Non Dual Bliss
OK, since some of us are in the working poor category and can't take long racing vacations in idyllic Crested Butte, we're going to have to rely on your race reports. Let's have 'em!
It's not fit for forum consumption - let's just say it involved half dozen midgets, a vat of bacon grease, three marmots, a roll of visquene and a hookah (not to be confused with a hooker)..thumper. said:What was the mistake hours before your race?
Kyle's a great guy, uncorked a great run to, only 8 seconds off of the fastest pro time. Was a beautiful weekend, hot dry and dusty. I got to discover how much damage you can do to your bike on an "easy" course if you land just right.... was still a great time. scottSylentK said:Big thanks to teammate Poppa Patterson and Yeti team Semi-Pro/Jr. X rider Kyle Kendall (who ended up winning Semi Pro!!) for the hand in pumping the tiny tube up to proper psi in a 2.5" DH tire. I ended up making it to the starting line just in time to put my goggles on and hear, "and in 5,4,3,2,1...GO" :
Wow, Jerry, you must be an excellent coach! I've been trying to figure out how to coach someone to not have a mechanical. I'll have to learn that from you sometime! :skep:dbabuser said:I am happy to report with my "coaching" Tony got down a race run with no mechanicals and no crashes.
I believe he was referring to the "coaching" he did early on Saturday. You did some "coaching" too, remember?.thumper. said:Wow, Jerry, you must be an excellent coach! I've been trying to figure out how to coach someone to not have a mechanical. I'll have to learn that from you sometime! :skep: