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She's showing her face, that Spring she is. Signs abound. 53 degrees at 10 PM. Bulbs bulging their way to leafdom. The signs are there.

Maybe the signs will indicate when I'll be fast again. Oh, wait, I suppose I've got to apply some pressure to the pedals and watch those funny little numbers on that PowerTap go up and stay up. For months.

I'm riding, less training these days. That all begins May 1 provided the other things swirling around my personal ecosystem work their way towards resolution. And even with that, could affect my May 1 kickoff. But I swear to you that I still ache in a bad way when I am getting in my efforts now. True, deep bone and muscle ache...and not that sweet ache you get from cracking/tearing the muscles during the first few workouts, but the type that is like someone banging a garbage can with an Easton bat to get my attention...telling me that 'your shit's not right.' Couple of muscle sessions with the WB's guy should straighten me out.

The 29er parts are in! All shiney new 2008 XTR and Ritchey bits for the Ahrens. More mountain biking will make me a less surly man. The Signs indicate that less surly are needed and are soon to be had.

Reader Comments (3)

The Ahrens will be built just in time for the Fruita epic. Yes, Spring has arrived. I'm looking forward to it. JG

March 25, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Guillaume

I just built up a niner MCR with XT disc components and a Reba fork then rode it all over Arastradero -
Greg, you will not be disappointed.

March 25, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterPaul Guerra

Hearing you say you're shooting for a May 1st kickoff to the real training makes me feel a bit better for being so slack as of late...not like I've had much choice...

March 25, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterWes at East Coasters

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