Yeah the most lethal thing on two wheels got the " Oh we're sorry your name never came up" in that whole operation puerto thing. He would have won all three last year, and is now ridin' for discovery channel and lookin' for payback. Pick for '07...Stay off Basso's wheel unless you wanna' get your spandex bloodied:) Discovery Channel 07' all three grand tours...Vuelta, the Tour and the Giro. Nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide.
Had to go to the zoo to observe Orangs for class. I know zoos do a ton of good work but I can't stand seein' animals in cages. Orangs are smart and need to roam around. It must seem like being in prison. ZDogg
Cycleworks has had a lot of school/commuter bikes and quite a few of them have been Treks. Soto had a 970 that went by the name of "jet smoothe". 'Gast had 2x 990s. Wills had arguably the nicest with the 8700 carbon and aluminum that was stolen, recovered and then restolen. Mitch and Wills split time on the blue 8000 until the orange monster was gone for good, now it's all Matt. Anyhow, I was just thinkin' about it when I rolled out our bikes for a very cold ride home. ZDogg
Those poor sheep:( forced to spend their life in the Fijian Sun. Anyhow and a message from the guy @ the wheel. ZDogg
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