Yes there was bike racing this weekend, and I will do me best to suss out what might have happened.
There was a race at FBF on Saturday, and I know that Al Barough of BH/Garneau won the 1/2/3 race, but details about the other races are not available. As always, if you won, use an alias and congratulate yourself.
At the Storm King Cannibal time trial, David Anthony of BH/Garneau came first, results are here.
At the Pete Senia Memorial in Prospect Park, according to the Spring Series Twitter account, Stephan Dioslaki of Metra/Cycles 54 won the Pro/1/2/3 race, C Marte won the cat 3/4 race, J Zaverdas won the masters race and W Lope won the cat 5 race. The Spring Series twitter feed is here. Photos are here and here.
DA Cannibal, winning Storm King. Photo by Daniel S. Burnstein
While I didn't ride the extra wet miles to Weehawken to get my finishers medal at the GFNY, I did end up with a souvenir from Sunday's fondo.
We are experiencing the type of weather that prompts the painfully obvious amongst us to query others about the quality and quantity of wetness that abounds by asking perchance, if it conditions we
I am by nature a vituperative person, it's my default setting, and today my ire has been raised, so I'm going to strike back and just half ass my way through this Hopeful Friday posting, because pu