Friday, June 03, 2011

Now THAT is a bribe...


Thanks Joel! For the rest of you, this is the perfect way to put a smile on the face of a hopeless drun...er, I mean professional framebuilder. Happy Friday!

Of course, I am assuming it is actually tasty... have had some gnarly homebrew before. I'll give a full report after the weekend.

Sarah and I are off to Vail to watch some of our climbing acquaintances compete in the Bouldering World Cup at the Teva Mountain Games (go Carlo! Go Alex! Go Garrett! Sorry Columbia wouldn't spring for the entry fee, Nic!) and perhaps do the citizen's comp as well. No, I am not planning to race the MTB race - the course is really lame this year (not the fault of the organizers, there is too much snow to really go up on the mountain at all) and I'm not motivated. We may ride downvalley where things are drier, though.

7 comments:

Bikewright said...

Joel will do anything to get that frame built. But hw does make good beer... I mean post ride recovery drink.

T-roy said...

I'd head down valley and ride in Eagle. Look up Charlie Brown @ Mountain Pedaler and he'll get you where you need to go. Some really good rides in the Vail Valley. Enjoy!

DavidR said...

Yep, Joel brews some of the best beers I have had. NO kidding!!

Walt said...

T - Boneyard and the other stuff around Eagle is on the schedule for today.

BW, DR - Drank the IPA on the banks of Gore Creek (which, this time of year, is a quick way to cool off your beer!)

Delicious!

joel said...

hmmm....I guess my plan will only be effective if Walt enjoys the beer.....

:o

thanks for the good press Bikewright and DavidR. I guess I owe you guys a couple pints now!

steve-o said...

I tried to bribe you with beer once. The postal service went ahead and put a stop to that. I still wonder what they did with my headset and bb.

joel said...

well Walt...did the beers suck or what?

BTW, the "pepper harvest Pale ale" is a pale ale, (dry-hopped) with some fresh jalapeno and cayenne peppers, homegrown in our garden.