There was nothing like seeing him come down the freshly watered down course...of course not a pebble moved. Also his stock-trials skills were mad.Fillet-brazed said:I havent seen that tape for years, but I still remember that crash vividly. Yard sale is a great description.
The Tejon Trail Tour? I believe it was '87, coulda been '86? Point to Point ~30+ miles at Mt Pinos...man, thay don't do races like that anymore...Team Yeti was there and one of the prizes was an FTW stem...purdy.Howeler said:I was there too -good times way back when...
Funny you mention Russell (the Muscle) Worley...my riding buddy...he still rips the legs off most humans when he rides.
How true, how true. Race were like festivals back then, more fun and less serious and the pros were all down to earth and friendly. Speaking of all around skills, I remember Scot Nicol competing in the stock trials at the Ross Stage Race in Massachusetts back in '84(?) on a drop bar Ibis. Awesome stuff.JAK said:There was nothing like seeing him come down the freshly watered down course...of course not a pebble moved. Also his stock-trials skills were mad.
Speaking of crashes, The Team Kuwahara fella hit it hard as did Russ WOrley in the same corner of the Kamikaze...Although the crash of Gail Webb on the dual slalom was the gnarliset.
Now if only ~races~ of today had a combined events with Uphill, Downhill, XC, Trials and Dual Slalom...all around skills...
edit...I could be thinking '88...oh the memory