Blogging my passion for riding and racing bikes...
Hey there, Paul, congrats on the finish! (My friend Leah & I met Jenn when we were working the Melgeorges aid station). Hope you two can make it down to Duluth and see beautiful Lake Superior. You could try cross-country skiing for a change, or I'm sure my friends Dave & Di (singlespeeders, Charlie Farrow knows them) would take you for a fun ride on our local trails! Plus there's the Brewhouse...
Awesome work fella. Don't forget to back some maple sauce for when I come visit!
Good work mate, we'll have to get out for a ride when you've got back & recovered!
Congrats Paul!! Freaking sweet!
well done paul!yep a nice long race report would be great..hope you got the time to get some nice pics too!..
Well done Mr E! Looking forward to the report!
Simply awesome.I'm looking forward to reading more
great result Paul.Not an easy thing to do go overseas and race in conditions so alien to us brits.Have you ever thought about racing for a charity.I think with your following and marketing expertise you could really benefit a charity of your choice and add another element to your racing.
Thanks all...Soon as i get feeling back into my hands i will get a nice long report up and running... think bike shop i work at may want me to do a little presentation in the shop..just bike and images so all close to Newcastle are welcome.Carl, if you know a charity and they have an idea tell them to get in touch i would love to do something.
Great work Paul,looking forward to the report and pic's...
Good work Paul. I'm looking forward to the full report and the talk. Maybe to make it a bit harder next time you could try it on a birdy folding bike!
Well done Paul, good work on getting through it. look forward to the whole story. Moose and all. (if you didn't come across any, then a bit of creative freedom is allowed)...
impressive Paul, way to go. I was watching results on the arrowhead blog, great to see you finished. look forward to the full report.
Well done Paul.
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