Friday, March 23, 2007

Off to NY

Well, PStache says that I am too sensitive so I am off to NY to toughen up. While there I will be hanging with those crazy mo-fo's of the Vision Industry at Vision East Expo. Yo man it will be off the hook.

I'll be hanging with my Carl Zeiss lens forshizzles, yo!

Getting crunked with the master DJ's at IC! Berlin.

And then getting those dope POPs finished up, courtesy Pacific Vision.

Now go hurt yourselves at Independence Valley and Sequim.


At Friday, March 23, 2007 9:18:00 AM, Blogger stokediam said...

Those OR folks are trying to put a new rider on your team, PDog: Read the comments on the latest post. Oh, and I head a rumor that you trashed your StokedHat so I've got another for you...see ya at PR?

At Friday, March 23, 2007 6:22:00 PM, Blogger Russell said...

Stroked -

I'm not an Oregon rider. Come on, pay attention!


At Saturday, March 24, 2007 11:36:00 AM, Blogger Omer Kem said...

Have fun in NYC P-dog. Russell, update your blog and tell your boys nice work in Redlands....

At Saturday, March 24, 2007 12:03:00 PM, Blogger Russell said...


Yeah, JR is having a good ride down there and the guys are taking good care of him. If we can hold top ten GC at Redlands, that would be a great finish. Too bad JR is signing with a pro team next week and Redlands is his last race with us... But that's the nature of a development team. Just opens up a spot for another person on our regional team to start traveling the NRC circuit and start learning.

Also, great start on your team Omer. BJM is on fire. And if he cools off you guys have Zirbel to step up - that kid is gonna go big this year, isn't he? Nice to see Mo-Cheddar (Schmitt) at Redlands. Is that his first race of the year? Nice way to jump in.


At Saturday, March 24, 2007 10:03:00 PM, Blogger Omer Kem said...

Hmmm.... Maybe Jelly Belly?? Morgan got thrown into the deep end for his first race of the season. Priority Health is going pretty good right now. I don't think that Ben is at peak form yet either. He will be going even better for Georgia....

Zirbel is out for a couple of months, but the results will keep coming. Watch out when Zirbeast comes back....

At Sunday, March 25, 2007 7:36:00 PM, Blogger Russell said...

Was Morgan thrown in because of Zirbel's illness? Redlands definately seems like a harsh way to start the year without even doing some local races. But, considering, he's doing pretty well. Our guy is going to Successfulliving next week. Bummer for us, but we can deal with it. We moved Adrian up the the elite traveling program full-time, which he is very deserving of. And Josh Tack and Nick Weighall will start getting some oppurtunities, as well. We'd rather see the young guys get experience and learn then get top results anyway (but some results are nice every once and a while).

Keep up the good work, Omer. Sounds like your race schedule is crazy. No breaks for you. Take good care of BJM and we hope Zirbel recovers quickly.


At Monday, March 26, 2007 8:46:00 PM, Anonymous andrew said...

That's a great opp for Nick - he's a real nice kid. I followed him up the Seward hill last year...while he was riding a wheelie the entire way. What a pimp.


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