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Time trials and wedding rings
Friday, June 4, 2010 - Race Reports
Sutton This little girl is a resident of our host house here in Hood River. I'm her favorite bike racer because I give her yellow shirts. In fact, her and her brother have yellow jerseys from the last four Mt. Hood Cycling Classics, all provided by Bissell riders.

This morning at breakfast the crush went a bit too far as she insisted I take off my wedding ring. Why? Because she wanted to wear it. This one is going to be serious trouble in about 10 years.

As for the time trial today, well, it was windy and I got second. I felt I rode it well, but some days there is someone better.

Now I'm 14 second behind Marc De Maar. Some of you may recognize this situation as the opposite of last year. Back then I was leading Chris Baldwin by 13 seconds at this point in the race.

As for tomorrow's road race, the team is going to take a hint from Dwight Schrute:

They say that no man is an island. False. I am an island, and this island is volcanic, and it is about to erupt with the molten hot lava of strategy.

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Chaz Michael Michael\'s dad
Friday, June 4, 2010, 11:41 pm
Paul, don't think you are Megadesk...you have to BE Megadesk! You are Megadesk!
btw, my 4 digit code is WWGD...I think this is a sign...What would 'G' do? Well, you Paul Mach, are G and I think you've got something for the queen stage.

Saturday, June 5, 2010, 8:23 am
Fact-Paul Mach uses beet juice in his bottles.

Tod LeFevre
Saturday, July 31, 2010, 7:25 am

Good News, Cassell defended his title at the MT. Hood Kids race last night, he won the eight yr. old big race. His buddies that he beat last year who came back with revenge couldn't hang with him on the 4 lap race. Sutton did great but was caught up on traffic and helped a little boy back on his bike so she ended up finishing 4th in the 4 year olds. All is well here and glad you survived Cascade with only a "minor flesh wound."
All the Best, The LeFevre's

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