TDG, WW gathering, Thanks everyone, until next year!

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CaptainWilier
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by CaptainWilier

onyourleft wrote:
Juanmoretime wrote:I think nothing but positive things happened at this years gathering. To those that were there what would you like to see for next year? For those that couldn't make what would you like to see for next year?

The Litespeed factory tour is a must!


Well, since you asked...

I would NOT like to see the Brasstown Bald, not even from a distance to take a picture! :lol: Nope! You can count me out of that one. :shock:


We can call you a cab. :lol:

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CaptainWilier wrote:We can call you a cab. :lol:


And I'll gladly ride to the top with my bike in tow, but I'll be alive when I get there. :wink:

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Juanmoretime wrote:I think nothing but positive things happened at this years gathering. To those that were there what would you like to see for next year? For those that couldn't make what would you like to see for next year?

The Litespeed factory tour is a must!


I'd like to see less rain :P But otherwise the weather was really great for riding I thought.

As far as watching the stages I can't think of a better way to watch a road race than what we did on the Brasstown Bald stage. We got to do some riding in actual mountains and also got to see the racers go by three different times! That's great! I hope the course is similar next year.

Everything went so well I'm hard pressed to say what else could be added to make it better. The only thing that put a damper on things was the rain on Friday morning.

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It was a great time and I can't wait untiil next year when we can do it again!
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now that we are in asheville, i'll be able to pop down and hang out with y'all. better get my climbing legs on by next year...
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drjones96 wrote:Everything went so well I'm hard pressed to say what else could be added to make it better.


I could be much younger, my legs could be stronger, my bike could be lighter.

Did some great riding in the Czech Republic this past Monday: a 62 mile ride with three serious hills, one small mountain, and one mountain pass.

Of course, I did it very, very slowly . . .
"I can't understand why people are frightened by new ideas. I'm frightened of old ones." -- John Cage

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