Saturday, April 17, 2010

Bad News

I have bad news folks.  I am not going to be able to spend all day riding different (non-Airborne) bikes and photographing and reviewing them.  Last night, before heading to the Follow Me Premiere, we ate supper at a Crape place, and it was delicious!  Well something (probably the eggs) didn't sit well with me.  I'll spare you the gory details, but I did not have a good night last night.  I woke up feeling a bit better, and hopped on the van to Sea Otter, hoping I'd start to feel better when I got there.  Big mistake!  A little while after we arrived, I heaved up a bunch of water all of the place. Not very pleasant, but there was no food involved.

Ah well, so much for no gory details, haha!  Point is I've slept most of the day and am sitting in my bed at the hotel.  Currently feeling a bit better, but walking doesn't feel too good, and I definitely don't feel like riding a bike.

So I apologize, but I won't be able to glean any more information today.  I feel pretty down about being left out of the loop on the busiest day of the event, but at the moment there is honestly nothing I can do about it.  That being said, I do have a lot of information from yesterday that I haven't gotten down in writing.  So stay tuned for all of that info, and a few new videos! 

For now, if you need a quick media fix, check out Dan Lucas's video edit from his footage yesterday by clicking here. I pop up a few times throughout the movie, and for the short clip when he is "chasing the Zeppelin Elite," I'm the one riding in front of him.  So check that out, and check back later for more awesome content from yesterday!


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