jasonc wrote:I guess it's CCR - it happened on the way to work. I'm the nutbag that comes to the front at around 1:35
I reckon I got a few CCR points that day...
EDIT: fixed link
Defo got some points there
A small victory indeed, as he may well have been taking it easy at the end of a long commute (as I had been), but I did take some satisfaction in putting away some expensive carbon. And it was drug free, apart from the nice glass of shiraz I enjoyed over dinner...
find_bruce wrote:Doping in CCR
mikesbytes wrote:i thought it was a C grader
mikesbytes wrote:find_bruce wrote:Doping in CCR
i thought it was a C grader
FuzzyDropbear wrote:I dunno, we might need to have an investigation into this, was that a performance enhancing shiraz, or is that what all the kids are calling it these days? We might have to strip you of your CCR titles, especially with the new anti doping CCR regime! I mean, this is a serious competitive sport here, we really need to clean the streets up.... lol.
master6 wrote:There is another thread here about wheel sucking etiquette
I must admit (with absolutely no feelings of guilt or regret) that , when in Brisbane, I often time my afternoon ride toward home along the western freeway bike track to coincide with the hordes of commuters heading out to the western suburbs. Usually manage to sit an enthusiastic pace setter from Towong bus station to Moggil Rd crossing, then the next bit to Fig Tree Pocket Kindergarten. At that point I am nearly home.
Etiquette? No problems
KonaCommuter wrote:warthog1 wrote:Keep them coming Kona . One of the best parts of the forum
This could be one of my best for the year
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