Work on the trails.
Get some good karma points.
As soon as the knee was able I did a trailwork at Cedarville.
The next week during a ride, I stopped by the truck for a break.
I had a flat tire on my truck.
Cut that ride short.
I put in 3 days at Rosaryville shoveling dirt,blowing leaves, and cutting roots.
Saturday I’m riding at Roaryville on an EASY ride. No hucking, no drops.
My seat feels like its spinning.
Loose seatpost collar?
No. Broken frame.
The tube that holds the seat post broke off from the toptube.
Why, I don’t know.
I had a good 3-4 inches of post going down past the break.
Hopefully Trek/Fisher will replace the frame under warranty without giving me any hassle.
Its only 9 months old.
I hope it doesn’t take long. Until I get it back I’ll be riding my 26" Trek 4600 with V-brake and one of the cheapest forks avaliable on the market. So don’t get in front of me on descents, I won’t be able to stop.
So, on this Karma shit.
One of you low life bastards out there are getting the benefit my hard work.
One of you are having good rides when you shouldn’t be.
Maybe your cleaning that log when you shouldn’t have, or have had an unusual string of rides with no mechanicals.
You better hope I don’t find ya.
NO, I don’t want turkey for dinner , AGAIN.