othy wrote:twizzle wrote:O.K. - that makes sense. Should make it interesting to see how some people go through the season, considering some of them raced all through Winter.
I thought "winter" was the season for road racing.....
Not round these parts. During winter, the usual race temps are around 8c - 10c, and competitor numbers drop right off.
Summer race season is Tuesday night crits and Sunday morning races - much nicer.
I don't race in winter - I get tendinitis in the knees when the temp drops if I push too hard. Which is why I bought the trainer - much more civilised temperatures in the kitchen.