Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Ooh, Look at Mr. International Over Here

Today was a swell day. I knew it was going to be good when I dropped an apple first thing this morning, and while fumbling for it, I punched myself right in the nuts. But we're not here to talk about me inadvertently punching myself in the nuts (for a change).

Sorry there is nothing to read here really, BUT WAIT! Don't go away, there's all sorts of crazy silliness to read way up north on The Original Big Ring Blog. You see I did an interview for Craig Barlow, you should totally go check it out, it's right HERE.

Have fun up there in The Land of The Free Health Care and come back and see me tomorrow (so I can redirect you back to Craig for part two of the interview). Craig has a great Blog full of self-depricating humor, race reports, and tales of adventure, I read him daily (or at least every time he posts something). He likes peanut butter and single speed bikes which almost makes us family.



Frenchy aka Bike Boy said...

I am heading to your neck of the woods on the 30th for a wedding:
Given the choice which of these places would you say is the best riding? And do you have any suggestions or recommendations on guides?
Harold Parker- Never been.
Lynne Woods- used to have races there way back in the mid 90's that I remember being fun/hard.

or this loop of haverhill, marblehead, middleton, and berry pond- this sounds like the least structured and could be the most messed up.

Any suggestions would be super appreciated.

Big Bikes said...

I would say go for Harold Parker. NEMBA has been doing some amazing trail building up there. Lynn is good, but it's more a free-riding haven these days.

I'm actually off on the the 30th if you wanna ride...and Sunday there's a super-good race in NH at Fort Rock.