Don't bother - they're likely not an upgrade. If you want to go faster in races for less spend, then get a rear wheel cover from Aerojacket.
M...eldy wrote (see)
Would be good to see you young 'un
I didn't know you held grudges that long
We've done Malaga and Sorrento - the Amalfi coast is beautiful but the more expensive of the two.
Malaga can be done VERY cheaply - budget flight destination, loads of central accommodation, great small bars with 40 cent beers and great tapas.
We used a cycle hire shop in the town and walked to collect the bikes - they were reasonable, and the airport is close to town so minimal transfer costs.
As for the cycling, the roads are incredible and there's LOTS of climbing (including an HC climb starting at the outskirts of town and not stopping until 1000m)
Flat Footed wrote (see)
Outlaw in 2012 had over 70 pirates start the race, i think I suffered from bruised hands from all the high fives along the river bank
Are you sure that's what it was from?
I could combine this with a trip home to see people...... interesting....
I wrote a long response to this, but I won't bother. I'll just leave the following:"intermittent fasting.... ...it's the only way I have ever been able to limit my calories and lose weight"
"I broke eventually and took part ... I had been trying to fast during the day so I have had plenty of calories to play with but I cant carry on eating cake as a lunch substitute"
Much like your personal finances, you have a calorific budget. You know this because you said so. Do you really think 'cake and protein shakes' is the healthiest way to spend it?
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