Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Playing In The Sand

Tony, Elvis and myself went out and did an hour of intervals in the sand today. Our techniques have definitely improved in the last few weeks, and for the most part we cleared the sand pit which is probably 50-60 feet long.

By the time we left our drivetrains were sounding pretty crunchy and the sand had scoured the sidewalls of the rims to a bright shine. We worked on a few more skill drills then called it a day.
From what I have been told, Lansing will be a much more technical course this year, which should make up for the lack of elevation change. Only three races left in the series, so make sure you don't miss out on any valuable points!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey guys. In the 'cross packet set up package there may be a few single-hand sledges. There is a yello-hanlded one the it hammer on one side and chisel on other...are real instrument of death. Use it in good health but can you mark it "meshberg" so I can pick it up in woodstock? Thanks kinds gents and good luck with the race this weekend. best, jason at Meshberg dot com