Fun ride Tuesday.
A few got away at the crossover...running thru the stop signs as they yelled, "Car left..."! Very Poindexter of them.
We had a nice little group of fast guys together, which I was forced to drop out of because I evidently have forgotten how to tighten my quick releases properly.
I stood on Gator, and the back wheel decided to pop out of the dropouts. A forced stop, and 15 seconds later, I was back on the bike.
Alas, my group was gone.
I rolled easy up the climb, and waited for the second group, and rolled in with them.
Fatigue was still VERY present from my weekend.
There really isn't one. Last time around, the warranty process took 5 days...TOTAL. Right now, we're standing at 14 days, and I've heard ZERO, other than, "It's covered...".
As soon as I finish this post, I'm hitting Ebay to find a frameset. I mean, I like riding the CX bike, but the Dura-Ace group in my building is getting lonely.
Of course, it could be Cannondale, and I'd be forced to wait for 6-9 months...
I CAN say, with some degree of certainty, that this will be my last plastic bike. Baum is just killing me lately. The problem will be paint choice...
And the HMS Backy-aarrrggghhh-d is nearing completion. I'm waiting for the cargo net, and the ship's wheel to arrive. Got the mast set last night, and the upper deck built in. I feel sorry for the folks who buy our house down the road, b/c this thing is NOT portable, nor easily dismantled.
Junior Management loves it, and that's all that matters to me...
Time to find a frame...