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Powderhorn 24

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The second annual Powderhorn 24, a 24 hour alleycat (well it's a fixed course so it's not really an alleycat) was held this past weekend in my neighborhood in South Minnie.

The idea carried over from the Riverwest 24 in Milwaukee which I've been lucky enough to participate in for the last three years. The event is not only intended to be a celebration of the cycling culture, but to be a neighborhood building event as well.

For our end of things: our team was christened “More Naps Than Laps” and the only thing we gave a shit about was partying our faces off and being the best house on the course. We cheered, built a jump, drew on the sidwalk, high fived neighbor kids, and setup the sprinkler in pursuit of a good time. It was an adult slumber party of epic proportions and a damn good time was had all around.

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