Three Bears TT #1 : Team Aggress!

Three Bears TT #1

Once again anything can happen. My body was ready for this. I had my video camera on my bike and of course the first thing I did was find my turn around blooper, not funny! I went to the finish line to let them know to train their dudes to pay attention, very nicely of course cause we make mistakes, so that’s when he said he will adjust my time. Ok cool I didn’t expect that so I thanked him, then  he said 10sec. Shit man if your adjust be realistic on how long it takes to do a loop in the middle of a hard TT. But I’m happy, I’m healthy, clean and doing this shit again in a couple of weeks.
Always great to see every one out  and Horn on a TT bike, scary! Feed back on the Osymetric ring dude.
Lelond thanx for making the trip, and showing me how to LockOn.
Thanks Richard, for the results and providing the shade…
Good times and good times everybody…I blew my left butt cheek out trying to get comfortable on my TT bike.
Thanks Gus for shaming me into doing it…BTW everybody, they gave Gus a ten second bonus for messing his turnaround…..shoulda been more like 30-40 seconds. Bottom line is, he was flying, and he was LOCKedON!
Hope you mountain goats flattened Lemmon today, and flew the flames proudly.
Tim, I think you averaged 24.99999 miles an hour…you shouldn’t have burped halfway through…haha.
Way to crack the magical 25 mph barrier Richard!
Kerry, are you sure you’re new to this game? Your time indicates you still have lots of residual strength from your ‘Haliburton Hockey School’ days! And being on an exotic bike probably didn’t hurt either….great showing.
See y’all next time around,
Aggress results:

Kerry McLaughin 5th place Cat5 53:04
Gus Amado 5th place Cat4 47:35
  (officials accidentally had him turn at the 20K turnaround)
Michael Lalonde 3rd place M 55+ 46:07
Tim Scott 1st place M 40+ 45:08
Rich Horn 1st place Cat-3 44:25


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    Aggress is a Tucson-based statewide / regional cycling team formed in January, 2004.
    As a developmental team for both road and mountain bike racing, Aggress continues to actively – yet carefully – recruit according to a philosophy that emphasizes teamwork in both training and racing tactics.
    Our focus is to race as a team, utilizing team tactics to get our man the win. We ride in support of our designated racer, with each member in turn supported in the key event(s) of his choosing.
    We are aggressive when we race, but we behave in a courteous and sportsmanlike manner at all times. We also have team training rides that we utilize throughout the season.