Outlaw last minute questions ??

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TheEngineer    pirate
22/06/2012 at 14:03
Golden Boots wrote (see)

another (much more important) question -

a coolbag and a bag of ice from the shop, with a crate of frozen beers taken out of the freezer on Saturday morning... will they still be cold by 6pm Sunday night?

6pm? Shall I pass you one as you come through T2 then?

22/06/2012 at 14:32
Golden Boots wrote (see)

Great idea cake.... I know who can give an answer for alcohol / food related queries. I suppose I could also do it the night before... might make the bore of a 3.8km out and back swim a bit more exciting  

 

BTW are you getting the train to HPP on Saturday morning per chance? I'll be jumping on at Chesterfield sometime if you are?

GB, where are you based?? I live in Alfreton, so if you need some of your gear taking down I might be able to help. But I am going down on Friday straight from work! My Mum's coming down with her caravan so I'm lodging with her over the weekend. I'll be heading home on Tuesday so I could potentially bring stuff back too!!

Golden Boots    pirate
22/06/2012 at 14:43
Little Sister wrote (see)
Golden Boots wrote (see)

Great idea cake.... I know who can give an answer for alcohol / food related queries. I suppose I could also do it the night before... might make the bore of a 3.8km out and back swim a bit more exciting  

 

BTW are you getting the train to HPP on Saturday morning per chance? I'll be jumping on at Chesterfield sometime if you are?

GB, where are you based?? I live in Alfreton, so if you need some of your gear taking down I might be able to help. But I am going down on Friday straight from work! My Mum's coming down with her caravan so I'm lodging with her over the weekend. I'll be heading home on Tuesday so I could potentially bring stuff back too!!

LS I will be at the parents in Wingerworth but will be OK thanks... got SE taking some stuff for me (Which is why I refuse to even acknowledge his poor attempt at humour above!!) Should only have a bike and rucksack so will just cycle down from Nottingham station on the Saturday morning  Thank you anyway

Lee the Pea    pirate
22/06/2012 at 14:44

Just be careful GB, cycling with two slabs of beer in the rucksack might put you off balance slightly 

MovingAlong    pirate
22/06/2012 at 14:51

Are people planning on making use of the practice swim on the Saturday?

Symes    pirate
22/06/2012 at 14:51
Lee the Pea wrote (see)

Just be careful GB, cycling with two slabs of beer in the rucksack might put you off balance slightly 

Not as much as if you carry them internally 

Golden Boots    pirate
22/06/2012 at 14:51
Lee the Pea wrote (see)

Just be careful GB, cycling with two slabs of beer in the rucksack might put you off balance slightly 

True... might have to drink everything up before I get to Nottingham then!!

Ironholgs    pirate
22/06/2012 at 15:02
MovingAlong wrote (see)

Are people planning on making use of the practice swim on the Saturday?

Nope, can't see any benefit to it.

22/06/2012 at 15:07

Stupid Question 1:

If I can convince my wife to give me a lift from our hotel to T1 on race day (I will get a taxi), are there any traffic / road closure issues? Where is a good place to get dropped off?

Stupid Question 2:

On the bike, can you grab drink bottles on the move like at Ironman UK? This is a good game, I almost mastered it by the end of last year's race.  

Ironholgs    pirate
22/06/2012 at 15:22

Chesilboy - on the morning of the race you get dropped off right by the main complex near the start, I'll be arriving by car like last time. Don't think they closed the access road until after the swim started.

Yes, to your second question.

22/06/2012 at 15:29

The only road closures I know of will be the main access road (Adbolton Lane) once the race has started (we will be using it to head out onto the bike course). There will  also be a lane closure on the A52 between Adbolton Lane and Radcliffe on Trent which is for us to cycle along. These closures should be lifted reasonably quikcly once the last cycklist is on their way.

There should be some traffic management in place for us at various junctions to help / protect the competitors but I'm not aware of any other closures. There is website I can have a quick look at to see if there is any other TM on the course.

Also you could check the Spectator info, might be something in there! http://dload.osb.s3.amazonaws.com/info/outlaw12spectatorinfo.pdf

22/06/2012 at 15:30
Thanks holgs and little sister!
Edited: 22/06/2012 at 15:31
22/06/2012 at 15:48

Looked at that website and I can't see any more road closures indicated that might affect people getting around by car. But going from experience that doesn't mean to say that there aren't any!!

Lee the Pea    pirate
22/06/2012 at 15:55
Cake wrote (see)
Golden Boots wrote (see)

I should be OK thanks - will only have a rucksack and the bike and it means I can cycle that way from the city.

Actualy that's a point... im surprised you're not cycling from Sheffield and trying to say that it would make for a good brick / pre-training session!!

Shouldnt have problems. I dont think I will care that much how cold they are... as long as beer and whisky are available!!

 

Dude it’s been done before but last time I had to ditch all the cakes I’d baked for Lea and Meldy with space in the rucksack. Ending up having to eat them all. This time I can come with my full bag of trick’s

  Clearly you need a bigger rucksack!! 

M...eldy    pirate
22/06/2012 at 15:59

Clearly !!!!

22/06/2012 at 19:38
Piss up on the Saturday night? I wonder....
23/06/2012 at 08:47

How late do they serve food on the Sunday night?
My relay crew will probably want to eat earlier than me but may be polite and wait, and I think that I will feel like eating after the run but anticipate finishing 9pm or later.

Cpt.Jack sparra    pirate
23/06/2012 at 10:48
Hopefully till midnight .......I should be crawling in about then !!
flyaway    pirate
23/06/2012 at 11:43

How likely is it that the lake will be choppy? Wind here this morning is averaging 14mph and the lake I swam in was horrible. I dont like waves!

23/06/2012 at 11:50

It's protected on three side F, with building and a big bank on the main bits..not sure if this will do enough to stop the wind but as its' used for rowing would have thought this would be part of the lakes design.

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