I really can't complain very much. It's being painted by the students at NCC. I only have to pay for the paint.
I just wanted to add something to fit in.
I'm skipping paint for this year, bike is getting cleaned up, de-stickered, numbers put on and current sponsor stickers and ridden. This fall if I have the cash I'll see about making it pretty.
just open the track.. the weather way too nice
I just traded days with a guy at work. I'll cover his lab so he can go to DC to race someone else's car. He'll cover my lab so I can do Friday practice. .
66 Days Boys!!!!!!!! and girls
Got word last week I won't be at the opener. First April weekend I'll have missed since 2007.
Picking up spare wheels for my rains and a slipper clutch from CSmutty this weekend!
1 step closer...
Pretty sure it was dead or alive...probably seemed appropriate at the time.
Gotta love the classics.
I have to stay away from you guys this year. I need sleeeep.
It was Dead or alive, it was highly appropriate, it was 3am wood cutting with a chain saw (that will not happen again I promise Tommy) and if you arer looking for a boring time, not to eat any food or to talk about the days racing with a group of people that will give you the shirt off thier backs or the parts of thier own bikes than don't stop by there.
You guys are a fun bunch of guys... and very nice. My experience w/the T1a crew/LDR was an essential part of my novice season, a good time, and something that I looked forward to each race weekend. the only problem I ran into was some noise late at night when I had my family up to sleep over. Partly my fault, as I should have just pitched my tent somewhere else for those weekends... . I personally would like to do an official NESR amend w/these guys, and say for my part, I was wrong to write up a pissed off race report mentioning these guys... . I'd like to put it all in the past, and try to be friends again this season. To anyone who is welcomed by these guys, as I was, there really is nothing to be worried about as far as rowdiness... maybe a crashed motorcycle late at night, a wandering drunk dude who may or may not pee near you..., some chainsawing, fireworks, and of course the sing alongs by the campfire... but nothing really that rowdy.
and with that out of the way...
Just got back from GMD and am heading out to the shed to install my new Ohlins ttx shock on the R6 Then Kates is gonna do my forks and a sweet numbers geometry set up, so I'm pretty pumped to be racing a bike with a better set up than last season... How many more days to go???