|Seagull Century: Do you wanna ride? (For free)||NeedSpeed|
Oct 8, 2002 10:24 AM
|Okay, it's simple. I registered for this back in July. My buddies didn't. Registration is closed. So, rather than do ANOTHER century alone, I think I'll just conquer some Md.-D.C.-Va. hills on Saturday instead. |
If you love the feeling of taking carbon, aluminum, steel, rubber and plastic and making it propel you along at 25 mph, and you want to do Seagull this year, you can have my ride registration packet, numbers and even the cherished long-sleeved Seagull t-shirt.
all you have to do is be the first interested person to e-mail me at email@example.com and give me your preferred shipping address (no P.O. Boxes, though). I will FedEx the formentioned packet FIRST THING TOMORROW (Wed., Oct. 9) to you next day service (Thurs. afternoon Oct. 10 delivery). You will be billed for the shipping. That's all. This is a bargain. The most shipping would be for a FedEx letter is about $18 bucks depending on where you live. Registration WAS $60 before it closed. I only ask that you enjoy the ride and make like Aitor or Lance in an ITT! Again, first one to e-mail me gets it. Need info. on the ride? Go to www.seagullcentury.org. I did the metric last year. It's flat and it's fun. I'll post again when I have a winner. This is no contest and there is no strings. All you've got to do is love the bike, love to ride, want to do Seagull and pay shipping.
Get on the bike and ride!
|Why not just ride it?||pmf1|
Oct 8, 2002 10:48 AM
|I've ridden it alone a few times.
With 6000 people, you're never really alone on that ride.
|Yeah, what he said...and if you see us in the beer garden...||Gregory Taylor|
Oct 8, 2002 10:54 AM
|...come over and say "hello".
Yup, where else can you chow on pie and ice cream (the last rest stop), and then 20 miles later suck down a few cold ones COMPLETELY WITHOUT GUILT! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA!
|re: Seagull Century: Do you wanna ride? (For free)||NeedSpeed|
Oct 8, 2002 11:44 AM
|We have a winner! Aline, enjoy the ride. The registration packet will be enroute tomorrow. No more e-mails, please.|
Oct 8, 2002 12:08 PM