spring training!

Any of you crazy kids heading down to Texas this spring for Hell Week? C'mon, everybody's doin' it......


Blogger Pete said...

The heck with Texas, they've got one right in Wisconsin!

12/29/2005 12:41 PM  
Anonymous Stan said...

Riding in Texas with rednecks and pickup trucks. Yum. Seriously, it does sound like it could be a fun time. If I wasn't in California, I might even consider going some time.

12/29/2005 12:58 PM  
Blogger Tim Jackson- Masi Guy said...

I might be racing a road race in Tejas at the end of January. Could be fun...

Actually the riding in Tex-ass is really good in most places.

How's the Pepsi bike coming along?

12/29/2005 1:02 PM  
Blogger annie said...

Yeah, Pete, but that one's in June, which is far too late to do any good. If I was going to wait until racing season was over before doing any spring training (uh, yeah), I'd do BTC instead. Duh!

12/29/2005 1:06 PM  
Blogger annie said...

Oh, and Tim, I might not be able to get parts for the pepsi bike just yet because our clothing orders for spring are due, and the problem with switching teams is that last year's kit is completely useless. Ordinarily I would save my cash by only buying one new pair of shorts, but somehow I'm thinking last year's shorts wouldn't go over so well now. Oh well.

12/29/2005 1:12 PM  
Blogger annie said...

Besides, Pete, look at these people's pictures. It's March, and they're wearing shorts and short sleeves! In MARCH!


12/29/2005 1:19 PM  
Blogger annie said...

let's try that link again

12/29/2005 1:20 PM  
Blogger Pete said...

We could wear shorts and short sleeves in March. I'm considering wearing shorts on the way home tonight after thinking about how overheated I got on the way home last night.

12/29/2005 2:01 PM  
Blogger annie said...

Now that is just silly. I realize we're having a heat wave, but 30 degrees is still not shorts weather. Men are weird.

12/29/2005 2:08 PM  
Blogger Pete said...

It's 36 degrees out and I'm running studded snow tires. Sounds like shorts weather to me.

12/29/2005 2:44 PM  
Anonymous andy said...

my fixie/ss project got outta hand. even with being given a "free" bike I still had to buy:

-fixed/free 700c rear wheel ($70)
-tire and tube to match ($22)
-fixed cog/lockring/freewheel($50)
-44t chainring($25)
-ergo bar ($16/used, though I coulda skipped this)
-bar tape ($10)
That was just the initial expenditure. I have since purchased for said bike:
-fenders ($20)
-Cartridge BB to replace the one I fucked ($11)
-tools to pull out ancient bb ($9)

and truthfully the bike still needs its own front wheel, since the old one is 27". I've been using my front wheel from my set of "training" wheels for my road bike.

12/30/2005 2:32 PM  
Anonymous andy said...

My Trek Fixie

12/30/2005 8:08 PM  
Blogger UltraRob said...

I plan on being there. Nothing like getting some good miles in the warm sun. It's been dry and in the 50s and 60s here of the Front Range of Colorado. No doubt that means it will be 30s and snowy in March here.

1/05/2006 10:22 AM  

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