Last modified: February 15, 2011

Down By The Weephole

Today on Bike Snob he included the Stupor Bowl documentary Down By the Weephole in his post.  DBTWH was filmed a few year's back prior to and during Stupor Bowl 12, and includes many of the MPLS characters, including myself.  That year I finished second to AC team rider Austin Horse . Austin is the guy to whom I'm referring to in the credits as the "fastest guy in the world."  

To give my part in the movie some context, I was a young(er) upstart kid trying to make my name and prove to the haters that i was one of the fastest guys in this town.  I had finished just off the podium during the year prior, and was on the hunt for some retribution. 

Obviously I'm biased since I'm in it, but I think it's definitely a good watch and for those of you out there who live in different parts of the country or world, it's a glimpse into how we keep the cycling love going through the long cold winters.

DOWN BY THE WEEP HOLE: The story of the Stupor Bowl from Nathaniel H. Freeman on Vimeo.

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