Was just thinking, as many cyclists as possible should all head down there on 20th July, the day when the triathlon should have been and have a nice bike around the course. No racing, in fact the slower and more leisurely the better to appreciate how lucky we are to have such lovely areas to cycle in. 2 abreast is often safest I'm told, on the wider roads.
Some people might prefer to cycle the route in reverse, again enjoying the view. I'm sure the locals would appreciate us sharing their lovely part of the world for a few hours on a weekend.
So I've always done my training before breakfast, just set the clock early, get the kit ready the night before, then get up and get on with it. I would take a swig of OJ just to get the overnight taste out of my mouth then on with it, then have breakfast after.
But for various life change reasons (mainly work to be fair), that's proving harder and harder to do these days so I think I will need to shift my training during the week to evenings.
Any suggestions on how to make that work best? I am worried that I will be knackered / hungry etc. when I get home and be even less inclined to train, especially swim. How do you manage that? Snacks before leaving work? Train before you get home? Any tips/tricks much appreciated.