Knock on the Door

So I missed the NE CRoss race in Mass yesterday for a variety of reasons. Needless to say I needed a weekend at home as they’ve been few and far between since the beginning of october.

The weather today was supposed to suck: rain, wind, the works. So I decided to work on my bikes in the basement and I was just beginning to build down the road bike to put on the new DA 10 speed, when K yelled down that Adam was at the door. It was none other than Adam Craig, refer to last Monday’s post and image above. He was in the area and rode up to the house looking for a ride. It hadn’t yet started to rain and he said we had over an hour ebfore it would. Threw on the gear, pumped up the MTB tires and we headed out. It was great. I’d really not expected to get out today but the riding was really good. We chatted a bunch and it turns out he’s just tied up a solid sponsorship deal for the next couple years. Good for him.

This is going to be a busy week, a couple travel days for shoots (likely) and a few more projects to sew up. So having the weekend at home, riding with one of the country’s best mountain bikers, and spending time with the girls and some good friends, made it a nice late-November couple of days

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