Friday, March 19, 2010

Milan San Remo

Milan San Remo is an epic race. Looonnnngggg. Once the climbs and dive bomb descents down narrow streets begin, it is an interesting race, but it's usually a long time to wait for a sprint finish. Not my favorite classic, but gotta respect the winner for you need the team to get you to the climbs, the legs to get over the climbs, and the watts to finish it off. That narrows the list considerably and pushes up the odds of a repeat from a previous winner (Repeat winners include Freire,Zabel-4 times!,Kelly, DeVlaeminck, and Merckx). Tough race for a longshot to win. Pozzatto's win came arguably cause everyone was markingBoonen.
So as far as strong teams. Quickstep,Saxobank, Rabobank make the cut. Cervelo as well, but with Haussler out it's one less card to play. Sky should be able to put together a strong team, but I don't think B-H is ready yet(maybe he pulls a Cav). Garmin have a stronger team, but Farrar is longshot
I want Bennati to win (nothing better than an Italian wining MSR!), but I think the winner will come from the quickstep/saxobank/rabobank/cervelo camp.

Hushovd,Bennati, and Boonen are my picks. Wild cards include Allan Davis, Gilbert, Flecha,and Kroon. Haven't really been nailing the predicitions this year, but maybe I will get it right soon.

and don't forget, something this can always happen

Thursday, March 18, 2010

a day obsessed with Tim Kerr

I guess I never looked hard enough, but besides there is a ton of coverage of the still very active Tim Kerr. This man is real inspiration. As long as I have known about punk or skateboarding, Tim Kerr was there blazing the path. Thanks!

lord high fixers

poison 13

Big Boys

wonder what tim kerr and mike watt are up to?

No Age, Mike Watt & Tim Kerr jam from Steven Andrew Garcia on Vimeo.

Awesome moment documented. If only jam bands were like this