Headquarters for the Slender Fungus Cycling Association

Headquarters for the Slender Fungus Cycling Association
Brewers of Hardy Rides.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

May riding and more.

First of all I would like to give thanks to all the veterans that have served and given they time and lives for this great country. I have lived in many a lands through my life and I cannot think of a better place to be than right here in the good ol' USA. Thank you so much. 
I would also like to thank my readers for stopping by and also by giving your comments. I have not given in to other forms of technology and I thank you for staying in touch. I have alway enjoyed posting stuff on this blog and it has always been fun doing so. 
I would also like to take this opportunity to let everyone know that our clan is going to head back to the midwest after our 6 month stay here in Central New York. We have missed our family and friends and also our favorite places to go and enjoy. The gravel has been greatly missed and as soon as I come back that will all resume. So for the time being the wife and I are getting things ready, taking some time to catch up and also going on some very good rides during the week. 
Best, 
Ari 
Slender Fungus Cycling Association. 
 Giggles and Wife Ari and Wife at Snow Top Manlius N.Y.
Wifey and her Bleriot Pratt Falls N.Y. 


 The Subaru and My Salsa Find our way back to IL. Gravel.


I had a chance to ride with my good friend T.J.


 The Slender Fungus Cycling Association Headquarters. Location Classified.


 I attended my first cousin's wedding in ILLinois


 Wifey and I all decked out. We looked smashing.


 In back my younger brother and Me
in front my Dad and my middle brother.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Andos,bienvenido otra vez a casa. Espero que todo haya ido bien y que no se vuelvan por razones negativas.
Un abrazo,

Tomás

Ari said...

No,
Las razones son todas positivas como has visto en las fotos. Estaremos de nuevo en la area de Westmont, no tan alejados como en Sycamore. Ya nos ponemos al tanto pronto.
Un abrazo a ti y tu familia.
Ari

Chad said...

I am most excited to do very long rides with you once again and explore new roads. I still need to invite you down to my neck of the woods and enjoy those with you.

The gravel metric was a great DK200 training ride, with record temps around 98f. My body felt accustomed to the heat, which was good for me to see. I rode a steady 15mph pace with mostly head winds and felt i could ride it a long time. TJ, BonkKing, Gumby, & Jay all rode Pugsleys.

Feel free to e-mail me at chad@(whereweworked).com

Ari said...

Yes dear Llama. We are going to have a great time. I am doing the Death ride invitationals July 14th.
I will email you tonight.
ari

Paul said...

I too am excited you will be back in the Midwest. Looking forward to more rides with you and the rest of the guys. I had the pleasure of meeting Gumby yesterday at the Gravel Metric, as we both lay in a ditch:) He offered me a pork chop! HA HA! I should have took it, as I could barely talk at the end:) I can really beat myself up good;) See you soon:)

franziska@rapidtransitcycles.com said...

lets have a pig roast when yall come back. PORK!