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I dont have a TT
Got my bike ready......
I'll bring you that new tri suit you were after.
... and the wetsuit ..
I think M...eldy's newest broomstick might be about that young Jedward
VT'd - cheers, that just the colour I was after, and those new natural running style shoes should make the marathon fly by!!
Iron Pingu wrote (see)
... and the wetsuit ..
got to save some surprises for the day Pingu....but you won't be disappointed
RAFI !!! I heard that.
Pfft, why can't I insert a picture! Fecking puters ...
I am finding myself strangely attracted to your wetsuit Rafi. Since we are now going to be roomies, please wear it when you are making my breakfast .
If you have a TT bike then its ideal.....If you have a road bike add some TT bars.
The hills aren't short sharp buggers - you can stay TT ing for lots, then hoof i out of the saddle where needed.Its not an IM Wales, ie where lots of quick gear chainging is needed.The last third is a straight TT, (excluding the pave section)
Deep section wheels may not be such a good option..... depends on the winds, and if you get x winds on the big downhills then......I have been busy on ebay, and now have a set of hed 6 / 9s. I dont think I'll take them out to lanza though....Last year there was a mix of disk wheels, deep sections and normal wheels........
Im going tuesday to tuesday, probably traveling alone so will be looking to share a pad in pirate accomodation.
Pingu - is this some sort of fetish we should be aware of before we go to Lanza ??
Although, I could have used one of those for this morning's Olly - 'bobbing' round the lake might have been slightly easier than swimming
Cheers OC - was planning on using my TT - just need to change the gearing now I've finished this seasons Ollys
Rafiki wrote (see)
I hear Sram have just brought out a 10-42 cassette. You won't need the 10 though
I am planning to be there Tuesday to Tuesday to allow for a couple of OW swims before the event. Please put on list for apartment.
I was out there a couple of weeks ago and did most of the bike course, as noted elsewhere the hills are not really a problem, the difficulty will come from the strength and direction of the wind. (last week 37km/h from NNE). Sadly I did not do the last bit downwind from Nazaret.
I look forward to seeing you there.
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