The 12-hours at Summit had no singlespeed class on the signup sheet, but there was a singlespeed class at the race. Our ever vigilant pit-crew moved me and a couple other fellow, solo SS'ers out of the general class to the SS class when it was discovered they had separate rankings.
As for Hurkey Creek, I'll be the lone singlespeeder on a team with 4 other gearies, so I'm not too concerned about the classes there.
Maybe they don't know about single speeding in Canada yet? Eh?
It's always the Canadians' fault.
Someone, Canadian, should speek up!
Unless, of course, yer CHICKEN!!! Bwok, bwok bwok bwok bwok bwok.
Man, is that what a chicken sounds like?
I think we'd kick Canada's SS in a race. Maybe a twenty four hour race on single speeds.
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