jamie tardi wrote (see)
+1 for the hungry, does anyone else find that after a big session the next door or more so on a rest day you just want too eat everything including the plate?
My desk at work has teeth marks on it
Stanners from the Bridge wrote (see)
As soon as wifey is out of the door...I am ordering a pizza!
Quality, secret eating is great
MTFU everyone. It's not a knitting club.
I feel like I'm eating 24x7 and I'm only training for sprint tris!
50 mile on the bike done, now out with the family for my second favourite pastime, eating!
another 7 miles ran.......enjoying my holiday
parkfun this morning, nice and steady, then 51 miles averaging 18mph this afternoon, into a headwind for a fair chunk, and a diversion towards the end took it from planned 45 to actual 51. Not sure I ate enough, I felt pretty dead by the end.
Looks like I'm out for a nother 2 hours or so tomorrow morning with a friend, so it'll be a nice steady recovery ride, then I'll need to get a long run/walk/crawl in too.
I think I may be starting to feel the mojo returning
Some great riding out there, chaps and chapesses
reckon we might just make that start line ...
lol. Making the start line is a definite. Its making the finish line Im worried about
I think getting to the beginning of the run would do me ...
how many century rides are folk planning to do? I have about 4 group rides in my diary so far ... but should I try to do 100 on my own as there is no drafting on the day ...???
yes britsksy.it builds character
Britrisky wrote (see)
I think getting to the beginning of the run would do me ... how many century rides are folk planning to do? I have about 4 group rides in my diary so far ... but should I try to do 100 on my own as there is no drafting on the day ...???
I did a well supported large group century. On the day they'll be no drafting, but you'll see other cyclists and there will be non-drafting trains (like a chain gang but 7.5m apart) going past, and supporters. You won't be in isolcation like you might be on a training ride.
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