Lesson #1: The balaclava is not a Greek pastry
I heard someone pronounce this word for the first time Sunday. I'd only just seen the word prior to this. I'm embarrassed to say I thought it was pronounced more like a Greek pastry: baklava.
Lesson #2: "The Strip Trail will be closed through February" means "Through March"
The the "I spotted Yale" drinking game.I should make a game. Every time I spot Yale on the trails I have to drink a shot. No? How about a little bike decal award on my helmet every 10 times I spot him?
|Please, don't try and press the play button. You'll just feel silly.|
|Mooooooove out of my way!|
|No, I didn't need a prescription from |
Bruce Dickinson for my cowbell.
Lesson #3: Don't post handlebar cam video of anything I do on a bike at our local bike message boards.
...unless I'm feeling particularly sadomasochistic that day and I'm up for a complete sh*tstorm/clusterf*uck of Internet arguing.
Lesson #4: it takes a lot of planning and people to get one bike rack installed.
I'm working with about 10 different people and 4 different companies & organizations to get approval, placement, funding and design of one bike rack (and possibly an air pump too!) with our logo installed outside our door at work.