Sunday, September 21, 2008

The Good Life Gravel Adventure























10 comments:

Taugimba said...

Looked like a great way to spend the day. Nebraskan gravel is looking pretty damn sweet, I hope to join ya'll sometime soon.

MG said...

That was a very fun day. Thank you Cornbread and Stephanie!

Ben said...

Sooo much fun. Sunday morning I said I'd never do something like that again. Now I'm working out how to prep for the next one.

I'm addicted. I blame you. Just FYI ;)

Harp said...

Wish I could have been there. Looked like a good time.

ButchieCantaloupe said...

Looks like everyone had a great day.

Nice work.

d.p. said...

Excellent! Thanks so much for the opportunity.

MG said...

Ben, it was so cool that you persevered to the finish. Way to go, brother!!! I'm stoked to hear that you're more motivated than ever to tackle bigger, longer rides too. You can do it! Steady pace wins the race. (I live and die by that motto on an equal basis, it seems, ironically.)

Dave, thanks again for making the trip. You're an incredible ambassador for the sport of cycling and a super fun guy to hang with... (heh heh... i said 'fun guy'.)

cheers,
mg

Sport said...

Thanks, was a great time. When you thought it would get easier, comes the hills of West Branched Oak Rd. Then turn into a head wind, with some rumbles to cap things off, perfect.

Cornbread said...

Glad everyone had a great time. It was fun to put together. Only one small miscue on the cue sheet. Looking forward to next year already.

PaddyH said...

hamsexy indeed!

looked like a wicked time man!