blue squirrel

after a self-imposed 20 year absence from cycling, the sport i love, i am back and dedicated to holding my own in the superfast 40+ catagory. this blog will tell the journey, the highs and the lows, the team [team becher+] and it's cast of characters, our sponsors, supporters, and other local riders that make it happen... [anonymous comments are lame, cowboy up and put a name or start a blog]

Sunday, February 03, 2008


UPDATED [2008.02.05]

[hard day at the office]

[jake at the head of affairs, seeing red]

[noah putting the hurt on]

[red trolley 2008.02.03]
quick news today about the red trolley crit, images to be posted soon.

today in the middle of a very cold and rainy red trolley crit, team becher+ rider jacob margolis scored an impressive 14th [out of 50], in his first crit of his young racing career. he stuck to the plan and keep himself in the top half of the main pack for the entire race, with a few obligatory pulls at the front. for his fist attempt at the cycling equivalent of stock car racing, it was a superb race and effort. noah made a valiant and admirable effort for such a miserable day [even for flemish standards], and for someone who has had limited time to train and puts in 10 hour days at a creative firm in hollywood. team becher+ would like to extend congratulations to both noah and jake for such awesome efforts today.

do to events [and weather] beyond the team's control, tim jackson was unable to contest the red trolley 35+ master's race.  we all hope to see him back to racing and winning soon.

team becher+

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  • At 5:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Rather then "freaking out" about eating the new flavor of ice-cream, you might consider trying it out, on a test ride. Your Campy won't be hurt by your taste test. It's very intuitive, and really does work. Ask Alberto, and Levi. They chose it.


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