Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Canadian Maple


Brad Pilling sent this pic to me all the way from Canada. I'm not gonna lie. The Canadian maple bars look much better than what we have here in the US "and" A.
One of these days there will be a bike shop connected to a donut shop and there you will find me.


11 comments:

Jonathan James said...

Those Canadians have at least one thing figured out.

Rob said...

Canadians also sell Nibs but in long strips (not the cut up little pieces...aaand you get to pay for them with Toonies...how cool is that?

UtRider said...

What's the plan for jersey payment and distribution?

Rick Sunderlage said...

UTrider- I have the tracking #. They get here tomorrow. If you are local (which you are) I'm happy to meet you and drop it off and collect a check.
2nd option is to do the PayPal thing and I can mail it to you.
let me know what works for you.

UtRider said...

I live in Riverton so it wouldn't be a big deal to either swing by your house and pick it up or meet you at the Chevron on Highland.

Rick Sunderlage said...

Utrider- the Chevron works. We can do the exchange over a diet coke and maple bar.

Grizzly Adam said...

Rick,

Absolute Bikes in Salida, CO is connected to a small cafe, that has a great bakery. There were no donuts, but plenty of pie, cakes, pastries, and lots of other goodies. I think it was the greatest place on earth.

And Canada has great donuts.

Tp said...

Glad you've got a pedestrian pallet or you'd be faster than me.

Keep on eating maple bar boy!

tibiker said...

Oh, I get it, I thought you were just being nice every time you brought me the Krispy Kremes. Now I know your evil plan to fatten me up and slow me down. You know my weakness.

tibiker said...

BTW, that last post was directed at TP in case you were wondering.

Rick Sunderlage said...

tp- riding with wings slows you down much more than the occasional maple bar.

Jamie- i'm putting water in your tires. The donuts aren't working.