2 days worth of updates for the price of one today.
Spent yesterday with a bunch of friends in NY City. Thanks to everyone who made it out last night, it was great to see you all. A big thanks to Jesse and Casey for putting me up for a few days.
Headed out this morning after a brief photo session of bike & kids and stopped by my old neighborhood in Queens. Took a few pics, and then headed over the Whitestone Bridge, cut across the Bronx through some nasty traffic, over the George Washington Bridge, and into New Jersey. I think I just threw up a little from typing that. Through NJ and into Pennsylvania, where I stopped at Montgomeryville Cycle Center, who were able to secure a set of new tires for me by today, and fit me into their schedule when I showed up. The Concours now is sporting a set of Michelin Pilot Road 2's, having flatspotted the stock Bridgestones after 4100 miles, a lot of them interstate miles.
From the bike shop I headed to Patrick's house, where he and Jim K. were waiting for me with a cold Brooklyn Lager with my name on it. Swapped boots for shoes, and then headed out for dinner. Now we're back for a bit, I'm working on a Black Chocolate Stout, and we're going for a genuine Philly cheesesteak run in a while.
Chicks dig my ride. Helene on the Concours.
I am WAY faster than you, Brad.
Jack and Helene going 2-up.
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
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That black chocolate stout looks amazing. I bet I can't get them here though.
Cute kids. Say hi to Patrick and Jim for me!
Was great to see you! Happy hunting for the return trip.
Good - fresh rubber for the Dragon!! Get a move on, and I'll hook up with ya somewhere in Hillbilly Country this weekend.
Rubber side down....
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