Anthony was the red stitch. That is awesome! Don was Amazing! Carlo, you were more than a top rider, you were a friend to all. Anthony, you were the sleeper Steady, consisten and unflappable.
Mohican, thanks for your help today. may you have a dry return to Vermont on both the outside and inside of your bike!!!!
BTW, my future daughter in law was at dinner with me tonight and she knows some one from Vermont that is an Indian re-enactment participant too. Bet you know him, I will get his name from her.
Brian, enjoyed the company and would enjoy a future fireside conversation with a cigar and a cold one. Your an interesting guy and I still have some questions for you.
To all the rest of the great folks I met at the Performance center (you guys that put this thing on were great. I still owe you for two rails from the split rail fence I broke with my ribs). To my fellow competitors, I really enjoyed your company and was impressed by your passion for riding these bikes. See you in two years.
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