Everybody's bike, except for mine, was too light. HaHa small, short, sucka-s. :)
My teammates had to put "weights" on their bikes to make them legal. Mechanic Erik was pretty creative and had no tools left in his tool box at the end of the day.
Post TT, it was safety first, followed by nose cleaning, for Lex. She's from Canada...
Our destination was Silver City, NM for a stage race that started in 2 days.
I get to wear the NRC leader's yellow jersey. This is a new thing this year and I have to say I have a love hate relationship with it. It's cool that I'm leading the NRC standings and get the honor of wearing it, but 1) it's ugly, 2) I stick out like a sore thumb, 3) it has no logos on it to support my team or our sponsors.
5 days later, we were done racing (second again) and drove to Tuscan. This is the biggest cactus I have ever seen.
I'm super happy to be home!! I love home and my furry family that lives there.
What the heck month is it?