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Crits are easy... with a team
Monday, June 8, 2009 - Race Reports
How do they get the pear in there? I was lucky to get some Pear in a Bottle Brandy on the podium yesterday. Lucky because I would've made an ass of myself with Champagne.

The crit went pretty much according to plan. I was a little worried since I'm not a great crit rider, but the team made it easy. Omer, Morgan and Burke rode the front and Graham took care of me whenever I fell out of position or something. My job was to just follow Chris Baldwin around.

We let a break go early so they'd take the time bonuses. Somehow Adam Switters managed to get up there again after his long day yesterday. They stayed away till the finish and had about 34 seconds on the field. I just finished with Baldwin and maintained my lead.

The podium was fun. Lots of people to talk to and pictures to take. I even had to sign some autographs, which was pretty sweet.

Nils had a good day too and managed to move up to 4th in the Masters race. A great week all around for Davis riders.

After the race the wife and I drove up to Seattle to visit some family before they head off for another fishing season. The first one without me in 14 years.

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Monday, June 8, 2009, 2:09 pm
God damnit, even people on my facebook are commenting on your links lol. Dude, I was worried about you for a min there when you missed your pedal at the start and Baldwin started hitting it. Team rode awesome though

Chaz Michael Michael's Dad
Monday, June 8, 2009, 6:45 pm
Paul, it appears that those kids have a better idea what to do with that bottle than you.
Have fun not upsetting the family too much by being there right before they head off to the great white north (alright, so it's not so white right now).

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