Osmond and his tandoori went awol, but were replaced by the wily Topher, who gave us the honor and rare privilege of personally leading us thru his namesake Topher's Twin-Dolphin Twist (TTT), which replaces the vomitous trash&diesel-fume road to san mateo airport. joining were altendizzorf, marius3, bcizzle, and yours truly, as well as an all-vintage chap from tahoe on a cool orange Merckx and pre-co-opted-by-the-gay-movement rainbow-festooned Spectrum Cycles jersey. marius served him a traditional viking hors d'oeuvre of 25mph leadout thru the foster city perimeter, which seemed to sate his hunger for punishment.
greeted with the usual passive-aggressive "sorry you missed breakfast (sucker!)" signs at no-name, but feasted nonetheless.
On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 11:38 PM, Andreux Fort <email@example.com> wrote:
yes, I'm a pussy. but also a pussy without a road bike, so I sure as
hell ain't riding tomorrow! :/
On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 11:28 PM, Eric Altendorf <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Shifter troubles? Set your derailleur stops and ride 1speed. No
> pussy excuses here Andreux...can't wait to ride w you again.
> Sent from my blackberry over beer at café revolution
> On 3/4/08, Andreux Fort <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 5:55 PM, Scott Crosby <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > SF2G: so for tomorrow 3/5, to paraphrase Lionel Ritchie, we're eeeaaa-say,
> > > easy like Sunday mornin', yeaaaahhhhh...
> > Giancolo Campagnolo has been out making, and then drinking, Limoncello
> > and still hasn't fixed my bloody shifter, so I'm out, unless you want
> > to really take it easy (read: a 4 hour blistering pace).
> > However, it's in the shop and Mr. Campy is in the shop hitting it with
> > a learning device (aka hammer), so with any luck I'll be out
> > complaining about my legs this Friday morning!~
> > Given I'm all out of italian jokes and already fear the wrath
> > o'lorenzo, I'm out.
> > Actually, P.S. Re the Italian jokes, truly I jest: I did meet this old
> > Italian guy who tuned Lamborghinis (almost exclusively). I was
> > encouraged to go visit him (he was my engine tuner back when I had
> > approximately almost enough money for a smokey 1712cc boxer-4 that
> > Alfa Romeo laughably put in an rusty but amazing handling car) one
> > morning about 6am. There he is, tuning the 6 carburetors on the Lambo
> > Miura V12 engine by hand, with his ear hovering over the inlet
> > manifold, listening to the induction and exhaust growls of the carbs
> > going in and out of phase with each other. I don't know about you,
> > but I have enough trouble keeping 2 or 3 signals (like turntables) in
> > phase lock, let alone 6. That he lived in the hills and test-drove
> > exclusively before 7 AM, when the air was crisp (adds horsepower) and
> > traffic was non-existant made it even more of a pleasure to hear those
> > noises.
> > But yeah, cars suck. Ride your bike!
> > --
> > Andreux Fort (email@example.com)
> > I'm riding in AIDS/Lifecycle to support sufferers of HIV/AIDS. You can
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