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Friday, September 23, 2016

It's Only Been Eight Months

Looking at my last post, I did what I said I would do. I did some long rides this summer. No entry fees were paid. I rode from the house instead of putting the bicycle on the car. That all changes starting tomorrow when we load the bicycles up in the van and pay our entry fees. It is cyclocross season. It is going to be muddy. Good.

I wish for a new cyclocross rule, the one that would not allow bicycle changes. One bicycle only. You have to start, ride, and finish the race on just one bicycle. If you want to stop and spray the mud off, fine. Just no pit bikes.

2 comments:

  1. My 13 year old daughter's bike was stolen and I am contacting all the bike shops in Northern Utah to see if we can find it. It is a 2015 Raleigh Eva 3, white front fork the rest of the bike is teal. It has disk brakes instead of the regular hand brakes. The front tire was really flat and with disk brakes it is really hard to change so I figure they would have taken it to a bike shop. We had it locked up to the railing of our house. We bought a really nice lock from our local bike shop but they took a hammer to it and smashed the lock to pieces. My bike, a Specialized Expedition, was locked up with it and they only took hers so we figure it was taken to give as a Christmas gift or they would have taken mine also. I tried to link a picture but it wouldn't work. My name is Denyehl Jones 435-730-1985 from Brigham City. The officer on this case is Det. Weeks case #16B09441. Any help you could give us would be really appreciated, I know this sounds cheesy; but it really was stolen on her 13th birthday. We have been checking all the classifieds on facebook and are having no luck. Thank you.

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  2. Denyehl, I am sorry for the late reply, my shop is closed and I have not checked the blog of late. I hope you recovered your daughter's bicycle.

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