ft_critical wrote:Burt 'Pigeon Racer' Jones wrote:ft_critical wrote:The break in A will show you a new level of pain - well assuming one of the big three is driving it.
Who's the 3rd?
Eddy of course...
eon wrote:The bike was rolling beautifully today. for the first time i used 100psi front and 110psi back
eon wrote:i was still freewheeling, but the surprise was on the downhill before the roundabout, i could roll right to mid / up the hill, while others we're pedaling .. What the ??? the only thing different was my tyre pressure - typically i run 120 front and back
mikesbytes wrote:Good racing EON. I was graded in Div 4, and it was a lazy 40.0kph ave speed. In hind sight I should of been in Div 3 with you
heliage wrote:Was good training and good experience for first race back
mikesbytes wrote:I think the 17th clashes with my club race, so I'll have to make a decision. I'll probably be a bit rooted on the 17th as on the 16th I have my hi performance spin class in the morning and then instructor spin training at lunchtime
foo on patrol wrote:You still got a good result considering Eon!
You need to be careful of them rotating the riders in the control of the bunch to, as in swapping the the rider that stays behind to hold back the field.
The best way of making everyone hurt is too keep attacking just as the field comes back together. But if you are on your own with no help, this will make it very hard for you to even look like nullifying their tactics.
scotto wrote:mikesbytes wrote:Please congratulate EON on his win this morning at EC
yeah, he should be in A grade IMO !!
god it was cold !!!
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