Friday, September 4, 2009


Check 'em out ladies and gentlemen...

Thursday, June 25, 2009


There's a 3D version to come, but for now, you can check out the jersey design here!! Check out the insanity! (click for a larger view)

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Race Jersey Order

Ladies and Gents,

The inaugural run of Madness Race jerseys are in the final stages of design and will be approved for production next week.

Although many of you are new to the sport of Mountain Biking and Adventure Racing, everyone will tell you the endeavor is made easier when you look cool. Madness Racing jerseys will do for you what Baywatch did for lifeguarding, that's right, make you look cool.

Anyone can order. For a simple one time, upfront payment of $73.50, the nearly famous Madness Racing jersey can be yours. Whether you're puking trailside, rubbing muscle spasms out of your quads, or simple staring off into space, a Madness Racing jersey will make you look like a pro.

Remember, the number one rule in life, "It's not how you feel, it's how you look!" May I be the first to say, in a Madness Racing jersey, you'll look marvelous. So what are you waiting for, get yours today!

Three Cheers for Spencer - The Guru of Design.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Ride Report - Hawes / Microwave Tower

Walker lead the ride on a "new to us" section of Hawes called Microwave Tower. It was a 10 mile out and back ride that took about 1:20. The trail had a few brutal climbs that included "Cardiac Hill", and two more hills just like it. Scott named both hills on the way up, but I won't write words like that. My bike was having trouble (really, it was)and I had to stop on a climb or three. But maybe my legs were really tired and needed a rest too. The technical single track was well...technical. The downhill was awesome. Steve put his feet down twice, mostly because he was scared. There was plenty of wildlife. We saw several covey of quail (I almost squished one when it ran across the trail), rabbits, and squirrels. Ryan (formerly known as Kyle) said he thought he heard a javelina "snorting" and he went to look for it. When he got back his eyes were red. I think okay for guys to cry if they want to. To borrow Cosmic Rays Puck-O-Meter scale of 1 to 10, this ride was a solid "8". Embrace the Uphill!

Saturday, May 2, 2009


Fellas. Found this online article that gives a brief description of the different rapids classifications. The Class III description sounds a lot like what we've experiences at Camp Verde. I'm not too worried. Check it out! (click here)

Friday, May 1, 2009

New Training Video

Hello Fellow Lunatics. I've been working a little on my technical skills, and thought I'd share some video Tiff took of me recently. I've still got some work to do, but I'm feeling good about Buena Vista coming up. Let me know what you guys think.

CHECK MY SICKNESS! (click here, eh)