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Frisco Double header | 10,000 feet of 'cross fun

Frisco Nordic Center tomorrow in scenic Frisco, CO. Just a snowballs throw away from Breckenridge at mad Colorado altitudes. Back to back races this weekend and Dubba, Pilot and I are heading up to get our game on. Should be fun and I'm again indebted to my rad wife for these weekends. It's huge.

The mystery blogger that is Mr. Bike Snob NYC himself sent his readers....and a mass of readers I must M & C on his hilarious regular Friday quiz post. I hope my home boy is retiring because the amount of readers he gets a day is sick. Monitize, yo! His writing speaks for itself and he deserves every amount of readership he gets. It' makes me crap just a wee little bit in my pants when I laugh reading his site.

Lastly, my main man Brian Patrick from On Site Media...the folks who do a boat load of the race coverage you see on Velonews....gave the Boulderites some love in this video clip! Boups using is collegiate running skills is the first guy coming up the run up followed by a focus on Dubba. I'm in the next clip which was the group right after theirs, dangling behind that group the whole frigging race.

Reports from Frisco forthcoming. Huppity hup.

Reader Comments (3)

Was Ben Berden (looks like #32) in Dubba's group? That would have been awesome considering Dubba was rocking Dopers Suck socks. I got lapped by Berden at the National Trophy race in Derby, England last year while on my way to Mol. Thankfully he got beat by Jody Crawford. BTW, nice form and thanks for the Nutted post, I used it at one of our Wednesday night training sessions up here in Seattle. Cheers!

October 3, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterNathan

So, is it some super secret rule of Boulder Cycle Sport that all riders on the team must shoulder their bikes, regardless of the course conditions? Hahaha! Seriously though, great form! I like the underhand grab as you set up for the dismount. Doesn't seem like much to the untrained eye, but I'm sure lap after lap, that split second of not having to readjust your grip adds up to a decent advantage over the next guy.

October 3, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterDan

Yeah! I read the cross tattoo question and thought, "I saw that! It's the guy with the brakes on his feet!" So, while The Snob is great, I was reading M&C first! Cool mention.

October 4, 2009 | Unregistered Commentergarau

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