Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Recipe for cycling goodness

So I thought I had some bad P3 powerbars last night, but in the end, once again FT3 served up a recipe for a turn over pie!

2 parts blog bashing
1 dash of work place stress
6 fully kitted riders
1 new trail
1,000,000,000,000 parts dust
2 cups slick as snot pine leaves
1 good tree smack
1 non-existent, yet called, out sharp right turn
1 non illuminated light
3 extreme deals replacement lights
1 swim
Many tacos
A solo ride home

Mix all together and enjoy.

The end result is a reminder that all is right in the world and the that two pedaled machines are the way to go and the friends are friends and that dirt is fun and that well, that Tuesday is only ever six days away.

Until we ride,


  1. Did someone mention my name. heard it was a short one, should have come out. Maybe next time.

  2. That ride report sure captured the essence of the evening.

  3. Lars, are you sure you shook P3 off before you got home. Some of us were not sure (they are just too afraid to call it out - I'm not)

    On another not Martha, how bout this recipe for goodness

  4. I'm glad to hear you are alive and well, Larz. When you didn't join us for the swim we assumed you had rushed home to get your water wings, and that you would still meet us for tacos. B and i waited for you at the Knotthole until Mother Rye's pouring elbow started acting up and she kicked us out. We then dutifully searched the route to your house, the whole time B regaled me with the ancient lore of how Our Dear Ride Leader established FT3. But Bourbon street was quiet, so we guessed you were safe, and must have been playing Tiddlywinks with Peter.