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Schababerle

Posted on March 26th, by michael in news. No Comments

Suffering is above, not below.

And everyone thinks that suffering is below.

And everyone wants to rise.

-Antonio Porchia


2011 OSRS#1 Deer Creek – Anne’s Perspective

Posted on March 21st, by james o'loughlin in race reports. 1 Comment

LesbiAnne shares her first 1/2/3 race….

In the pic I’m coming up from back on the right.  I blew past half that pack and knocked off Tierra Kier (powerful Dayton chic) at the line by about 1- 2 inches.  It was so close that I had to dispute the results. The race offficial pulled the video up on the laptop.  While it was insanely close, it was clear that I literally nipped her.   He changed the results and so I finished 9th overall for cat 1,2,3 women.  That doesn’t sound too impressive but this group of 1,2,3 are crazy good.

Rest of race report is as follows.  First lap shifted between hard efforts and stupid slow soft pedaling games.  Three girls got away and Dayton controlled rest of main field so no one chased.  Then another major break at beginning of lap … Read More »


OSRS #1 Deer Creek

Posted on March 21st, by alex in news, race reports, road racing. 2 comments

 

Awesome first race for the hungry men’s and women’s squads.  Anne and Blair both had an excellent showing in the women’s 123.  Definitely going to be on the podium regularly.  The Cat 5 men’s field was dominated early on with a 2 man break.  Adam settled on finishing with the bunch.  Nice work!  The Cat 4 race was a strange race.. many failed break attempts lead to a tired bunch and a the group finally got away on lap 2.  Zach, Matt, and myself remained silent in the rest of the bunch just trying to stay up right through the end.  I’m just happy I finished with the group!  The Cat 3 race sounded brutal from the words of Scott, MC, and Andrew.  Andrew got away with 2 others on the last hill and that group stay away until the … Read More »


Cincinnati Iditarod Race Volunteer

Posted on March 7th, by james o'loughlin in off season shenanigans. No Comments

community service advocates out helping the iditarod


2011 Hueston Woods Road Race by Team Hungry

Posted on March 1st, by james o'loughlin in road racing, upcoming events. 3 comments

2011 Hueston, We Have A Problem Road Race




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