firstname.lastname@example.org (Richard Anderson) wrote: >Wonderful page, I’m a BMX Racing coach and am doing research on unicycling with >the intent of invoking it into my program for advanced riders. I would like to >attend your event as a spectator if that would not be a problem to your orig. . > >Papa Avalanche
Sounds like a great idea. If you’re attending as a spectator does this mean
you’re not yet a rider? We will see if we can help in that area as well. Bring
your mountain bike (or BMX bike) along and join us on the trails if you like,
just wait for us on the downhills!
At least one of our novice trail leaders will probably be on a bicycle as well,
so don’t feel embarassed. Some moms and dads may do it too.
Kudos to John for recognizing the organizing efforts of Bruce Bundy and David
Poznanter. It was a great weekend and I wish it could have been a week instead.
Bruce and David did a fantastic job of organizing a large group of people in
difficult circumstances. David’s orations were great, and I wish him a
successful carreer as a speaker.
Obviously, the five riders who raced down the steps at the university did not
have the mortgage and family that I do. What is more, they took risks that might
eliminate the possibility of future families. Nevertheless, the speedy ride down
those stairs stands out in my memory of a wonderful weekend.
Yes, John Foss is still a much more daring rider than I am. I hope he
always will be.
Many thanks to everyone who made the weekend such a huge success. I will
probably never be able to return the favor as we have so few riders in Idaho,
but I am working on the problem. You are all welcome to ride our trails if it
suits you, but keep in mind they will be buried by snow from November to June.
> probably never be able to return the favor as we have so few riders in Idaho, > but I am working on the problem. You are all welcome to ride our trails if it > suits you, but keep in mind they will be buried by snow from November to June.