So let's see what else is new....
The Mercy team will be sporting new colors this season. Going for Blue and White on the kits and bikes . Nice to be back with TREK bikes and Verge clothes again. Tried and true products that all ways works right.
More tales from the bike shop, this bike probably came from a sporting goods store and looks like it's been off road a bit. The funny part is that the piece of black plastic hanging off the rear axle is packing material from when it was shipped new. Can't believe it's still there, they usually fall off just taking the bike out of the box.
THE NEW HOT WHEELS ARE OUT!!!!! Yep, still collecting Hot wheels after all these years. I took some time off collecting cars when I didn't care for their designs but the new batch is pretty good.
Cross season may be over but Belgian Waffle time is forever
Just for the record, I did ride a gravel road last weekend. I can't remember the last time I rode gravel but it was kinda fun.
Two things here you may notice, one is that it's just a bit flatter terrain here than the last post. Second is that field is full of alfalfa blossoms. Every thing is blooming here so if you have allergies you are miserable. Today the tires on my bike were yellow from all the pollen when I was rolling home with Curly.
Looks like Joe and the Elbows boys are getting some notice these days. They got some press in the pages of Road Bike Action magazine recently. Joe had a great race at San Dimas and the team rode well at Redlands.
So now it's nearly April Fools day and time for Flanders. One of the biggest of the Spring Classics and it's live on NBC sports Sunday morning. Yahoo!!!!