Saturday, October 31, 2009

Guest rider

Guest gravel grinder Paul "the Furnace Man" Siebert passing through this weekend to play a double header, last night at the Windy Gap Saloon

tonight at 5 Trials Winery for a spooktacular Halloween party, should be a hoot, Paul's been enjoying cranking out some gravel miles on his brand new KONA 29 Unit

Prescription for happiness!

A large dose of Vitamin G...

...washed down with one of these makes for GOOD TIMES!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Perfect day at Potter's Pasture

Lane on the left, CQ on the right rolling along the ridge, Lane tore it up as usual despite having a 2" needle in his kneecap yesterday for a Cortisone shot to get him through State XC at Kearney this coming Friday.

Water break for Tate the trail-hound!

"Oh master...I LOVE Potter's Pasture!"

A young dog & old coyote at rest!

The man, the myth, the legend, Steve Potter

Haulin' ass west back to home, what a day, perfect weather, perfect trails, great way to spend the afternoon, get out & get ya some while the gettins' good!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Big Wheeled Ballyhoo Blues!

It was good while it lasted & then mother nature decided it needed to end! I went out on Friday for about 6 hrs. got a little ride in with my buddy Paul "the Furnaceman" (thanks for entertaining the troops with your guitar) & had to return for the kids' homecoming & that's when the weather turned. Woke up Sat am to 12-14" of snow so didn't make it back, I guess a few stuck it out & one of the best reports is at I'm glad those that showed up had fun & had the window of time that they did to enjoy it.

You can see more pics at too. Thanks to all who helped to make it happen, Chad, Kyle & Paul for the endless hours of trail work, G-Ted for originating the concept & contributing to all things 29" in the bike world, MG for coming down & taking care of lining up donations, Buck for mowing, all the donors, sponsors, George & Patty for your years of mentoring the new cyclists in the area & the kick ass rides & events you help organize & last but not least, Mr. Steve Potter for letting many a motley crew show up & play in his pasture on any given day, thank you all!