Now, I believe we’ve come the point in the continuation of this blog, where it has become salient to give apposite recognition to those who have taken upon themselves to support the journey of your faithful author. To put it less eloquently, it’s time for a sponsor shout-out. At this point I imagine most readers to be rapidly backtracking their search engine as quickly as manual dexterity and broadband width permits, or perhaps smiling smugly to a friend or significant other, whilst rubbing thumb and forefinger together in a rudimentary evocation of a cashed-up, soul selling, bean counter.
However, a college recent informed me that many of the pundits out there are quite interested in the brand of choice that the ITU cognoscenti wield, and despite that the same persons arsenal of ‘facts’ included also confided that ‘3 out of 4 domestic dogs are racist’, I’ll choose to take his former information on board, whilst leaving the latter to further cognation.
So without further ado, welcome to Terrestrial Transport 2012, a very indebted encapsulation of the premier constituents of my land-based endeavors for this year.
Cannondale EVO. Unbelievable new rig providing a superlative juxtaposition of stiffness and light weight. For comparison purposes, the bike weighs roughly as much as the beverages placed alongside. (Note: Not currently endorsed by the beverage company in question, inquiries are welcome, I’m a Sprite Zero man myself)
Brooks. Diesels to the right, Premium Unleaded to the left. Effort put into the ‘Diesel's’ usually produces a linear equation to the velocity of the ‘Premiums’.
That'll do for now. Look for more plugs than a sink factory in blogs to come…
Take care friends,