Red Rock you guy are the shiz. This was a GREAT RACE. Anyone who thought this was not going to be fun nor hard was WRONG!!!! This was shch a fun race and man was it hard.
Yeah, she had some kick-azz jewelry! Once I was done racing, I got my Girl on, and grabbed a few of her items- a bracelet and a ring. Thanks for posting her site, since by the time I got around to shopping (drinking was the priority... I mean, let's not get CRAZY; there was beer to be consumed first!!), it was rather picked-over.DurtGurl said:And then there was Kim's biking jewelry... Visit theouterlinks.com to see her fine goods. She's in Mesa and does beautiful work!! Check out my new necklace made from brake housing in the pic I took of myself suffering around mile 20... I also got one of her bracelets. Thanks Kim!
I'm not sure... never asked, didn't really read the rules beyond "must wear helmet". Tuneage really helped tick away those long 26 roadie miles... I was by myself most of the time except when I was sailing past XC dudes and dudettes on the rocky DHs or getting passed by *everyone* on the uphillssurfndav said:Hey Kathleen, I see you were wearing headphones in self-portrait. Was that allowed, or were you just rockin the establishment?
You caught me on that one. I purposely avoided this event because I'm NOT pro legalization when it comes to 200lb or more.Noelg said:I noticed that too Dave! And to think I used to get poo-pooed for wearing mine, Durtgurl! :thumbsup:
(Note: not an attempt to hijack this thread into a debate on how ghey wearing tunes is and whether said tunes are better with safety breaks, etc. etc...)
Don't tweak the times too much, I want a shot at a second buckle!!99erz said:Thanks for racing with us and the positive comments. We will be tweeking the buckle times...for 2010 (hopefully we can get back there) and a few other things to make it smoother for you all.
Here are some pics.
My GPS is telling me 1945ft on the 1st lap and 1977ft on the 2nd lap.chollaball said:Good event and good times. 2 :thumbsup: :thumbsup: Definitely would like to do it again.
curious - my gps came out close to 2200vf per lap. Anyone else?
I had 8335 total over 4 laps, so just under 2100 per lap per my computer. 106 miles also (that 2 extra miles hurt!!)chollaball said:curious - my gps came out close to 2200vf per lap. Anyone else?