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Here it comes!

8 feet in Tahoe. Holy crap. All that powder and none of mi compodres will be make it up the 80 or 50 to even enjoy it. A million people without power. D'oh!

I say this because THIS is the exact tip of that storm coming in over the Flat Irons:I got out today on one of my final prep rides to get some openers in. I am trying out that Freddy's XTra as well. Holy crap. As I type this my legs are on fire. Swung by the Boulder Res and got in some hot laps on the sand, to get all Mol'd and what not. Felt super good and powered through. I feel like I did in September. I got in just enough to open and feel confident that the fire is still burning and get that taste again of butt-in-seat power to drive through deep sand lap after lap.

On the way back, I got all Kerkove-style with the camera.

My best Jeff K impersonation.

Colorado pavement
Impersonation 2. Could be a Sager though.
Point and shoot
The sizzling is starting from the Freddy's but I can not feel it yet

Stoic. Or: How many k's back to the house? The coffee just presented it self to my chamois. Hello chamois.

Reader Comments (5)


January 5, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJeff Kerkove

3:30 pm the "MEGA" storm is in Steamboat Springs! Spent the day shoveling the roof of our house 3 feet in most places. Was able to build a snow cave that would qualify for a low income property. Thanks for the photo post...yea, just about there I shit myself.

JC Steamboat, Co

January 5, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

Those are pretty dramatic, Greg! You're making yourself an artist, after all. You need some dramatic music to go with them.

Go get'em in Europe!!!

January 6, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCat Johnson

a few things that make it easy to spot a faux-sager:

- i always keep the horizon level
-no asym body parts
-you wouldn't find 26.0 bars on any of my bikes.
-you wouldn't find bar tape with that little square/foam edge look on my bikes. don't know how to do that.

January 7, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterjsager

Ha! Sager, you need to run a clinic on nailing the on-the-bike-self-ports

- i always keep the horizon level
GK: Indeed I am a bit skewed.

-no asym body parts
GK: I'm gonna have to review your pics on this one...

-you wouldn't find 26.0 bars on any of my bikes.
GK: Daaaaaam, Mr. Eyeballs. I guess I gotta re-up my Ritchey sponsorship and perform sexual favors to get some OS stems and bars.

-you wouldn't find bar tape with that little square/foam edge look on my bikes. don't know how to do that.
GK: Worship the square cut off. Stupendously PRO. It's all scissor work, beeatchs.

January 8, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterGreg

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