Wednesday, November 26, 2008

New skill....

If the economy continues to head south, we may all need to learn new skills. Personally, I see myself as a brick stacker. When all the financial institutions collapse there will be a lot of bricks to stack.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Bike Hero

Bicycle + Guitar Hero = Bike Hero

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

A couple more.....

I stole these from Lucas. He makes my feeble attempt at photography look silly.


Saturday, November 15, 2008

May I have your attention please........

I don't have time at the moment to post pictures of the Goathead Cranksgiving, but I would like to announce that all gas stations within a 4 mile radius of Bike Masters are currently out of peanut-butter and jelly. Please stay tuned for updates.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Sunday at L&C

A chill in the air, leaves on the trail, hills, setting sun, Goatheads on their bikes...

Monday, November 10, 2008

Monday, November 03, 2008

November Surprise

The last month of fall is starting with some great weather. I decided to take full advantage of this and got two days of mtn. biking in. First off, Tranquility was great. They T.H.O.R. people of that trail put in a nice re-route. Lately in Omaha it seems like every re-route has some how made the trail easier. Lumpy put it best describing the new route, "you could actually get hurt". Again, great job Tranquility T.H.O.R. members. J.A. and I did a lap and met up with Lumpy for lap two. A-train where were you?
Yesterday, the wife and I hit Manawa. I forgot that we gained an hour of sleep, but lost an hour of light. We hit the trail at about 4:45 and that was almost too late. Some of the TTF sections that had been lost to the flooding have been replaced. Great job trail dudes (i.e. T.H.O.R.). My wife really does prefer Manawa to Swanson (something about hills). She also learned the art of the bail out. While attempting the TTF bridge (lack of a better term), she got stuck and began to fall. While starting to fall she flung herself over her bike and landed on two feet and still held on to her bike. I am not sure how she did that, but it was impressive.
Next up Cranksgiving. The Goatheads plan on sending a contigent and they hope to see you there.