Got in a few rides while I was there. The first one was when there was a few inches of snow on the ground. The trails were awesome and Coach and I had a great time. Then it got warm and melted everything. Next time out on the same trials we rode the edges as the center of the trail was solid ice. MA, Coach, and I still got in 2 hrs at 27 degrees, not too bad.
Christmas with the boys was a riot as usual. Too many cool toys to list but these made me laugh. Night vision goggles, cheap plastic, but they do actually work. Caught them sitting on the couch looking like the tech geeks from the movie Sixteen Candles.
Did a UNL Campus tour with they boys. Nancy got to show the kids the building where she taught, I got to show them the fountains near campus that I used to ride my MTB into. Passed on showing them the O street bar scene that led to the fountain incident. Those were the days.
I don't know what else to call it. The trail is so worn in that it's like a 10 inch wide ditch that's 6 inches deep. For you KC crew it's like the trail at Minor that's down by the river. At Minor it's a short section, in Lincoln it lasts 7 miles. The guys in Lincoln can ride this stuff at warp speed and never get off line, amazing.
Sounds like Chris is having a great time in Belgium. Go to http://www.eurocrosscamp.com/ to see more.
I don't see this as a great idea, I don't care how much mud you have on your bike!
Wow, a Brad Cole sighting at Boss Cross 3. Wish I had the time to get out there but I just had too much going on after a late return to KC Saturday night. Looking a Roger's pictures it looks like it was a mudder. I heard stories of Brad running and Shadd riding many sections of the course. Brutal no matter how you did it.
Heck, I had to wash the cars late Sunday and decided to finishe cleaning the mud off my wheels from Nationals.
I've got the kids this week but Wednesday's cross race is a possibility. Wonder how many people will make it?