Thoughts from the runner: "Other than being touched that Chris includes me in his blog, a forum for his professional athletic exploits, the most remarkable part of this outrageous event occurred at around mile 46. Chris came riding up the trail like a knight--his middle name, indeed. I was so frustrated about running off course, losing places among the women along with the prospect of a sub-10-hour race, that I was petulantly kicking stones. Chris wouldn't let me sag. He sang cute little songs and augmented my spirits from crabby to elated."
Now we're off to Crested Butte. Amy is going to sit in cold water and take naps. I'm going to fall off my bicycle.
Tour de Placer Roubaix Goes for Three - This past weekend Victory Velo bike shop in Auburn, California, put on the third annual Tour de Placer Roubaix. The event, which is a benefit for the loca...
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