Two years ago, I shared a story about 6-day track racers and the significant of effervescence and cycling. The gist of the story is:
“When a cork was popped, power was released. Bubbles escaped, the elixir went flat, no more “oomph” or energy. So, dropping your cork or having no more cork means you’re out of it, flat, dead, pooped, no more stuff. Ergo, the racers would hang a cork on their bikes so they’d never be “out” of cork.”
2010 may have taken a lot out of you. I know it took a lot out of me. Running this blog has turned into a full-time gig for me and cycling for many of you may seen arduous at times but let’s not forget that no matter what, we’ve always got a little always got a little cork left!
I want to take this moment to thank everyone who visits and comments on this blog. Your participation and enthusiasm is very important to me. I also want to thank all the supporters and sponsors. Without you, it’d be hard to continue pursuing what I love. Lastly, I want to thank all the other blogs for keeping this scene alive. Let’s all take 2011 to the next level!
Ride, relax and have fun!