|Glen Copus at Cyclocross Nationals 1986 -- Scott's Valley, CA. I'm pretty sure on that.|
And there's a story about that frame. It's some frame I can't remember made by a guy whose name I can't remember. Glen found it in the tall grass around Keith Bontrager's garage back in the ice age. Glen fixed it up and replaced the front end and raced it for a few years. He later gave it to some local kid, who ended up crashing it.
I'm helping Glen build a new website for Elephant Bikes. This pic (and others equally awesome -- early BMX, mountain, etc) will go on his site.
This officially puts me in the "no longer just a friend and sort of objective observer of things related to Elephant bikes."
I am officially an Elephant shill. I will benefit from Elephants being sold in the future. It's not clear to me exactly how, as we've not really had a discussion of compensation, but I'll be taking all this work to the bank at some point, so that makes me interested financially in Elephant's business.
Which, even by my low-bar of blogging ethics, requires full disclosure.
So there it is.