That’s right, boys and girls. I’m a badass because I ride with Sharks. These aren’t just any kind of shark, though, these are Landsharks! Bah! I know. Scary, especially when sharks mingle with bears. I’m sure you know what happens next. That’s right: beer thirty.
A meeting of the land animals occurred at roughly 6:15 p.m., Friday night. The ’sharks and the bear headed in the direction of Bloomer Park to hit up some sweet singletrack. The ’sharks also screwed with the bear by leading the ride on a ridge trail that triggered a bit of the mountain biking bear’s acrophobia. The land animals then proceeded to check out different sections of the park taxing the bear’s legs while also impressing the Ursus awesomus with the natural beauty of the land. They covered 8.67 miles throughout the course of the 1 hour, 21-minute journey through one of Oakland County’s great wilderness areas. I mean, duh! Of course it’s awesome wilderness! It has Landsharks and a bear!
That’s not important though. What is important is what the ’sharks did later in the night to influence the bear. Nancy Shark spun a wild tale about a Rochester Mills Mug Member event later in April. This event will have a nice spread of food and lots of beverages that are included in the low membership fee of $35. The bear took the bait and succumbed to the promises set forth by this tall tale and acquired a beary cool mug for herself.
Zany conversation ensued and then the ’sharks and the bear went home with beers full of bellies. I mean, bellies full of beer.