WHILE THERE'S NO I IN TEAM, THERE WAS DEFINITELY A BEE IN SOMEONE'S BIBS THIS MORNING. Who was the guilty son-of-a-gun?
Was it Mark who yelled Roll 'em promptly at 630... creating a huge gap to himself?
Was it Young Kevin who yanked the group up Antonio at 22+?
Was it Mike G who kept attacking anytime a hint of respite presented itself?
Was it one the guys with red Winner sleeves?
Whoever it was, THANK YOU!
The group was finally riding a sensible pace when we got to the bike trail. Conversational. And no one had a hankering for hammering. Which was just perfect for a number of us...
... to PR Live Oak!...
Which reminds me of something I read many, many years ago in Velo News. It was an interview with Kent Bostick regarding his making the '96 Olympic team at the age of 40 something. He said, no matter what I always have one hard day week... regardless of the time of year. That's how I've managed to stay fast.
Which reminds me to remind you that the Master's World Championships is going on at our local Velodrome this week. My friend Dave Prechtl sent me a link featuring Bostick racing the 65+... Dave and his team are going for a repeat World's gold on Friday.
But, back to the bee in the bibs.
Thanks for stinging us all,
it was a good 'un!