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Tuesday, January 28

Stymie

Let's see...

Don't know when this happened, but I took it home with me from the short track race Sunday:

Next week will be the third race of the series.  I'm now sitting in second place and have to make a decision as to whether or not to continue in the series.  I only financially committed up front to half of the five races (impossibru, I know), so more money will have to be spent if I choose to chase glory.  Speaking of Chase, he is beating me by two points, which means I would have to win all three races to win the overall, and considering the fact that I can't keep him in sight...

Yeah.

Second impossibru of the day.

This is happening (again):

The KS LEV 27.2 is going back in for more work.  Yes, I just got it back.  Not only is the return rate too slow, the post won't always go all the way back up.  I went for a ride Saturday and had to pinch it between my thighs to pull it up to full height.  Third time will be a charm, right?

Ummmm...

I would post more this morning, but I can't think clearly.  The whole family is up early for a dentist appointment before school starts.  I can hear Arthur on the other side of the double doors...

And outside the other door and down the hall, I can hear this girl beating up on her brother.

So that's that until Thursday and the return of a quiet house...

Nia is singing Wild Kratts now.

Not an environment conducive to writing in the least.

5 comments:

AdamB said...

Are you ready to file KS Lev under "Favorites" right behind Crank Bros? At least CB treats us like humans (not to mention the fact that KS are screwing with a bloggerstarr).

Anonymous said...

More threads like the puppy trail on mtbr passions page..... You already have a puppy mill!

Iron thighs said...

So I'm not the only one who starts his morning with a dose of PBS Kids. Arthur, Wild Kratts, Curious George, Cat in the Hat…

BUCK said...

DOWN with Caillou, that little whiner!

Anonymous said...

Maybe if you were still an industry insider douche, you'd already have one of the Thomson 27.2's. But alas, you've failed me, again.

http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Thomson-Frame-and-Covert-Dropper-Seatpost-Core-Bike-2014.html?trk=rss