Saturday, August 28, 2010

Bogus Basin Hill Climb "ID" WN men 1,2,3,4 Exergy and Women 1.

Idaho can be viewed as a small pond, but we have grown a few "rainbows" in our waters. Idaho rainbows are world known. To obtain a rainbow, you don't have to live in Idaho, but you have to first win at the national level and many of those from men & women are from Idaho. What's in your water?

Cool temps in the high country Idaho and a new record for Bogus Basin Hill Climb. In fact Team Exergy (WN) took the top four places. We love all the other fit systems, it makes our racers faster!


Andres Diaz Corrales sets a new record at 52 min.
Kevin Rowe takes 2nd.

We also took the top female with Jenn Halladay (WN) who races for Bob's. Jenn is a mother of 5 kids. She took 2010 USA TT Nationals by 4 min., over 2nd place female in 28k.

Results from ID, CO, NY i.e. Georgia Gould being top US female at World Cup in NY taking 3rd.

As one of the heads of the Team Exergy put it; we know that many of the people in the cycling industry and local race clubs don't want us to be top dog. They are always calling us out for a "Gun fight". They bring their (A-Game) and we still (WN). That happened when we took Nationals as a very small team called the"Boise Stars".

There is a reason why we use the (WN) systems, it allows us to get the most of our cycling as it has for many years and the results are sweet! We would never think of using another fit system, we don't want to be gunned down!

If we used a less precise fit like, we would have to depend on luck of that day. Our choice is (WN'ing).

We know that most of the US is hot, so we wanted to show you something. Here is a picture from a McCall, ID, north of Boise, ID and yes that is snow and its Aug.

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