Beginning a new chapter in the sweeping saga that is Better Burque, here is our very first home movie. We start with a very short film of the very short cycle-track on Rancho Seco between Central and Lomas. One added benefit from viewing the film is the chance to hear your humble blogger as his voice evidently goes through some sort of 56-year-old puberty.
There’ll be more films to come. They will get better. The quality here matches well with the quality of the stupidest cycle track in town. Why the still-frame is upside-down is only one of countless tweaks that will be implemented throughout this film series.
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