scrapping the money together for it, tis an expensive month for this tri lark!
drums fingers impatiently waiting for it to open....
How much is it?
£122.50 I think...
Bala has just opened.£88 and you get £5 back when producing the BTF membership........on the 9th june.had some lovely towels form this event....
2nd june enduroman half...£80 and last year recieved medal and finishers t-shirt plus a buff and a buff tshirt...not saying they will give the same again
Outlaw half will have to come up with something special for it to push me away from the other two
for me it is the proximity of outlaw half - won't need to stay away for it and won't disrupt the rest of the family too much. year after, however...................
I will be racing elsewhere on the same weekend. So for that reason, I'm out.
Bala. thats Bala not Baha. Bala as in Next to Snowdon ?
Im mad, but not certifiable until 2014 when I'm thinking ironman 70.3, uk and wales as a quiet year....
you say everythings almost flat. Ive been to north wales. only thing flat around there is the sea.
Dave The Ex- Spartan wrote (see)
The lake at Bala is very deffo not flat, it's a great bike course with a really big hill in the middle of it, and as you do an out and back you get the fun of it twice
Ah, the message hear is masochism is for triathlete like a duck is to water
I remember that bike ride. I was a totally cr@p cyclist then so it took as age and it was freezing. Some of even camped.- never been so cold, but Bala is a lovely spot.
I'm now tempted with Enduroman half to be honest rather than Outlaw.
I am really keen on this one but I am wondering if it will be as great for me without alot of pirates being present!
Saffer's If I don't do it it's so local it would be rude not to pop over and shout abuse at you on the course. plus is it's the same day as Buxton half so I can justifiably say can't do that 13 miles of mountains and mistery for once as buzy.
The half appears to be open?
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