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    Crash pics/Caption contest!!

    Thanks to my boy Josh / Darkhelmet for taking these great pics!!
    It was at a race two weeks ago at a place called Bonelli Park in San Dimas. It was a great race!! No real injuries to talk about(kinda)... Have fun...

    HUGH
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    Pic.1> Dam it I just washed my bike!!!

    Pic. 2> I can still save this!!!

    Pic. 3> (looking in the reflection of the water, smiling, and thinking) These shorts DO make my butt look big!!!!

    Pic. 4> AAAAAGGGGHHHHHH!!!!! Screw it I'm tired I'm taking a nap!!!

    HUGH

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    ...did I turn the stove off?....WAAAAAAT THAAAA FOOOOOOCK!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUGH
    Thanks to my boy Josh / Darkhelmet for taking these great pics!!
    It was at a race two weeks ago at a place called Bonelli Park in San Dimas. It was a great race!! No real injuries to talk about(kinda)... Have fun...

    HUGH
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    Good job! Great photos!

    Hugh,
    Great photos! That crossing is the BEST photo op spot on the course!

    Having friends on the course photographing doesn't always capture our greater momemts....

    Hope you're doing well.
    Jim

    Two years ago at Rim Nordic....


    Quote Originally Posted by HUGH
    Thanks to my boy Josh / Darkhelmet for taking these great pics!!
    It was at a race two weeks ago at a place called Bonelli Park in San Dimas. It was a great race!! No real injuries to talk about(kinda)... Have fun...

    HUGH
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    KEEP FEET CLEAR OF DISC ROTORS.

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    News Release: Hugh Unveils....

    Quote Originally Posted by HUGH
    Thanks to my boy Josh / Darkhelmet for taking these great pics!!
    It was at a race two weeks ago at a place called Bonelli Park in San Dimas. It was a great race!! No real injuries to talk about(kinda)... Have fun...

    HUGH
    New cyclocross dismount technique introduced at Boneli Park. According to Hugh, this dismount technique typically results in excess publicity amd exposure based on Murphy's Law. "The advantage", Hugh states, "is that a rider can determine his or her position compared to trailing riders while still effectively dismounting from their bike."

    Step #1
    Unclip from the drive side and prepare to hi side by bringing your weight forward.

    Step #2
    Hi side the bike and bring your left leg over the handlebars to prepare for the dismount and roll.

    Step #3
    Tuck your right shoulder and prepare to roll through the dismount. Note: More effective riders actually keep their left leg underneath the bike in order to kick back (like a hamstring curl) the bike and save valuable seconds in remounting.

    While preparing the dismount roll, be sure to duck your head in order to begin to determine your placement compared to trailing riders.

    Step #4
    Tuck and roll while checking the position of trailing riders. Be sure to carry your rolling momentum through to pick up the bike and remount in one fluid motion.

    Hugh is careful to point out that this technique, while effective takes some practice. "Keep at it!" Hugh recommends, "This move takes some time and practice to accomplish, but once you get it, you're sure to notice trailing riders better and the amount of pictures taken of you during a race will increase dramatically. The latter could be extremely important for up and coming riders searching for sponsorship."

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    ooh, somebody's gonna fark that first one into a Riverdance thing

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    As great as you said!
    ouch!
    And by the way...let's cover the important stuff...
    Did you scratch the bars or rip the saddle?

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    the price of a fall..

    Quote Originally Posted by HUGH
    Thanks to my boy Josh / Darkhelmet for taking these great pics!!
    It was at a race two weeks ago at a place called Bonelli Park in San Dimas. It was a great race!! No real injuries to talk about(kinda)... Have fun...

    HUGH
    Picture #1) Front end wheelie; maybe worth the price of a phone call

    Picture #2) Leg caught between the the front wheel and down tube; maybe worth a cup of coffee.

    Picture #3) The moment before a head dab; maybe worth the price of admission.

    Picture #4) Taking a moment to think how much better you felt 5 seconds ago; priceless.

    Hope it didn't hurt too much,

    1G1G, Brad

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    ROTFL! I'm laughing so hard, two people have had to come into my office to ask what's so funny.

    Hugh, you scare me - you are smiling through that whole crash!

    Thanks for the laugh!

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    Hope the guy behind you could bunnyhop.....

    pic 1) Wow look, a quarter! (grabs front brake)

    pic 2) Its mine!

    pic 3) I got it, I got it!

    pic 4) Ahhhhh, shiny!

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    oops

    1> Damn, where's that axle peg?
    2> Maybe if I had a cape I could keep flying.
    3> The thinker.
    4> Screw the bike, check the important equipment first!

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