Hats off to Drew. He is teachable. Keep an eye this 2013.
"Defended my title this past weekend at the 6 Hours of El Legarto in Florida. I got my first Win of 2013, but it wasn't easy. A 6 Hour race in Florida against tough competition is never easy. Congrats to everyone that raced! Headed back to St. Louis now. Great seeing everyone down in Florida and best of luck racing to everyone in 2013!"
EBoz - "Getting swatted off Superbikes and throttled by tarmac has left some pretty deep gouges in my armor and
what lies beneath. Likewise, I have some wounds from competing in USA Cycling’s Pro Mountain Bike Ultra-Endurance Tour this past year. So, as I look forward to my next 12-hour solo bicycle race, hoping to experience this addictive, blissful state again, I need to return to the saddle in 2013 undaunted and ready to go deeper." Serendipitously, my team, Team Sho-air, and Cannondale have joined together to compete in North America this coming year. With that announcement comes a revised roster loaded with massive firepower—Olympians, national mountain-bike champions, three-time and reigning AMA Pro SuperBike Champion Josh Hayes and, yes, Juarez.
Career statistics EBoz knows speed! Yet he is still teachable!
It's not easy to short through all the subjection that comes with sport! It's not easy to move up!
Success is to go where you have never gone before!
Tim Butler 3rd Nats CX 45-49 2013
If you race, there is a starting point, then a continuous chronological order, a record of events, starting with earliest and following the order in which the events occurred. Records are important truth in the public eyes, the events, showing a particular trend!
Master men 45-49
1. Donald MYRAH, in 0:46:22
2. Roger ASPHOLM, Finkraft, in 46:58:00
3. Tim BUTLER, Evolution Racing Team-Wa, in 47:03:00
4. Craig COZZA, Upmc Cycling Performance, in 47:48:00
5. Brian CONANT, The Pony Shop, in 48:00:00
6. Paul RICHARD, Cyclocrossworld, in 48:15:00
7. Jeff WEINERT, Wolverine Sports Club, in 48:19:00
8. Jon CARIVEAU, Moots, in 48:40:00
9. Christopher SMITH, Hup United, in 48:47:00
10. Jeffrey HALL (1 – Cat1), Groove Subaru-ALapsha Bicycle Co, in
2nd place Amanda Carey was thrilled with her finish, especially since, as she told us, “I haven’t been on a bike for three weeks.” She explained, though, that she had been on her skis for most of her “winter break,” so the frigid conditions and snowy course worked to her advantage.