Monday, May 21, 2007

Woo Hoo!



Here at FBC we like to have fun. The word of the day was Woo Hoo! This downhill is dried out and real sandy this time of year, but the high speed keeps you on top of the sand. Although the bottom was a bit treacherous...the bikes were swapping back and forth.

I also tried a new tire combo today. I put the Specialized Resolution 2.1 up front, and a Hutchison Python 2.0 in the rear. This tire combo dropped my hardtail into the 25 pound range, and the bike felt zippier; however, the level of control went down. I was a little crazy coming down the sand hill, and I couldn't attack the rocks like I could before. I felt like I had to be real gentle in the sand over hard pack too. I'd like to experiment with the combo more, but will probably change the tires again for my ride with Kristy on Wednesday. I'm taking Wednesday off work to go ride The Flume Trail!

I also threw away an old half eaten Clif bar that was at the bottom of my gear bag. I thought I might actually eat it some day, but I think I waited too long. It was still soft and pliable. That means it's still good right? Better safe than sorry...

6 comments:

Marcus said...

8.5 on the fun meter

shawnkielty said...

I never eat Clif Bars, really, even if they are melted. That sounds like a fun ride.

Thanks for the link -- btw.

Jeff said...

Peanut Toffee Buzz is my favorite Clif Bar at the moment. I eat a lot of them!

lauren said...

peanut toffee buzz?! isn't that the caffinated one?

Jeff said...

Yeah. It says it's naturally caffeinated with green tea, so I doubt there's much punch to it. You probably get more caffeine from smelling a cup of coffee from Starbucks. It tastes good though!

Scott said...

I can remember doing a spectacular endo the 1st day I rode my new Blur on that same downhill. No damage to either bike or body. Suppose the excitement of a new bike got in the way of the fact that one of those corners is sharper than it looks.