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    ... and if we just ... Who let the riff raff in?

    You never know who you might see in your neck of the woods.

    Last edited by celly; 09-27-2004 at 11:04 PM.

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    riff raff

    That's a guy who took a poncy road bike cross country at speed in the '03 TdeF - he's got to be king of the riff raff

    Hate to think what he could do on a real mtb.....

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    Hi tried mtb racing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fred?
    Hi tried mtb racing.
    How'd you do?

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    ... and if we just ... Phil Liggett?!?!?!?

    Who's he interviewing in town? Bones? Skogan?

    Monte

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    Its not often you see Lance in street clothes and Phil Ligget in cycling attire. What was this, a vets race?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBrider
    Its not often you see Lance in street clothes and Phil Ligget in cycling attire. What was this, a vets race?
    As Craig linked to, Lance, "Big Georgie" Hincapie, Phil, Johan and Chris Carmichael were in town raising $$$ for a cancer related charity. Was pretty cool to see so many cycling legends in one place. Phil did the entire 120 km and wasn't too far behind the "peloton" either on the biggest climb of the day. We saw him coming up behind, chatting up a female participant.

    Spike and I hung around the start for a while, then drove up the course about 50 miles and waited a few hours for the riders to come up towards the summit on Highwood Pass. Got one good photo of the group. Lance is sort of visible, some other guy (not George) was doing all the work and got in the way of my photo. They were moving at an unbelievable pace up the pass. Of course, Lance probably hardly broke a sweat because most of the folks he was riding with are far from TDF caliber.

    Fun day.

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    The ride made the news out here in Vancouver, one of those human interest stories they put on towards the end. The feature was on a testicular cancer survivor whose family and friends did the fund raising to get him into the ride.

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