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We rode Nebo 8/2 and it was in overall good shape. A few trees down, many of the either ride-able or you could go around. A couple are dismount/carries. A few wet spots, but nothing major. I don't ride this trail often, but it's such a good trail!
Man, between I69 and the Millcreek Park, Wap sure does get shit on huh? I know it will all work and the trail system will just end up being different, but it seems like Wap gets bullied and "they" just take whatever they want whenever they want.
Racing...from the novice to seasoned / Re: Louisville CX Championship--anyone going down to spectate?« on: January 18, 2013, 07:27:35 PM »
You don't have to sneak in anything, it's a free-for-all. I will tell you this: don't base your decision to go on whether or not Master's WC is a party or not. I competed in MWC last year and you could hear crickets chirping out there. It was d-e-a-d. But Elite's will be well attended. You have 1 chance in your life to see this. Between gas, your ticket in and some taco bell on the way back it will run you ~$50.
« on: January 04, 2013, 10:46:17 AM »
I just am not (and never have been) a fan of being scored with people I'm not actually racing against. I don't like the idea of finishing 1:59 behind someone and beating them. No doubt Battin, Messer, Tomasz, etc are good and faster than many of us, but we're all "in the same race," we just don't get the chance to actually race "against" them. We're just racing against them on paper.
If you pass a P/E, you know you've made 2minutes up on him, but you can beat someone and not even know it until results are posted. That's weird to me.
If one of those dudes has an off day and beats you by like 5 seconds on the results page, if you had started with him, you would know you're on him and could try to capitalize. But the way it is he's still far enough ahead of you on course that you have no way to know to muster the motivation to go harder.