The roadmaster is still alive and kickin' in the USA....
Old School VS FREESTYLE....................Oh yea!!!
What? is that an old Super-V Cannondale with what? A Lefty??? That blue classic bike is cool though......it's the new rage all over campus!
Today after class I rode around campus looking at all the bike racks wondering what Mommy and Daddy have sent there loving children off to college with as some other mode of transportation. There were a couple of older bikes that were probably pretty nice back in their day but for the most part all that I saw was low end entry level bikes. I have ran across some sweet messenger fixies but haven't taken any pics yet. About three or four nice road bikes too, nothing exciting.
This weekend holds in store the annual NTMBA club camping trip. We are headed to Douthat State Park near the W.V. and Va. border on I-64. I have never been there so I am passing on riding at round #4 of the collegiate schedule @ Appy State in Boone, N.C. Although the XC and slalom will be held at Lees McRae on Saturday, the DH and short track will be ran on Appy's campus. I'm not riding the nutso XC course again at Lees it was ridiculous. When Wes's dad Bob makes a derogatory comment about a trail then you know it's not good because the goat will ride anywhere. So therefore I will be tucked away in my little tent hopefully having a wonderful time with alot of my buddies riding my bike at a place I have never ridden before, Yea for me!
Here I am in deep ponderous thought absorbing every small noun and verbage reading Native American Literature for my creative writing class. As you can tell from my blog it hasn't kicked in yet (I wouldn't hold your breath either if you're waiting to see an improvement in my blogging- ain't gonna happen). Anywho I got to relax and study at the outdoor concert area in some awesome weather reading my book and writing a one page essay on what I just read. Now to get it converted over to a windows doc file "before I goes to bed".
Also, tonight at the NTMBA meeting David Ramsey gave a power point presentation about the Rocky Fork area and how it was saved from the commercialization of the world so all of the outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy it for the rest of our life, purchased for a mere $40,000,000.00! Thanks Dave!