Sunday, April 27, 2008

FYI Jack 'n' Back

Check it out while it lasts ! FOGBEES are #1 on team list for contributions ( due to early participation and early registration and a few early donations ). Go to the MS site and observe our team name at top of list of teams. Might as well celebrate before the big corporate teams swarm us.

Saturday, April 26, 2008


HEY GUYS! Well it's good to see your riding today. Tampa has been great, sunny, high 80's and lots of hockey. Sorry to report we lost all three days 2-3, 1-2 and 0-6 to the champs. Great teammates from Canada; we had a beer party and b-bque yesterday on the Gulf of Mexico beach and I got to have dinner with my uncle that I have not seen in 5 years who lives a few hours north of here. I miss you guys and look forward to riding next week although I heard it was going to get cold (is that true?) Well take care and have fun at Big L's.

PS: No I didn't drink beer down here (but I was tempted)

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Teen Court Scholarships Awarded

Gary (Board Member of Mary Ann Williams Scholarship) does more than leaving us stare at his rear wheel & spinning out to the Oldies. See story Page 17 of Star News, April 23, 2008.

Words to Ride By

"Cyclists have a right to the road too, you noisy, polluting, inconsiderate maniacs! I hope gas goes up to eight bucks a gallon!" . . . Words of Wisdom from

Monday, April 21, 2008

Sunday, April 13, 2008

3-Day Tour

All POSTS & COMMENTS for 3-Day Tour moved to its Web Page (click here to see). Also, view Bruce's pictures as a PhotoShow (Phil Style).

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Shelby Bottoms/Stone River Ride

What a great Greenway System! Ride pictures are on Web Page. Click here to view. Bruce also delivered an edited set of 3-Day Tour pictures. I am going to try a Vickery Slide show with them.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

The Doping Dilemma

. . .Nothing is more physically crushing and psychologically demoralizing than getting dropped on a climb. With searing lungs and burning legs, your body hunches over the handlebars as you struggle to stay with the leader. Once you come off the back of the pack, the drive to push harder is gone. About halfway up a leg-breaking climb, that familiar wave of crushing fatigue sweeps through your legs as you gulp for oxygen in the struggle to hang on.
. . .Cyclists on the 1984 U.S. Olympic cycling team told how they had injected themselves with extra blood before races, either their own or that of someone else with the same blood type. “Blood doping,” as the practice is called, was not banned at the time. . . Click the title to read more.