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The way forward...

Building. Rebuilding. Cold mornings. It's all coming into focus mind feels the same way your eyes do when you come out of a movie theater in the mid afternoon on a sunny day. Part of me is thankful it's it pulls me like an anchor each year to get me through. Then, before I know it...'s gone.

And then begin again.

I got out today to practice the skills I love to teach. Sloooooow technique. 1, 2, 3 dismount...1, 2, 3 mount. Repeat. hundres of times. Both sides. One hour. Active recovery.

My ribs still remind me. Am I dumb?

Bikes are coming into shape. Sold one set of Dura Ace and waiting for all the SRAM bits. But got the B bike dialed for now. Anyone locally interested in a set of Dura Ace cranks (175's), BB, 42t ring and dual Wetzikons? Email me if interested.

BCS's Jeremiah and his fandangled tubular stretcher.

B Bike. My training horse. I love it more than ever after my fit. Mmmm.
I dumped my 46c to c Ritchey bars for 44's. WAY better. Classic drop too. Yum.
The TRP EuroX Carbons are ripping. I took KP's advoice and treated the side of my Doogies too with aquaseal.
The A bike still has time. I still dunno when I am coming out to play yet....

Reader Comments (5)

Hup ,hup sunday mornin' we roll


August 30, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

Keller! Fix the tape job on that B Bike, I can see some bar!!

August 31, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterKP

NO thanks on the cranks, but if you've got some tubulars wheels you need to dispense with, I'm all ears.

Reading all your cheerleading (here and elsewhere) on tubies has got me amped to try some out this year. Especially now that Tufo no longer makes the tub-clinchers.

You should write a column about tire choice! Or just let me bend your ear at next week's Weds practice.

Keep up awesome columns.

August 31, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterPhil

The bike is very cool. Is it steel?

September 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterRobert (xcskimt)

Thanks Robert! You can thank my main man Paul Sadoff at Rock Lobster for his creation. This is made from Easton Elite tubing, my other frame (identical to it dimensionally) is US made Easton Scandium.

September 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterGreg

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