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Pedaling for Peanuts 2009 @ Blue Clay

(updated: Jun 10, 2009)

A few photos from Sir Peanut, or rather his twin brother Adam. This year's race was held on May 31. The course was very muddy in places, which made the going sometimes tough, but still fun for all that raced. Eh, nothing compared to West Virginia mud - people lost their shoes in the mud there, and occasionally a bike.

I took some video but haven't even loaded it yet. Expect to see it next year at the rate I'm going.

- SBA















And finally, this little guy, my son Turner, who is 3 yrs old and did the entire kids lap. I had to push him through the muddy sections but he kept going.



Race results here: http://www.pedalingforpeanuts.com/results.html



Filed Under: Ride Reports > North Carolina > Wilmington



5 COMMENTS:

1. Jonathan Dubel said...

Just to let everyone know that amazingly the wheel and tire were absolutley fine after riding it 3 miles on just the rim in the last p4p race.The wheel did not even need truing!!!!

Jun 11, 2009 @ 11:43 AM


2. Sir Peanuts said...

Thats Amazing Jonathan, i have a picture on my camera (obviously not the same set of pics that my twin took) that i have to get downloaded and i will make sure it makes it up on the website. I still can't believe that the wheel was still good after that!

Jun 11, 2009 @ 1:09 PM


3. Skipper said...

Dang, where did everybody go?

Jun 11, 2009 @ 7:36 PM


4. racer X said...

3 miles? C'mon, that's almost the complete hilly section-
Props for riding at all with a flat though!

Jun 15, 2009 @ 12:24 PM


5. jonathan dubel said...

Flat happened at the second hill but the rubber stayed on the rim until the sand left hand turn.at that point it was flapping on the fork had to do what i had to do!! Hurrahh adapt and overcome!!! racer x lets ride together!!!

Jun 15, 2009 @ 6:47 PM


 

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