A great prize & challenge
Reg Nottingham are having a weekend of bike racing, in june, on the sunday they are doing a 25, 50 or 100 mile ride/race I'm still new to my road bike but am loving it!
DS2 - great to hear you're on the list for York. Will have my fingers crossed that you and Tigger can get in. Glad to hear the knees are recovering too. Enjoy that last 20 miler.
I am the same re. the race number talk. Going to the expo with the music playing and all the race anticipation in the air - you just can't beat it.
Right - school run!
Why, oh why are Americans so bloody useless at dealing with anything. They always have to go in all guns blazing and it invariably goes wrong!
The most worrying thing is that we are supposed to view them as guardians of world peace!
In they go and make things worse - as if things weren't bad enough!
They never show any sign of remorse or embarassment - they just always point the finger of blame at everyone else!
I didn't even know anything was happening. Just catching up now. Wow, most of Boston locked down.
Sarah - Love to do York but cannot as orgainsing a charity bike ride for that weekend.
Green & White Tigger - 100 mile, go on you know you want to!!!
DS2 - Surely you will be hearing chants of USA, USA, USA soon. Normal behviour for the Americans.
Reg - shame about York, would have been great to see you.
Currently I look 6 months pregnant with a carb baby
Top no.plate Jen.
Just about to leave for the West - will be in touch over the weekend!
GOOD MORNING PEEPS!! The sun is out and its a glorious day here in derby!! No running for me as hubby is away until the end of may, can only train when the kids are at school! But hey ho, hope everyone gets to enjoy the sun!
Not sure if any of the bootcampers are interested but RRR, bacon and possibly Sarah are coming over to mine on the 10th may, If anyone fancies it just shout up!
Jen yep defo catch up soon xx
Great plate Jen. Been looking for something like that for a while!
Because I am so good to people on here I went out and tested conditions over 21 miles this morning. Ran at 10am and wore a vest and shorts. Light breeze was really nice and it was pretty much ideal conditions for a marathon.
I covered them at 8:10mm and they were very hilly. That's my last long run (well over 20 miles) completed and legs felt very strong although I was pretty thirsty in the last 5 or 6 miles after a very long climb of 3 miles. I ran without water!!!
If you get conditions like these tomorrow Malcs/Sarah you will be fine. I sweated a lot because it felt a lot warmer than I've been used to but just a drink every now and then would have made all the difference.
Sarah - the wind should be at your back for the last 7 or 8 miles pretty much - all the way back along the embankment at least.
Go crack it!!!!
sarah is doing well on target for 3.24!! how exciting!!
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