3.22.2010

Moment: Defined

When life happens, in those moments where the rubber hits the road or when the proverbial 'crap' hits the fan, their are some that let the circumstances determine the outcome and then others who decide to define those moments and circumstances.

This weekend. Ryan and a few others choose the latter.

On Sunday, up a little north of us near Cedar Springs the annual Fisk Knob Time Trial took place. Ryan took his post as announcer for the event. You can find results [lower left side of the page] and more information on the Fusion site. After another successful event and all the riders had finished, as when any event ends post-race activities begin. Enter the mini keg.

Successful pours is always a must but what do you do when you don't have a keg pump and run out of C02? That's right, you go Macgyver on it! All you need is a piece of gum, a shoe lace, and the big arm from your analog watch. Well, not really, but that would have been awesome. Ryan with a few others [partnered with the genius of Dale Carley] plus your standard floor pump equals proper pressure to allow the days post race festivities to continue.

Velosophy #348: Sure, it was just rigging up a mini keg, but it's the little things that count. Start there, don't worry about the rest.

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