RedBull

Big respect to the unicycle.com team (were there any other uni-teams
there?, there must have been, there were too many unicycles around) for
doing the redbull. How you all managed to ride the bumpiest course on
earth is beyond me. It was hard enough for us on two wheels.

i was particularly impressed with the guys riding down the last big
descent and with one guy in glasses on a coker actually managing to ride
at least someway across the field made out of plasticine.

Well done.

jon.


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Hi Jon,

You should have come across to meet us, we were all in the main campsite
in the middle below the hump

There were 2 teams, “Unicycle.com Factory” and “Unicycle.com Workshop”. I
will give you a quick run down, full report will come later.

9 riders competed (Claire Gibbs had to pull out after a head injury on the
practice lap, so she switched to support). 12 laps for the workshop team,
17 laps for the Factory team.

Bumpy ground, yes it was bad, particularly that climb out of the arena.

Miark is super human, he not only rode the plasticine field (I could only
be bothered to ride it once) but he did 4 laps and was due to lurk to come
in at the end of the event… he decided to go again, so he did a double
lap at the end. Doing an incredible 1hour 8 mins for the last lap!

Overall times varied from 1 hour 2mins (Miark and myself, neither of us
could break that 1 hour barrier, my effort caused a fall infront of the
commentary box!) to 2 hours something during the night.

A particular thanks needs to be said to the unicycle support we had, Leo
and Caroline, Claire, Alan (who came to watch and didn’t go home!),
Rocket and Brad.

The two wheel guys were also really nice to us while we were riding
offering support and encouragement, thanks guys!

We know that the Factory team beat at least one bike team, we hope with
Miarks effort we beat more.

Roger

                     The UK's Unicycle Source
                   <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Jon Wyatt” <samur2@hotmail.com>
To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 1:20 PM
Subject: RedBull

> Big respect to the unicycle.com team (were there any other uni-teams
there?,
> there must have been, there were too many unicycles around) for doing
> the redbull. How you all managed to ride the bumpiest course on earth is
> beyond me. It was hard enough for us on two wheels.
>
> i was particularly impressed with the guys riding down the last big
descent
> and with one guy in glasses on a coker actually managing to ride at
> least someway across the field made out of plasticine.
>
> Well done.
>
> jon.
>
>
>
> _________________________________________________________________-
> ________
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> http://www.hotmail.com.

>From: “Roger” <Roger@unicycle.uk.com>
>
>Hi Jon,
>
>You should have come across to meet us, we were all in the main campsite
>in the middle below the hump

Yeah, we were up the hill just to the right of you ‘Kusatado Ninja’ banner
on the front of a caravan. Everytime I passed I meant to say hello but was
always too tired or needed the toilet, sorry.

>
>Overall times varied from 1 hour 2mins (Miark and myself, neither of us
>could break that 1 hour barrier, my effort caused a fall infront of the
>commentary box!) to 2 hours something during the night.

Very impressive times, better than some of our team members.

>
>We know that the Factory team beat at least one bike team, we hope with
>Miarks effort we beat more.
>

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but I’m afraid you didn’t. Like anyone
riding a singlespeed though, you’ve got the moral high ground already,
beating someone else is a bonus.

http://www.singletrackworld.com/article.php?sid=146&mode=&order=0&thold=0

jon.


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>From: “Roger” <Roger@unicycle.uk.com> Jon,
>
>Am I reading the results wrong or did we actually beat 2 bike teams in
>the mixed?
>
>I have noticed that the results show the workshop team in the wrong
>category, it was sports male in the end.
>

Ah, sorry, yes, you beat two mtb teams. My eyes still don’t work properly
I think, i mis-read your reply and thought you were in the workshop team.

jon…


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Jon Wyatt wrote:
> Ah, sorry, yes, you beat two mtb teams. My eyes still don’t work
> properly I think, i mis-read your reply and thought you were in the
> workshop team.

Nah, he tried desperately to get into the Workshop team but we
wouldn’t have him.

Keep practising Roger and we might let you in next year… :wink:

Regards, Mark.

Fujitsu Telecom Europe Ltd,| o Solihull Parkway, | In the land of the
pedestrian, /|\ Birmingham Business Park, | the one-wheeled man is king.
<< Birmingham, ENGLAND. | O

)>>From: “Roger” <Roger@unicycle.uk.com>
>>Jon,
>>
>>Am I reading the results wrong or did we actually beat 2 bike teams in
>>the mixed?

You also beat 2 MTB Teams in the sport category - making 4 overall.

(+13 individual entries - but they were having a much tougher time!)

Well done to all!

Leo White (support team due to a recently broken hand)

I’ve just had a look at
http://www.singletrackworld.com/article.php?sid=146&mode=&order=0&thold=0
and the unicycle.com factory team managed in the mixed class to beat two
teams ( Norfolk’n’Good & Sweet Bulls of Fire) and acheived more laps than
two teams in the mens sport class ( Zip Valley racing & Snuffle Munchers).

This is good.

A brief run down of the weekend follows friday lunch time, Paul and I
arrive on site and bag the same campsite as we have had for the last two
years as Unicycle HQ.I went for a short muni and met Aidrian Ward ( yes he
of Marin design fame) and he admits to being a unicycle owner as well as
racing on a single speed.

Mid afternoon The Gibbses and Joe and Mark W arrive, tents go up and
eventully the 6 of us head out on an inspection lap. The lap goes rather
slowly and we are in two groups of three by half way round , finding some
of the terrain very hard going all of us are relieved to see a stretch of
tarmac inviting us to spin it a bit. Claire unfortunatly span it a bit to
fast and came off badly, hitting her head and forcing her to drop out of
the race after a trip to A&E in an ambulance for super glue to a very
bloody wound. The rest of us abandoned our inspection to walk the Gibbes
cokers back to base, so on saturday afternoon the exact route of the
course was known to none of either team.

During the evening Miark and Roger showed up with camper van and team
shirts, not terriby fetching red numbers with our team names on the back
and a cycle racer style. Still it gave a uniform look and fitted in with
all the other team cycle shirts around.

Saturday morning dawned and we still didn’t have all the teams on site,
Simon arrived mid morning and Mark R just made it in time after arriving
from Germany late on friday night. Down at the rider briefing with our red
shirts and a trio of Coker riders still standing agaist each other we cut
quite a dash and were filmed by the TV crew so look out for the programe
some time in the summer on C4. Roger and Paul Gibbs lined up for the
running start while Claire Gibbs and I held onto cokers in the paddock ,
the rest and an assortment of surporters got to watch the race start and
took lots of pictures , I hope they will put some of them up soon.

Both Roger and Paul got good time on the first lap, Roger slightly faster
than Paul and so set the trend that continued with the Factory team
gennerally faster than the workshop team. By night the strain of only
having four riders was teling on the workshop team and the factory team
gained a lap on them. with only four their rest periods were shorter and
it is a tough ride . During the night parts of the course became very
misty, the lake sections were erie with your light showing a shaft of
dancing water droplets more clearly than the ground ahead.

Dawn came, and the sun got hot, by 7.30 am Paul G was getting sun burnt!
The workshop team were geting very tired and elected to take it easyier .
We were all having problems getting enough food and water down us, the
intense heat didn’t help , all over the campsite people were feeling
quesey and exhusted sluming in what ever shade they could find under
canopies or vehicles, we were no different. Joe apparently took a snoze
under Mark Rs car.

My third and final lap came along late morning, I set out not certain if
any one would do another lap after me for the fatory team, and knowing
that Mark R was already out on his lap with a muni, the final rider for
the workshop team. That lap was my favorite, I enjoyed it so much more
than the first two, the bumpy fields seemed more manageable, the knarly
desents more fun. Miark decided he would do a 4th lap and I handed over
the baton at 12.30 with a big grin on my face. At this point I had a look
at the results and saw that at 22 hrs we ( the factory team) were 99th out
of 101 , we were beating a two wheeled team as well as the depleted
workshop team. The grin got bigger.

Miark belted around his 4th lap and was soon phoning to say he was just a
mile or so from the finish. Paul G and Claire went outto meet him and keep
him company for his 10 minute lurk till the 2pm klaxon would signal the
end of the race. At 10 to 2 they came back, Miark they said, had gone off
to do another lap.

His 5th lap , a double lap and in the blazing heat of the early afternoon,
we all declared him MAD and then set about getting water and crisps to
stratigic places on the course for him to fuel up on while he rode. Miark
finally crossed the finish line 25 hours and 11 minutes after Roger had
crossed the start line. With his 5th lap he had brought the factory team
total up to 17 laps, edgeing us above two bike teams with 16 laps each.

I’d like to thank all the unicycle team members for their part in the
acheievment of two unicycle teams compleating the Red Bull Mountain Mayhem
24 endurance event. Last year there was just one team entered secretly,
this year two entered openly, a place kept for one and found for the other
even after other teams had been turned away. Next year… whos up for it
next year. I am.

sarah

Thank You

Claire Gibbs, Paul Gibbs, Mark Ruston, Joe Marshall & Mark Wiggins of the
workshop team. Paul Selwood, Roger Davis, sarah miller , Simon Green way
and Miark beck of the factory team. Alan, Leo, Caroline, Rocket and Brad
our surport crew who made up energy drink, played word games and re built
unicycles.


Euro-cycle 2001 20 - 22 July Plymouth UK A european unicycle convention
http://www.eurocycle.org

----- Original Message ----- From: Sarah Miller <sarah@vimes.u-net.com>
To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 10:45 PM
Subject: Re: RedBull

>
> I’ve just had a look at http://www.singletrackworld.com/article.php?sid-
> =146&mode=&order=0&thold=0 and the unicycle.com factory team managed in
> the mixed class to beat two teams ( Norfolk’n’Good & Sweet Bulls of
> Fire) and acheived more laps than two teams in the mens sport class (
> Zip Valley racing & Snuffle Munchers).
>
> This is good.

…snip

Nice report Sarah. Makes me feel all humble for doing it on two wheels.

jon.

Hey, congrats. That’s awesome to here. I can’t wait to see the pictures.
The plasticine field sounds interesting.

How long was the course?

Carl

-----Original Message----- From: Roger [mailto:Roger@unicycle.uk.com]
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 9:05 AM To: Jon Wyatt;
unicycling@winternet.com Subject: Re: RedBull

Hi Jon,

You should have come across to meet us, we were all in the main campsite
in the middle below the hump

There were 2 teams, “Unicycle.com Factory” and “Unicycle.com Workshop”. I
will give you a quick run down, full report will come later.

9 riders competed (Claire Gibbs had to pull out after a head injury on the
practice lap, so she switched to support). 12 laps for the workshop team,
17 laps for the Factory team.

Bumpy ground, yes it was bad, particularly that climb out of the arena.

Miark is super human, he not only rode the plasticine field (I could only
be bothered to ride it once) but he did 4 laps and was due to lurk to come
in at the end of the event… he decided to go again, so he did a double
lap at the end. Doing an incredible 1hour 8 mins for the last lap!

Overall times varied from 1 hour 2mins (Miark and myself, neither of us
could break that 1 hour barrier, my effort caused a fall infront of the
commentary box!) to 2 hours something during the night.

A particular thanks needs to be said to the unicycle support we had, Leo
and Caroline, Claire, Alan (who came to watch and didn’t go home!),
Rocket and Brad.

The two wheel guys were also really nice to us while we were riding
offering support and encouragement, thanks guys!

We know that the Factory team beat at least one bike team, we hope with
Miarks effort we beat more.

Roger

                     The UK's Unicycle Source
                   <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Jon Wyatt” <samur2@hotmail.com>
To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 1:20 PM
Subject: RedBull

> Big respect to the unicycle.com team (were there any other uni-teams
there?,
> there must have been, there were too many unicycles around) for doing
> the redbull. How you all managed to ride the bumpiest course on earth is
> beyond me. It was hard enough for us on two wheels.
>
> i was particularly impressed with the guys riding down the last big
descent
> and with one guy in glasses on a coker actually managing to ride at
> least someway across the field made out of plasticine.
>
> Well done.
>
> jon.
>
>
>
> _________________________________________________________________-
> ________
> Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at
> http://www.hotmail.com.

Hey, congrats. That’s awesome to here. I can’t wait to see the pictures.
The plasticine field sounds interesting.

How long was the course?

Carl

-----Original Message----- From: Roger [mailto:Roger@unicycle.uk.com]
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 9:05 AM To: Jon Wyatt;
unicycling@winternet.com Subject: Re: RedBull

Hi Jon,

You should have come across to meet us, we were all in the main campsite
in the middle below the hump

There were 2 teams, “Unicycle.com Factory” and “Unicycle.com Workshop”. I
will give you a quick run down, full report will come later.

9 riders competed (Claire Gibbs had to pull out after a head injury on the
practice lap, so she switched to support). 12 laps for the workshop team,
17 laps for the Factory team.

Bumpy ground, yes it was bad, particularly that climb out of the arena.

Miark is super human, he not only rode the plasticine field (I could only
be bothered to ride it once) but he did 4 laps and was due to lurk to come
in at the end of the event… he decided to go again, so he did a double
lap at the end. Doing an incredible 1hour 8 mins for the last lap!

Overall times varied from 1 hour 2mins (Miark and myself, neither of us
could break that 1 hour barrier, my effort caused a fall infront of the
commentary box!) to 2 hours something during the night.

A particular thanks needs to be said to the unicycle support we had, Leo
and Caroline, Claire, Alan (who came to watch and didn’t go home!),
Rocket and Brad.

The two wheel guys were also really nice to us while we were riding
offering support and encouragement, thanks guys!

We know that the Factory team beat at least one bike team, we hope with
Miarks effort we beat more.

Roger

                     The UK's Unicycle Source
                   <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Jon Wyatt” <samur2@hotmail.com>
To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 1:20 PM
Subject: RedBull

> Big respect to the unicycle.com team (were there any other uni-teams
there?,
> there must have been, there were too many unicycles around) for doing
> the redbull. How you all managed to ride the bumpiest course on earth is
> beyond me. It was hard enough for us on two wheels.
>
> i was particularly impressed with the guys riding down the last big
descent
> and with one guy in glasses on a coker actually managing to ride at
> least someway across the field made out of plasticine.
>
> Well done.
>
> jon.
>
>
>
> _________________________________________________________________-
> ________
> Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at
> http://www.hotmail.com.

Hey, congrats. That’s awesome to here. I can’t wait to see the pictures.
The plasticine field sounds interesting.

How long was the course?

Carl

-----Original Message----- From: Roger [mailto:Roger@unicycle.uk.com]
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 9:05 AM To: Jon Wyatt;
unicycling@winternet.com Subject: Re: RedBull

Hi Jon,

You should have come across to meet us, we were all in the main campsite
in the middle below the hump

There were 2 teams, “Unicycle.com Factory” and “Unicycle.com Workshop”. I
will give you a quick run down, full report will come later.

9 riders competed (Claire Gibbs had to pull out after a head injury on the
practice lap, so she switched to support). 12 laps for the workshop team,
17 laps for the Factory team.

Bumpy ground, yes it was bad, particularly that climb out of the arena.

Miark is super human, he not only rode the plasticine field (I could only
be bothered to ride it once) but he did 4 laps and was due to lurk to come
in at the end of the event… he decided to go again, so he did a double
lap at the end. Doing an incredible 1hour 8 mins for the last lap!

Overall times varied from 1 hour 2mins (Miark and myself, neither of us
could break that 1 hour barrier, my effort caused a fall infront of the
commentary box!) to 2 hours something during the night.

A particular thanks needs to be said to the unicycle support we had, Leo
and Caroline, Claire, Alan (who came to watch and didn’t go home!),
Rocket and Brad.

The two wheel guys were also really nice to us while we were riding
offering support and encouragement, thanks guys!

We know that the Factory team beat at least one bike team, we hope with
Miarks effort we beat more.

Roger

                     The UK's Unicycle Source
                   <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Jon Wyatt” <samur2@hotmail.com>
To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 1:20 PM
Subject: RedBull

> Big respect to the unicycle.com team (were there any other uni-teams
there?,
> there must have been, there were too many unicycles around) for doing
> the redbull. How you all managed to ride the bumpiest course on earth is
> beyond me. It was hard enough for us on two wheels.
>
> i was particularly impressed with the guys riding down the last big
descent
> and with one guy in glasses on a coker actually managing to ride at
> least someway across the field made out of plasticine.
>
> Well done.
>
> jon.
>
>
>
> _________________________________________________________________-
> ________
> Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at
> http://www.hotmail.com.

Hey, congrats. That’s awesome to here. I can’t wait to see the pictures.
The plasticine field sounds interesting.

How long was the course?

Carl

-----Original Message----- From: Roger [mailto:Roger@unicycle.uk.com]
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 9:05 AM To: Jon Wyatt;
unicycling@winternet.com Subject: Re: RedBull

Hi Jon,

You should have come across to meet us, we were all in the main campsite
in the middle below the hump

There were 2 teams, “Unicycle.com Factory” and “Unicycle.com Workshop”. I
will give you a quick run down, full report will come later.

9 riders competed (Claire Gibbs had to pull out after a head injury on the
practice lap, so she switched to support). 12 laps for the workshop team,
17 laps for the Factory team.

Bumpy ground, yes it was bad, particularly that climb out of the arena.

Miark is super human, he not only rode the plasticine field (I could only
be bothered to ride it once) but he did 4 laps and was due to lurk to come
in at the end of the event… he decided to go again, so he did a double
lap at the end. Doing an incredible 1hour 8 mins for the last lap!

Overall times varied from 1 hour 2mins (Miark and myself, neither of us
could break that 1 hour barrier, my effort caused a fall infront of the
commentary box!) to 2 hours something during the night.

A particular thanks needs to be said to the unicycle support we had, Leo
and Caroline, Claire, Alan (who came to watch and didn’t go home!),
Rocket and Brad.

The two wheel guys were also really nice to us while we were riding
offering support and encouragement, thanks guys!

We know that the Factory team beat at least one bike team, we hope with
Miarks effort we beat more.

Roger

                     The UK's Unicycle Source
                   <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Jon Wyatt” <samur2@hotmail.com>
To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 1:20 PM
Subject: RedBull

> Big respect to the unicycle.com team (were there any other uni-teams
there?,
> there must have been, there were too many unicycles around) for doing
> the redbull. How you all managed to ride the bumpiest course on earth is
> beyond me. It was hard enough for us on two wheels.
>
> i was particularly impressed with the guys riding down the last big
descent
> and with one guy in glasses on a coker actually managing to ride at
> least someway across the field made out of plasticine.
>
> Well done.
>
> jon.
>
>
>
> _________________________________________________________________-
> ________
> Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at
> http://www.hotmail.com.

----- Original Message ----- From: Carl Hoyer <choyer@724.com> To:
<unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 10:26 PM Subject:
RE: RedBull

> Hey, congrats. That’s awesome to here. I can’t wait to see the pictures.
The
> plasticine field sounds interesting.
>
> How long was the course?
>

10.3 miles. Nothing too drastic but it was SO bumpy all the way round.
Couple of steep climbs and descents and masses of twisty singletrack.
Lots and lots of people there too so plenty of overtaking going on on
singletrack which can’t have been easy for the unicycle riders. I know
when I was passing a uni I was quite happy to hang back and wait for a
nice wide space. Obviously due to my inability to ride further than a
few tens of metres on a uni on a smooth surface excluded me from
attempting that particular endevour but the uni riders certainly came
up in conversation numerous times during breaks. Words such as respect,
amazing and crazy often being bandied about.

Rogers big fall in front of the commentry box was once such topic.

you can find lots of info on http://www.singletrackworld.com about the
race but I’m sure more will be forthcoming in the near future.

If you want to see me (of sorts), look for the picture of 6 guys walking
away from the start (when they should have been running), I’m the one
second from the left drinking a bottle of beer.

http://www.singletrackworld.com/article.php?sid=143&mode=&order=0

Ah look, there I am, second picture down. The guy on my right is in the
weird skinsuit is Brant Richards who completed 17 laps on a singlespeed
(freewheel), more respect!

jon.

I met and rode with Brant Richards for quite a bit of the first lap, we
seamed to be doing about the same speed on most of the single tack.
Good company.

Roger

                     The UK's Unicycle Source
                   <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Jon Wyatt”
<samurai@samur1.demon.co.uk> To: <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday,
June 25, 2001 11:46 PM Subject: Re: RedBull

>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: Carl Hoyer <choyer@724.com> To:
> <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 10:26 PM Subject:
> RE: RedBull
>
>
> > Hey, congrats. That’s awesome to here. I can’t wait to see the
> > pictures.
> The
> > plasticine field sounds interesting.
> >
> > How long was the course?
> >
>
> 10.3 miles. Nothing too drastic but it was SO bumpy all the way round.
> Couple of steep climbs and descents and masses of twisty singletrack.
> Lots and lots of people there too so plenty of overtaking going on on
singletrack
> which can’t have been easy for the unicycle riders. I know when I was
> passing a uni I was quite happy to hang back and wait for a nice wide
space.
> Obviously due to my inability to ride further than a few tens of
> metres on
a
> uni on a smooth surface excluded me from attempting that particular
endevour
> but the uni riders certainly came up in conversation numerous
> times during breaks. Words such as respect, amazing and crazy
> often being bandied
about.
>
> Rogers big fall in front of the commentry box was once such topic.
>
>
> you can find lots of info on http://www.singletrackworld.com about the
race
> but I’m sure more will be forthcoming in the near future.
>
> If you want to see me (of sorts), look for the picture of 6 guys walking
> away from the start (when they should have been running), I’m the one
second
> from the left drinking a bottle of beer.
>
> http://www.singletrackworld.com/article.php?sid=143&mode=&order=0
>
> Ah look, there I am, second picture down. The guy on my right is in the
> weird skinsuit is Brant Richards who completed 17 laps on a singlespeed
> (freewheel), more respect!
>
> jon.

Nice report, Sarah.

I just wanted to say that I was immensely impressed with everyone at the
event. Those solo bikers must be insanely fit. But for my money, doing
it on one wheel is truly amazing. I didn’t walk round the course but,
from the descriptions, it sounds ten times tougher than anything I’ve
done so far (but I was still silly enough to suggest that I might
compete next year…).

A pity we only got more laps than the Snuffle Munchers because they took
12 hours off to munch some snuffles.

Well done everybody.

Arnold the Aardvark

I’ve put up the few pictures I had time to take in between the unicycling
at photoisland.com.

To get there, simply click the address below and enter your guest
password: redbull

http://www.photoisland.com/servlet/GuestLogin?USERNAME=joe_marshall@bi-
gfoot. com

If that doesn’t work, go to www.photoisland.com, and log in to my albums
with the following information:

Log-in ID: joe_marshall@bigfoot.com Guest Password: redbull

Sarah Miller wrote:
> During the evening Miark and Roger showed up with camper van and team
> shirts, not terriby fetching red numbers…

I’ve just had a look at Joe’s pictures and I thought they looked
rather nice.

Well done everyone, and thanks for the pictures Joe.


Danny Colyer (remove your.mind to reply)
http://www.speedy5.freeserve.co.uk/danny/danny.html “The secret of life is
honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made” -
Groucho Marx

Danny Colyer <danny@speedy5.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> Sarah Miller wrote:
>> During the evening Miark and Roger showed up with camper van and team
>> shirts, not terriby fetching red numbers…

> I’ve just had a look at Joe’s pictures and I thought they looked
> rather nice.

Well yes, they are rather your colour arn’t they danny! Mine was very
smelly after one lap, pauls rally reaked after he wore it for all three.

sarah

Euro-cycle 2001 20 - 22 July Plymouth UK A european unicycle convention
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