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Got the wheels re-dialed this week so let's see if I can't keep the Gremlins from crawling all over and inside the machine to take me out again. Looking forward to Frisco and firing up the engine again at 10K feet. Got work to do this week on all three seats of the teeter totter as I ramp up for racing goals, family plans and work travel to the 2,240 meter-high Mexico City. Gonna preso-out to a couple of hundred of my close Mexican business associates. Translator and all. Nice. Done this a zillion times in places like Osaka and Sao Paolo too and is fun to have their laughter happen 35 seconds after the joke has been told.

Timmy is planning on make the trip down to Za Reepoobleek for the Wed Am World Championships to have some fun. Weather should be nice still but I feel somthings a brewin' for Frisco this weekend weather-wise so I'll be packing doubles of everything.

Wish me luck that the bikes stay together. I'd ironically love the excuse that the engine wasn't cooperating than the bike.

Reader Comments (3)

ok, i have not raced the frisco track. what is the tire low down


October 1, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous


Are you serious? You probably do not want to solicit advice from me...the guy who's tires blow up or roll off at will. Ha!

If the course is at the Nordic Center, it's a combo of double track and a bit of grass through the infield of the baseball fields. It was smoother than Breck last I remember.

October 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterGreg

hey, i am taking your knowledge of the courses and tire over your recent run of bad luck!!!!

October 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

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