Monday, May 08, 2006

Norba Crusher

Yep, thats right, got one on the podium at the season opener in Fonatana. Pretty freaking sweet. Ended up taking advantage of todd and jeremys crash, but still nto a bad ride. droped everyone but thse guys and kabush so i am pretty happy. i stil feel like i have some more to give so hopefully things will pan out in june and july even better. fontana was pretty crazy. everyone everywhere had huge chromed out wheels on the crappy cars and SUV's and we got threatned by 10 year olds on BMX bikes weilding knives. The course was sweet, pretty uban and bombed out looking but rad trails and some sweet sections down drainage ditches. the STXC went up the mountain cross track as was good fun too. finished that one up 8th. all in all a good weekend. and more exciting news! my plants have started comming up, now the Kale and Chard sare rocking and the basil is going to bust through any second. the tomatoes probab;y grew like 3 inshes too. sweet peet. 2 days at home and it is off to arkansas for some road racing. anyways, thats about all i got. oh yeah, there were kids out on the course during the race shooting paint ball guns at us during the race. i dont think they were trying to hit anyone or did hit anyone but it was pretty hilarious regardless..

thats about it

later on

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

go chard go!!!

Anonymous said...

go kale go!!! that tall guys kicking your ass

Anonymous said...

Check out the wild weather in Arkansas. http://www.srh.noaa.gov/lzk/ Are you packing a rain coat? Hip waders? Lightning Rod?

Anonymous said...

Barry,
Great job,finishing well and having a fun time! What's up with having to race in our version of Iraq though?

Michael at the shop

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Anonymous said...

Hey bitch, how're the veggies doin'???

Anonymous said...

outstanding, all is good, excellent, delightful, they're sprouting, they're growing with haste, it's all going well even though you're not holding their cute little hands. the kale and chard are up and the basil is starting to peak out. most importatly, they can't wait to show you how much they grew over the weekend!

Mr. Sarcaastiik said...

Barry,

You cannot imagine the joy I feel knowing that our nations best will be fighting it out on the highly technical terrain and intense, lung burning climbs of the infineon speedway this september. I've always poopooed racing at mammoth due to the dust and elevation, but this just may be my year to actually give it a go.

http://www.velonews.com/race/mtn/articles/9861.0.html

Anonymous said...

is school reality?

Anonymous said...

45 Ryan Trebon (AEG - TOSHIBA - JetNetwork) 6.49
46 Barry Wicks (AEG - TOSHIBA - JetNetwork) 6.56

Tree-boner on top this time? Unusual...

Old as dirt said...

From a washington riders blog about the crit at Joe Martin on Sunday!!!

in the end i did two laps solo before being pulled. a lap later, owen was gapped off by a coupla mountain bikers from oregon riding for the areospace engineering team. about 20-30 riders finished. i think only 40 of the 120 starters were left when i fell off the back

Anonymous said...

Just wondering why you and Trebon don't race on 29ers? Have you ever? What's your opinion?

Nasty said...

now that kona is making a 29er i might do some testing to check them out. havet ridden one as of yet though...