The Pantani ride happened, but that's so 2005 it's barely worth mentioning.
What matters: The Future.
It will be cool to tell people, some day, that you knew them back when they were groms, before they made it big, when they were stuck holding down the fort while their parents celebrated a dead roadie who did EPO.
Brian Lewis might have sent the whole Pantani route in 2:39, with a flat tire, on a road bike, into a headwind, shattering the record by 18 minutes or so. That's cool and all. But these kids rip.
The whole thing reminds me that I should be building much bigger berms.
Thanks to all who came out, shredded, drank all the beer, and made it home safely. Prepare to be a part of how things used to be.
Into the future, and up, up, up.