Lets see what happens next.
Kelly gets the text and reads it to the Team Director.
As his forehead crumples Eric asks Kelly, "Does he not know the connection between baby aspirin and Reye's Syndrome?" Eric then asks Kelly through his gritting teeth to go to the nearest Wal-Mart which is only 1.2miles away and purchase the largest bottle of Baby Aspirin she can find.
Caskey arrives looking for the Baby Aspirin. Eric looks at his watch and calms his lead rider by letting him know Kelly is on the way with a large bottle of the remedy. "She'll be here in less than 3 minutes", Eric tells Caskey.
Caskey gives a wave to the crowd which makes the minutes in transition seem to fly by.
Finally after like 2 minutes and 15 seconds the aspirin arrived and Caskey commences to down a handful hoping that the voo-doo will work the magic.
Caskey asks for a second handful
and just as he takes his second dose none other than Single Speed rider Ross Dowswell comes in for the pass. Sneaky little fellow isn't he?
The Alarm Bells went off, all hands man your battle stations, set Zebra throughout the ship for God sake Caskey's present 3rd place position is pulling away on the back of Dowswell who is not slowing down. Get on your HORSE and Go Brandon, Go!!!
The aspirin had no time to kick in.
As hard as he tried Brandon must not have caught Ross who moved up to second place when second(Avant) at that time fell through the floor. The top three in the 12hr Single Speed lack of class were: 1-Eric Hagerty 2-Ross Dowswell 3-Brandon Caskey
*Editorial correction from Yesterday's post. I accidentally typed local Single Speed rider Ross Dowswell's last name Goswell, like Goes well. I openly apologize to Ross as well as his friends and family for making such a mistake. Good job on your 2nd Place SS finish at the Tree Shaker Ross Dowswell.