Found on philsgood photo a day by way of team today.
um...hate to be the one to tell you this...that is not sprinting. this is:http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2007/mar07/msr07/index.php?id=/photos/2007/mar07/msr07/fs015start riding your bike, its like 65 degrees today, the equinox happened, and to quote your blog title....the snow has ended.
that, or running....touche (ben stiller dodgeball style)
i'll do my best....im racing c's and we are division 2, so its some ungodly early hour (like 930 i think)....if your planning on getting there
i attacked the crap out of lap 1....i hope you saw it. i then sat up front and tried to drive the pace a bit on climbs, and then totally blew up on the last climb, on wondered why my legs were feeling tired....
you are probably right. there was 1 guy clear. then 2. then my group. that was at the finish. on the climb, i was with the 2 guys, but blew. i dont really remember when the next group caught me, i thought the descent, but i could be wrong, it was all a big blur. or, if you were low down on the hill, 2 guys attacked on the flat right before the climb (neither of them climbers) and i was sitting in the 3rd group, they got caught somewhere on the climb, and the mvoe of those 2 guys (well i was with them, so 3) was a counter.....i think, again, all bluryregardless, thanks for coming out and for the support. There were a few people on that climb screaming things, and it really helped me suck it up and ride.
i have never been in a situation in my life where a cowbell wasn't the appropriate sound device.my memory of that climb = wow, im hungry, followed by, wow, my legs hurt, and then, hm, i better go now, and then 4 miles had passed and the race was over. with a healthy dose of cowbell, screaming, and my name (once or twice) thrown in between the base of the climb and the finish.
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