Paperman


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Dambusters Triathlon 2014

Posted: Yesterday at 10:43

One of us might try and sneak in if they have a few cancellations available - its just down the road for us.

Garmin Connect Group

Posted: 24/03/2014 at 09:31

Grin, SteadyCJ - I got caught as well - saw the black clouds coming over and headed back for home, but it caught me half way back. Hail can be painful!

Garmin Connect Group

Posted: 21/03/2014 at 10:40

Firefox working fine for me here.

Garmin Connect Group

Posted: 19/03/2014 at 12:47

OK - that's me in too.

The 2013 PSOF buff thread

Posted: 17/03/2014 at 15:15

Arrived this morning - many thanks.

The 2013 PSOF buff thread

Posted: 12/03/2014 at 10:49

Paid - thanks for the work you do on this.

Emergency kit order

Posted: 10/03/2014 at 15:28

I'll admit I've been cautious about ordering any kit - still wondering at the moment, for all I've now been here for a year or so. I'm one who found tri independently of Mr. Holgate's book, but found this forum because of it.

I've met a few pirates at races now, I comment occasionally, and I've certainly had some good advice from those who have been there far longer than I have (and hopefully occasionally given some to newbies who are making mistakes I still remember making!). All that is the business of joining a group and getting to know people, as far as I am concerned. It's something I'm hoping to do more of.

There's also the question of whether putting on a pirate top is a commitment to the longer distances of tri - I've no idea whether myself or the wife will make it up to the big one yet. We'll see how the Vitruvian goes this year.

So yes, I'm one of the new influx. And no, there's no commitment to Iron distance yet. Am I enough a part of this to pull on a pirate top yet? Dunno. Still wondering that myself!

Transition area - bike

Posted: 10/03/2014 at 11:37

Thanks, that's useful - doing London this year for the first time (Oly Sun am). Anyone else down there?

Manchester bike and tri show

Posted: 07/03/2014 at 10:22

Also hunting a new bike, but was very disappointed with the options at the Sandown 220 tri show - only the highly specialist bike boys who assume you have 2 grand to spend, and then add "plus bike fit" if you haven't collapsed by then. Wasn't too impressed with the list of exhibitors at Manchester, as much as I could work them out from the logos - has anyone been before, and is it likely to be better?

Focus bikes - any experience

Posted: 27/02/2014 at 11:49

All very useful - thanks for the feedback, all.

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Focus bikes - any experience

Looking around for a new bike 
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Sun protection for tri

 
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Little Beaver at Belvoir Castle

Anyone else taking part? 
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Dambuster Duathlon tomorrow - fog warning

Just in case anyone's not on email... 
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Dambuster Duathlon

Anyone else in? 
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Head torch

Any suggestions, and how bad are the cheap EBay ones? 
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