Wednesday, November 17, 2010
The Queen City Throwdown
The major feature this year was the steep run up at the start which was ultimately towards the end of each lap once the races were underway. After that it was high speed straightaways, technical off camber turns and into the triple sandpits of doom. A heavy, non-race spectator turnout made racing your bike feel like being part of an exciting show. Thank you to all of you who cheered for me while I went from having a breakout race to a less than stellar 15th place. Thanks to all of you even if you called me "Bob" or "Jeff" every time you cheered for me. I'll take it, I'm not proud.
As 'cross season heats up through the winter, the bike business begins to enter its usual slow period. I want to take a moment to invite you to stop by and visit; we've always wanted our shop to be a place to just come, hang out, talk about bikes or whatever. Also, we have several things in the works for this winter as well:
Check out our online store! Help us spread the word and if you happen to see one of our models out on the bike, please give them a compliment (they are a little self-conscious).
Bike mechanic classes are coming! Many people have expressed interest in a basic bike mechanic class and we will be offering several through the cold and dark times of winter. Already know the basics? We've got you covered on that as well. We'll be offering an advanced mechanic class to help further your knowledge and help you maintain your fine cycling machine. Details will be coming soon.
If you haven't joined our Facebook fan page, followed us on Twitter or signed up for our newsletter, please take a moment to do so. This is a great way to stay in touch with the latest goings on of the shop.