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Peek a boo

For some reason I can't edit yesterday's post to add some things I forgot....and fix some horrible grammatical mistakes. I was capital T tired last night! Sorry about the run on sentences and "teh" spellings. I had to get up at 5 AM too and am typing this from Mexico City. all 2200 meters high of it. Buenos Dias! I flew in and was staring out the window of the plane and we flew RIGHT over the Olympic velodrome at probably 1000 feet up and could see dudes ripping around the track. Rad.

So here's the Challenge from Saturday. F-ing beat! This tire was BRAND new. Literally installed the day before. Gonna have to study this one closely to see WTF happened:

Peek a boo

Also, had to whip out the spikes. I ran them in an old set of Shimanos 'cause I couldn't get the screws out I put in solely for the purpose of being able to get them out! Ha! I am wee taw ded:
They definitely helped on the run ups this weekend in the rain.

Interlocken is this weekend. I need to eat and rest well while on the road but after my 16 HOUR trip today....which should have taken 5....the stress hath returneth.

Zen. Be zen, Gregoire.

Enjoy the Wednesday Worlds, beeatches.

Reader Comments (2)

yeah that's why I put in my spikes before Frisco in my new shoes, and am afraid to take them out, dry course or not. I think the best solution would be to put in a pair of spikes that have been cut down, so just a bit above the hex head is showing, and this will not get trashed like the slots in a screw head.

see you at Interlocken.

October 15, 2007 | Unregistered Commenterjeff

first ride with those tires, i experienced the same thing. The tire just fell apart!Talk to B about it. The rep needs to see what is happening

good job at Gunni!


October 16, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

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