is the goal for the next while now that all the traveling is over. Crazy couple days, TT on thursday was a success had 35 racers out between the 3 clubs, for some reason I was staged 2nd last, which made for a lonely TT as all the guys in front of me were one full tt rigs and looking serious. Ed Veal caught me at 2.5 minutes in(2 minutes for him) on his way to a 18:57, he must work out.
Good drive with Orrin, Champ tools designer/owner check out these stands awesome stuff. Got to the show at 2 ish in time for me to get down to work, helping with whatever I could to get the Norco booth looking good. Big thanks to Orrin for the ride,
It was really nice to meet some of the Norco Engineers, and western guys, talk to them a lot via e-mail but the face to face time was awesome. Using my superior hand talking skills to express what Id like to see in the bikes was very succesful.
Saturday was fun, signed a few autographs, and chatted bikes for a while before heading to the Airport to head home. Ran into the EMD Serono (Heavy Evy, Conor and Karl) team heading to TO also. Flight was good no delays, landed and was on the road headed home in 10 minutes.
Today was a blast, Highlands Nordic never dissapoints, the course was great, the weather was great, the Phaser was great, the legs were.... um good, actually after two laps they started to come around a bit. But started to cramp a bit near the end. Wasnt the fastest out there but It was really nice to get a nice solid 2 hour race in the books.
Big thanks to Elizabeth Ross for the feeds, they were most excellent feeds.
Looking forward to some road riding and seeing what kind of form I can get heading into the fall cx/mtb/hill climb/endurance racing season.