Monday, October 31, 2005

halloween was a hoot!

well we all survived (to the best of my knolwledge) halloween. the turn out was not great, and it was pretty cold, but we had fun anyway. the tire-less bike race was unbelieveable: although the huffy only lasted 7 riders i think everyone was pleased at the performance. there were a few ties due to poor timing equipment, so at this point there are no official results, but everyone (but myself) had good showings in the 19-22 second range. i came in with a steller 26 seconds (safety is my middle name). after the bike crumbled and we were no longer able to ride it we decided we should throw it. this pleased the crowd. lee was the winner of the huffy huck, but becuase there was no tape measure the actual distence is unknown. but man, he threw that bike far. next was the scary jump of death. again i lost. and bad. i am so scared of everything, why i am such a cry-baby. anyway, as expected cole took this event by a long shot, and everyone cheered him on to his victorious victory.
the ride threw the city that followed was fantastic. we went to the costume contest in the central west end, then to u-city where megan and i broke off for a small party and everyone else cruised to north city for a big party. details, and possible guest author to follow. also i think there are a few pictures, which, hopfully, will also follow.
keep in mind, and tell your friends: full moon fiasco seven is wednesday november 16, 2005
hi-pointe (claytton and skinker) drinks at 10:00 or 10:30 ride at 11:00pm
be there, and be ready to rumble


Anonymous Jim said...

It was a good night, indeed... the beer and bike riding kept the cold at bay. Never did find the group again, although I did manage to make it all the way to Hanley and Natural Bridges before giving up. How was that party?

October 31, 2005 7:47 PM  

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