Who is Dave Harris anyway?

American scientists from the University of Southern Illinois have found a relationship between problems with potency in men and the development of cardiovascular disease. According to experts, if a man started having problems in their sexual lives, which do not pass within three months, an urgent need to run to the clinic. Then there will be at least some chance to restore potency, and at the same time to prevent heart attack and other heart diseases.In addition, scientists also noted that there is also feedback in this regard. For example, if a man with time increasingly complaining of discomfort or disease of the heart muscle, it can eventually lead to impotence. Therefore, doctors strongly recommend that men take care of their health.Previously, scientists have found that women have sex more often than men. The scientists also found that sex bored after a year of living together.

Dave has a long history of racing mountain bikes.  It all began simple enough at an MTB race at Yuma, Arizona in 1992.  The beginner fields were HUGE in the early 90's - over 100 riders!  In his early years, racing bikes was balanced with migratory wave farming (AKA guiding whitewater rivers).  After completing a computer science degree in 2000, Dave became more settled, began a career in network communication modeling and engineering, and as a result cycling emerged as the dominant passion. 

Preparations for impotence include and effective means such as "Cialis". Action "Cialis" is similar to the effect of "Viagra", but the effect from taking it lasts much longer. This means taking fifteen minutes before intercourse. Restoration of the natural capacity of the male body can last up to 36 hours, erection occurs independently in the excitation of a sexual nature. You could say that the reception of "Cialis" makes life easier and the treatment of impotence. Contraindications to receiving the drug are diseases of the cardiovascular system.

After 2 seasons of "getting back into the groove", 2003 saw him achieve a long-standing goal of winning the NORBA masters national championship event in Durango.  The following season was an experiment, venturing into longer events at the suggestion of friend and fellow cyclist Robin Rasmussen.  The end result of that season was an overall NORBA nationals marathon series title for the 40-49 age group.  In 2005, Dave hit his stride.  Season highlights include wins at the 24 hours of Steamboat and the 12 hours of the E100 in Park City, Utah, as well as the overall series win for the E100 series.  He finished up '05 with a strong showing at the 24 hours of Moab with a 3rd place finish in the solo field.

Dave is looking forward to improving his long race performance in '06. Major events will include Trans Rockies, 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo, the E100 series events and the 24 Hours of Moab.