Cygnet Publishing Group, Incorporated/Coolreading.com, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 60 pages
Sets high energy action adventure mysteries in the intense world of extreme sports. From snowboarding to mountain biking, scuba diving to skydiving, the action is extreme!My brakes are gone! Mountain bike racing -- it's slow, steady and very safe... until you make the downhill turn. Blake Coffey knows the mountain trails better than anyone. He practices harder than anyone. And nobody can pull the stunts he does. So winning the Summit Race seems a sure thing... until he finds a knapsack of hundred-dollar bills along the trail during a practice run. Now it seems the sport he lives for just might kill him.
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ahead big boulder Blake brakes breaking glass brown suit bundles busted cellular phone chain Cliff Dive climb closer cologne count counter cuts SERIES dad shouted desert hills Devil's Leap dropped drugs face fast FICTION fifty thousand dollars friends front tire garage grabbed my bike grinned ground hand handlebars hard head heard helicopter hip pack hundred-dollar bills hurt jumped keep the money knew looked at Tommy Lucas melon melon-headed guy minutes later missing nail numbers path pedaled phony money police punched riding rifle rock rode safe sand dollars scared Sheriff Werkle pointed Sheriff Werkle smiled Sheriff Werkle told Sherlock Holmes shoot shot shotgun Shut side Sigmund Brouwer someone sound steep stood stopped strap Summit Race Summit Trail sure sweat talk tell thing thought Tommy's dad town truck turn the money Undertaker walked wheelie worry Yeah