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Your personal website please...(19 posts)

Your personal website please...RecRider
Jun 29, 2001 12:45 AM
It's interesting to know an avid cyclist through his/her website. Some sites that I've gone through are from Cliff Oates, Doug, Spoke Wrench, and lately Humma Hah. I don't have one but to those who has , I certainly would appreciate it if you let me/us know your site.

I've been reading Myra's Bike Pages and it inspired me even more.
re: Your personal website please...CyclingWolf
Jun 29, 2001 12:51 AM
I have a couple pics I took in my Photography Portfolio and more
to come. I was all set to attend the US Pro race in Philly but
was not able to attend...more to come @ http://www.wolfpaw.com
I am also the web designer for BikeBeat, Inc. here in Williamsburg
Virginia and I have a short bio with pic there as well under the
link "About the Web Designer" @ http://www.bikebeatonline.com

I am really enjoying the pictures of bikes in the Gallery on here,
and will have mine posted soon..just a couple more upgrades : )

Cycling yours,

George
Williamsburg, VA

P.S. would not be against posting pics and bikes etc of people on
here on a special link off my site if anyone interested. Nice to
put pictures to screen names etc!
re: Your personal website please...sbw
Jun 29, 2001 1:55 AM
actually this is not my personal webpage but it my group webpages.

http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Campground/1907/index.html
Onrhodesonrhodes
Jun 29, 2001 5:50 AM
Pete Rhodes page or C.S. Ardagna
greg lemond, eh? pretty cool! NMHaiku d'état
Jun 29, 2001 7:05 AM
re: Your personal website please...PsyDoc
Jun 29, 2001 5:55 AM
I tend to use my "professional" website as my personal one as well. The personal info can be found off the links "Life Away from Work" and "Personal Trivia" in the left-hand column. The URL is: http://chiron.valdosta.edu/mawhatley/ I am also one of the people responsible for our bicycle club's website, but I have not had much time to work on it. FWIW, the URL is: http://www.azaleacitycyclists.com
re: Your personal website please...Haiku d'état
Jun 29, 2001 7:08 AM
Dohhh.... BART!!Cima Coppi
Jun 29, 2001 7:16 AM
Nice Bart animation on your training page. Can we make a jersey out of that one??
EAT MY SHORTS!Haiku d'état
Jun 29, 2001 7:26 AM
yeah, it's pretty cool. check out the 2000 training page...
Hey, that could be....Cima Coppi
Jun 29, 2001 7:59 AM
Lance and Jan by the second TT on the Tour!!!
What's wrong with you!PaulCL
Jun 29, 2001 7:22 AM
You don't like Montgomery Inn ribs! They're awesome - fall-off-the-bone tender!, great sauce, their own brand of beer, and lots of napkins, ugly bibs, big steak fries, and all Lo-Cal! OK, they are expensive...but worth it. I live about five miles from one of their new Northern KY restuarants.

To each their own....couldn't help 'ribbing' you a little.
What's wrong with you!PsyDoc
Jun 29, 2001 8:35 AM
Is that the Montgomery Inn that is by what is now Cinergy Field? If not, have you been to that one? Perhaps they had an off night, but the ribs I had were definitely not fall-off-the-bone tender. If I get another chance, then I will give them another try. The first day of our honeymoon, we took in a Cincinnati Reds game...I love being married to an exercise physiologist!! In fact, that was the last game that was officially played in "Riverfront Stadium" before the name change to Cinergy. As such, Marge Schott made an announcement that whoever wanted to run the bases after the game could do so. After the game, Stacey and I ran the bases...very cool!

I do not know how he does it, but my dad makes the best ribs on the planet!!
RIBS!!!PaulCL
Jun 29, 2001 11:42 AM
Montgomery Ribs just opened a restuarant on the 'correct' side of the river, in Ft. Mitchell, KY in the Oldenberg Brewery complex. The one you went to must have been the M -Inn at the Boathouse.

You must have caught them on a VERY bad night. I've been to their restuarant(s) dozens of times without complaint. The ribs have always been very tender and delicious. Still, overpriced.

As for the Reds game...what a treat, to run the bases on the field. Usually you get arrested if you try to do that (about a dozen drunk jokers per year jump out of the stands to try it).

And I gotta ask...???a honeymoon in Cincinnati????...I don't get it?
Honeymoon in Cincinnati...PsyDoc
Jun 29, 2001 12:07 PM
We were both grad students at the University of Kentucky and were on a budget. Oddly enough, we had a blast!!
Hey Mark! Didn't know you posted here. (nm)Jim Burton
Jun 29, 2001 8:17 AM
Hey Mark! Didn't know you posted here. (nm)PsyDoc
Jun 29, 2001 8:35 AM
Guilty as charged. When are you going to pick up your bike?
Hey Mark! Didn't know you posted here. (nm)Jim Burton
Jun 29, 2001 3:13 PM
This Monday, actually. I am too excited for words. I plan on riding it with the group on Tuesday, weather permitting. Hope to see you there.
mostly an mtb site...ScottH
Jun 29, 2001 9:58 AM
Bunches of photos from rides, races etc. No roadie stuff yet.

sh13.home.texas.net
re: Your personal website please...Lardog
Jun 30, 2001 7:48 PM
www.fitonthenet.com