Wow -- that's quite a story. Just goes to show to be careful who you engage as you don't know what kind of nut case you could be dealing with.
My friend, who livs in Portland, had more of the story. The motorist actually works at a bike shop.I hope he doesn't see me when I'm riding in town. I'd get chided big time... but I'd never throw my bike.
Bob - saw you practicing with your crew at antelope park. You guys sound awesome! Kim and I stayed watching and listening for a while.
Cool!Trust me, it sounded much better that night at the concert. Those summer concerts always scare me a little, because we just get one run through in the morning before the concert. Fortunately, the band members practiced between the rehearsal and the concert!BTW - those Sunday night Antelope Park concerts are great family biking destinations - even if you're nursing an injury.
Do they serve beers in a chalice? If not, the Red Fox will be my preferred injured cycling destination.
I'm pretty sure Redd Foxx was a comedian, not a chalice dispenser.
well it's something "fox" and they serve chalices!
Bob-you might know our neighbor-George (plays the sax-i beleive)?
George Lyford? If so, yeah, he played Sunday night.
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