Probably inevitable given the forecast - lots of snow and sub-zero all weekend so even if it melts there'll be lots of ice on the lanes.
How about asking if they'll transfer to Flat out in the Fens - that's a good one and I think there are already some off here doing it - couple of weeks before Outlaw and it's flat so you could do it on a TT bike as a warm up.
gutted about the cat and more gutted that it falls on the outlaw! Popsider we should get more doing the flat out!
Think I'm doing flat out in the fenns, 4th time!!!!
Count me in for the Flat Out.
Mrs SA is currently thinking about it
i love the idea of the flat out in the fens but only 2 weeks before the big day is too close for me.....
2 weeks is loads of time, last long ride and then into taper
Travelodge round the corner £25 bargin
112 flat - it's only worth 80 or so in the hills - easy!
(unless it is windy)
oh come on think big, I don't want to be the only one going all the way! PS do not mention anything other than perfect weather.
Having ridden this for the last 3 years, if that course is windy it becomes worse than a hilly course of a very hilly day
I was on it last year and found the 112 ok ( much to my suprise) but it gave me massive confidence for my first ironman at Outlaw. I now need a bigger challenge prior to another crack at the Outlaw, What's the worst that could happen , I fail to do the full distance? That is a challenge worth taking, see you there... whatever the weather there will be no snow!
Flat out in the fenns entered, Hotel booked.
Matt are you traveling down the night before?
I will be travelling down early and hopefully will see you all in blinding black and gold, if your on for the 112 we can at least play around for the first 50 miles or so until the route splits.
I can then play around with next century and try not to get lost!
Booked into a travelodge but not the one thats 1 mile away, this one is 3 miles away (cheaper and don't have to pay for parking)
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