I wanted to make a post about Tony Hoffman spending some time at the Chula Vista OTC, but before getting the chance to, I saw this post by Mike Carruth on BMXNews that’s better than I would have done. So give that a look and then check out Tony’s 5 days of bloggin from the OTC.
It’s pretty creepy that with the way things are now, I will have this post up before Gavin is at the hospital. This photo was seen on his facebook not to long after watching him get wheeled off the track on a stretcher on Go211. I’ll steal his quote from facebook regarding his suspected injuries too “Can’t remember 2 much I’ll be fine. On the way to get xrays now.”
Lubbe got tangled up with thoffonline.com going into the first turn. It’s been a rough season for South Africa, let’s hope Gavin is just bruised and the Xrays come back clear.
Straight from the horses Fabebook, “X-rays back, no fracture thank God! Just bruised badly! Thanks everyone 4 the wishes”
I don’t think I can say enough how much I dislike podcasts. Tony Hoffman is a solid dude, Mike Carruth over at BMXNews did an awesome podcast with him (it’s still running in the background right now). It’s looong (longer than the normal long of them) but Tony has alot to say, so go hear it here.
Tony posted this interview up over on thoffonline.com I’m only half way through my listen right now, but it’s a good one. Both of those dudes are really wordy when they talk(no offense) so it goes on a bit. Fun Fact: You can get your lung fused to your ribcage.
Props to Tony for making content happen.
BMX and training don’t end when your clip shoes come off or you un-rack your last weight.
Tony Hoffman posted an awesome interview getting to see the inside of Marc Willers brain in regards to whats happening with his race life and training. And also askes the million dollar question about getting bumped over turn 2 while leading at the Chula Vista Supercross this past September. Check it out here.