foo on patrol wrote:You left out the dry retching Jules.
i'm not fit enough to get to that stage, yet, Foo
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mrgolf wrote: There was a new rider I know from another bunch ride who just qualified for Vets, so I knew it was going to be on.
The wheels arent absurdly faster, but they make going that fast slightly easier and less fatiguing. So worth the spend. I wish I could ride em everyday...
jules21 wrote:good stuff with finishing that race lock, would have been hard - i doubt the avg. speed reflects the anaerobic efforts. i don't always succeed, but i figure it's always best to ride as far front in the bunch as possible. it does take a bit of skill and judgment to not get caught out and flushed backwards, or in my case.. more fitness.
cerb wrote:Damn, you guys are going to hurt me when crit season starts again... Sounds like some good racing going on!
Strawburger wrote:Wel done Philip for his top 10 placing at kurrajong today. Certainly looking lean and strong!
philip wrote:About 300m to go some guy in front of me just sat up, I had to hit the brakes and accelerate again, so that was it for my sprint really. Seriously frustrating when people who don't have a sprint get up there make it dangerous!
thearthurdog wrote:I blog about almost all of my races I should start sharing the love here (vomit):
MREJ wrote:Yes the new jerseys are good TLL, but they don't seem to be any faster unfortunately.
I dropped places both times up the hill, the second time losing contact with mike's group. I found a few other strays to ride home with and came in about 6 minutes down.
I also got the death wobbles the first time down the hill, which was a bit alarming at 82kmh. The second time around I stayed in the drops all the way down and tried to keep weight over the wheel, and it was ok.
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