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Monthly Archives: March 2009

What to do?

So here is the problem… DH or moto? I have raced DH for the past 4 years and I have had some great times. I have accomplished a lot and I have left a lot too be accomplished. But, I have reached a sort of mental burn out. I have ridden the same training DH … Continue reading »

Categories: Biking, Dirt Bike | 15 Comments

Wyatt playing in the yard

Wyatt gets the sticker from Doug Ferguson on Vimeo. Wyatt’s Slide from Doug Ferguson on Vimeo.

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Meg’s First Singletrack

I took Friday off. The parent company I work for has decided to close its Knoxville’s business address and has laid off 3 out of the 5 folks that worked ouyt of this office. Luckily I can do software from anywhere so for now I still have a job. Anyway, I decided to take Friday … Continue reading »

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Devils Backbone shuttle

Yesterday Ben, James, Kenan and myself had had enough of the rain and decided to just get out and make something happen. I had done the Devils Backbone trail once before and I was fairly certain it wouldn’t be too wet because of where it was and the local soil. I was right, the track … Continue reading »

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Geritt giving us a education

Geritt Beytagh Training from Doug Ferguson on Vimeo.

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Cold ride

Did a tour of IC Queen yesterday afternoon. It was great in some places and pretty soupy in others. Riding in the cold makes air suspension feel really bad.

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Interesting thing I noticed at the Mid South Hare Scramble Championships. So because I thrashed my bike and pushed myself to complete the two hour mudfest, I was bound and determined to pic up my plaque for 3rd place. As they started to call out the classes, names and placed I noticed there was no … Continue reading »

Categories: Biking | 3 Comments