Plan to do that again?Yeah, cross is super fun, and the local series here in Salt Lake is great. I can’t race cross without laughing--usually at myself when I try to get over the barriers.Interesting to see endurance racers getting their red line on. How Ulysse Nardin replica watches was that?I think it is a nice compliment to the endurance pace. It’s refreshing to do something so different.What bike are you riding now?I trade back and forth between my Titus Fireline and Racer-X. For most XC courses, the Fireline makes the most sense, but for the longer or more gnarly races, it’s nice to have some suspension--particularly something that pedals as well as my Racer-X. Titus has been the only bike sponsor I’ve had--which is a good thing because they are one of the few companies that make a stock frame small enough for me.How do you like your Scrub components?
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I remember so many times when I would get sloppy, feel like I was going down--I mean I was already bracing for impact--and that bike would just magically steer itself right. I have never found another bike with the superior handling of my Titus bikes. But, after a couple years of rolling on Stans wheels, Ive got to go with those. Not that the Mont Blanc replica watches frame isnt super forgiving...but I dont think I have quite as many of those super-close calls. Those wheels are dead-on; point and shoot. And thats saying a lot on bikes that have either no rear suspension or 3.5 and 3 up front. Pretty rad.Better Ride had a camp that came through So Cal. Sorry I missed it.