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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Triple Bypass 2006

Registration is open. They are capping the number of riders at 3,500. First come, first served. Sign up (I did). Time to go for it.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Euro no more, Yankee not yet

Passing the test today was the last step before becoming a US citizen. I correctly identified July 4th as independence day, the supreme court as the judiciary arm of government, and 4 other rather trivial issues. Also, I could correctly read and pronounce "the boy likes to ride his bike" and write "the girl is happy to be outside". Man, no wonder there are so many illegals, dat tezt wuz hoard, jentlemen. I cud not du it wizout Dirt teksting mee ze anzurs.

Anyway, here's the current status:

Citizenship Ceremonies:
You will be given notice of when to appear for your citizenship ceremony within 6-8 weeks after your approval notice. Citizenship ceremonies are held on Thursday and Friday afternoons at the Satellite Office located at 12000 E. 47th Avenue (diagonally across the street from the District Office

Should happen sometime late February or early March. Then, I will be free to wear my speedo without persecution. I will be free to do my Dutch altitude training without fear of deportation. I will be free to vote for Dirt in the next election. Is this a great country, or what????

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Quite the line up

The tour of california starts next month and today they announced the team that will toe the line.

Tour of California route, teams announced
Team CSC (Den)
Discovery Channel (USA)
Phonak (Swi)
Gerolsteiner (G)
Davitamon-Lotto (B)
Prodir-Saunier Duval (Sp)
Credit Agricole (F)
T-Mobile (G)
Health Net-Maxxis (USA)
Navigators (USA)
Colavita-Sutter Home (USA)
United Pro Cycling Team (USA)
Kodakgallery.com-Sierra Nevada (USA)
Jelly Belly (USA)
KB Home Mexican National Team (Mex)

Pretty cool line up. Although, I find it wild that one of my former employers is sponsoring the Mexican National Team.

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

top speed

"I reached a nice top speed down the finish straight - 75 kilometers an hour, not too bad," he said.

That's in a sprint, McEwen talking. How's that on the downhill?

By the way, Dirt, how was skiing and did you ride sunday? monday?

Hammerson, did you ride the new compacts yet?

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Jim Price died here.

Friday, January 06, 2006


Originally uploaded by RideTrek.
Why not?

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Think Goals, Not Resolutions

Decent article from Chris Brewer on the Paceline today. My favorite paragraph:

Sure, riding across the good ol' U.S. of A. is a pretty cool concept, but as a cancer survivor (TC Class of '96, school motto, "Real men only need one") the opportunity to not only ride but do it to help in the fight against this damn disease was HUGE to me. Why was this one of the keys in my transformation? Achieving this goal was so important to me it overrode many of the bad habits I had in my life. I had a running joke that "…if you ride 300--400 miles a week, quit drinking alcohol and eating junk food, the weight just drops right off!"

Think Goals, Not Resolutions

Hint: TC = testicular cancer

Sunday, January 01, 2006

Dude, you are going the wrong way

Check out this cool rig some dude thought would be a good idea. As you know, I love all concepts of bike. I even love the thought of this weird contraption.

I wanna be a bike...

Check out what fine things come from Australia...


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