Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Man admits to sex with bike Edinburgh, Scotland | October 28, 2007 12:01:13 AM IST A man who admitted having sex with a bicycle in a Scottish hotel has been placed on the sex offenders' register for breach of the peace. Robert Stewart admitted to the crime Friday in Ayr Sheriff Court and is to be sentenced next month, Britain's Telegraph reported Saturday. Stewart was discovered last October by two maids who entered to clean his room during a stay at the Aberley House Hostel in Ayr, Scotland. The accused was holding the bike and moving his hips back and forth as if to simulate sex, a sheriff's spokesman told the court. The shocked witnesses told the hotel manager who told the police. Stewart, according to the Telegraph, is not the first person convicted of sex with an inanimate object. In 1993, Kar Watkins, an electrician, was arrested for having sex with pavements in Redditch, England. (UPI)
Monday, November 12, 2007
OOPS, I guess my return to the CX races was somewhat premature, as I have now REALLY screwed up my calf. It had been FEELING 100%, I even took the time to warm up before sundays race, but, the run-up hill on the first lap popped it AGAIN, not as painful this time around but now I have this groovy knot right under the skin. Once again it really doesn't hurt to ride but there will be NO RUNNING in the near future, so middlecross and jinglecross are officially OFF my schedule, the perfect way to end a perfect season. I shall now consume large quantities of STERZINGS potato chips, coke, and cheese until January 2008. For Sale: 2006 LeMond POPRAD Disc
Monday, November 05, 2007
Needless to say we all hate the fact thats its dark by 5:00pm now, but you couldn't ask for a better day Sunday weather-wise for early november. I took the CX bike on one lap of Dehn's, then headed west into the 20 mph headwind to Lake Geode for one lap of the trail out there. I think my average speed going west was MAYBE 12 mph, but heading back east it was 24, even saw NICK heading into the wind on my way home. Good enough for a 45+ mile day. My calf is getting better but running is still a painful experience so if I do try and race this weekend it'll be just gimpin to the finish, I just don't want to keep re-injuring that muscle...