And you thought that I had my tongue firmly placed into my cheek – check out this article. Puns abound!
The First Annual Folsom Prison Race Behind Bars is scheduled to take place next month – May 15 – in Folsom CA. The event is run by the same folks that put on the self-proclaimed ‘Greatest race series in the west’ – the Prairie City Race Series. That lineage would suggest that this will be a successful event – both on this first running, and in the future. That is, assuming that racing on prison grounds property doesn’t scare folks away!