Raleigh Bicycles

Posted by Chris Skogen On February - 29 - 2012

Here at Almanzo we're big fans of the motto, 'run what ya brung' and in no way would we ever encourage anything else. That said though, if you're in the market for a new rig (especially one that crushes the rock) be sure and check these guys out. We've been riding the RXC since late last Fall and absolutely love it. Quick, stiff and responsive, this thing handles like a dream. Whether it's steel, aluminum or carbon that gets you out of bed, Raleigh has something that will to fit your needs. Maybe it's the RXC or the Roper? Maybe your a high style kind of person and it's the International or the Militis? Don't believe us? Go and test ride one today and see for yourself.

Sample Post 2

Posted by Chris Skogen On June - 30 - 2011

A second sample post to see how everything will look and to see how far the body of text will move over toward the photo. I think it's working rather well, I'm just not certain as to the final layout.

Sample Post

Posted by Chris Skogen On June - 30 - 2011

A sample post to see how everything will look


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Here's the deal...

Posted by Chris Skogen On 8:51 AM
The website is up! With the exception of the "links" and "photos" pages (future homes for past sponsors/articles/etc. and race photos), the site is up and hopefully legible. If you have any questions, let me know. Otherwise have a look. (I know it isn't perfect, but it's better than a stick in your spokes.)

Registration is going to open on the 1st of January. What this means is that you will be able to send me postcards regarding your willingness to participate in this event. It is free to enter. (Free does not mean that I want to get your postcard and take the time to gather your info and add it to my list just so you can change your mind because you have nothing invested in coming here to race.)

A quick note about commitment and where I stand on the issue:
If your not going to commit to riding on the 16th of May, please don't register. If you do commit and your car starts on fire the morning of the race and you cannot make it, that is something different. I don't want to sound like a prick, but this event takes a lot of my time and money and I want to keep it free because that is something I truly believe in. I am not asking for money, just help in keeping things moving along smoothly. If your not going to come because you don't feel like it, don't waste your time, mine or that of anyone else.

Sorry about that, but hey, I am just one man.

Back to the task at hand. There is no limit to how many persons can enter. I will keep the registration window open for one month. That's right, from January 1st to February 1st you can enter this race by sending a postcard with the following information to the address below:

-Racing Age
-Class (Open, Single, Fixed)
-Electronic Mail Address


Almanzo 100
1217 7th Ave NW
Rochester, Minn.

Send it and you shall ride.

*Disclaimer - I absolutely will not accept entrants prior to the 1st of January or after the 1st of February.

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