Man oh man. I’ve got the power.
Getting my paws on this blog is like Daddy handing over the keys to the Porsche and telling me to head out and have a good time, don’t worry about curfew. (Except that my father never had a Porsche and Mikey’s more like that one uncle who hugs you a little too long and hangs out around the pool with the younger generation – though I suspect he’s not opposed to you calling him Daddy. I digress.)
When things get quiet around this here page, certain other local “news” sources tend to see the hot & heavy action. Personally, I’ve been shocked at the recent silence on the NCNCARacing.com forum.* (More on that in a later post, I can almost guarantee.) You expect me to believe the trolls found something better to do?
The NCNCA list serve has been mostly quiet, too, until a few days ago. In the middle of a l-o-n-g discussion about improving safety in the cat 5 field, Casey Kerrigan dropped this little bit of information:
This seems like a good time to make an announcement. I am in the process of moving from the Bay Area up to Trinity county. As such I feel it will be time to step aside as NCNCA president and let someone else step up to the job of president. If this is the subject is the one that excites some passion in some people and encourages them to get involved more with NCNCA then hopefully we will have some new blood on the NCNCA board next year.
Sure, I’m a youngun around here, but Casey’s been THE honcho for my entire racing career. He’s dedicated himself to developing the NorCal cycling scene for years. Whether you know it or not, you owe him thanks for all the time and energy he’s put into our little community. We all do. So thanks, Casey, and good luck. You’ll be missed.
Now, who’s got feet big enough to fill those shoes?
*Looks like the whole cat 5 safety discussion is moving to the forum, so by now it might have completely blown up. Haven’t had enough liquid fortitude (ie coffee or beer) yet to go see for myself.
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