Saturday, January 09, 2010

SUNDAY, SUNDAY, SUNDAY (use your big monster truck voice when reading this)

Or Shabbos plus one or what ever you MITMON guys call it. The gravel road is calling and the weather looks good enough to break that cabin fever that is bringing you down. This ride promises to be 10 x more exciting then the dribble you'll find on Sweet Home Alhomoha, i.e."I'm in base three, I rode two hours on my trainer in zone 2, blah, blah, blah, zzzzzzzz. Yes, Brian I am calling you out.

Specifics: we'll leave from my house at 1:00 and take the long route, 50ish miles, approximately 4,000' of elevation gain and depending on the group three hours of ride time.

So whose in?


27 comments:

Sean said...

I could be down for that. Where is the departure point and what is the pace gonna be like?

Mike Miles said...

In... Munson you want a ride?

bryan said...

feels like temperature at noon: 6 degrees. Uh, no. Don't have the gear (or desire) for that. I'll get my work in. I'll just be warmer.

Shim said...

You forgot one other thing you lack, BALLS, come on get them out of the closet.

depart from 5224 Lake Forest Drive, Papillion.

bryan said...

Read it again: I do not have the gear for a three-hour ride in single-digit temperatures. I'm more than ready for a three-hour ride on gravel, but not in those temperatures. Sorry I'm not tough enough for you.

KEV said...

I'll be there.

Bryan I think TO may stock some gear?

Also riding on snow covered roads is great for handling skills...hows the trainer for that?

bryan said...

sorry, I'm not going to blow a few hundred bucks to ride gravel once or twice a month. I don't like you guys that much.

KEV said...

That hurts...now I'm just going to race in the gray kit.

MOD said...

In

Anonymous said...

Consider audience. Riding dry pavement should be good for some peoples handling skills.

Joshua Stamper said...

I am game, but google maps lists Lake Forest Drive as 53rd st off of Timberlake Dr. is that right?

Mike Miles said...

Nice to see you Anonymous. Maybe you could post your name next time.

Shim said...

just west of Timberidge.

Sean said...

Sorry, I'm out. Had a friend fly in from out of town.

The Lucas said...

Shim, no one cares about your old balls. If I wasn't working, I'd slap you with my single speed then demand seconds! Oh, then bury you under an IHOP (all you can eat pancakes) table. Enjoy the ice troughs, boys!

Shim said...

Luke maybe another time soon, I'm psyc'd for the challenge.

Now Brian, this could be the best two bills you ever spend, I get far more value from my winter gear than anything else I own. One nice jacket i.e Pearl Kodiak,a base layer and a pair of amfib tights and your set. As a shop manager I'm sure you were already aware of that.

You live in Nebraska, these items will get used and they last for years.

KEV said...

+Winter shoes, gloves, and a thermal cap.

McG said...

Any straight guys ride this gravel or just you homos?

bryan said...

it's the shoes thing, Shim. I have the other stuff. And the shoes we have -- PI Barrier GTX -- I don't like. They don't fit me right.

I'll get my work in, don't worry.

Shim said...

I have two pair of winter shoes, what size do you wear? Brady and a lot of people just use covers. I'm sure you'll get the work in, I'm just trying to add some spice to your life. I know how dreadfully boring a trainer ride in the basement is and how much I want to slit my wrist after the first 10 minutes of one.

MOD said...

You need a trainer to slit your wrist. I thought getting out bed made you want to do that?

bryan said...

yeah ... I wear 47s or 48s. Don't think your hooves are that big. Thanks for the offer, though.

Shim said...

It was a great ride, not too cold and no slop an how about that scenery?

RF said...

Indeed it was awesome. Thanks Shim.

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