Thursday, March 22, 2007

Sprinting, eff yeah



Found on philsgood photo a day by way of team today.

6 comments:

josh 3/27/2007 9:59 AM  

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/fs015

start riding your bike, its like 65 degrees today, the equinox happened, and to quote your blog title....the snow has ended.

josh 3/27/2007 4:16 PM  

that, or running....

touche (ben stiller dodgeball style)

josh 3/30/2007 9:30 AM  

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

josh 4/01/2007 9:01 PM  

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....

josh 4/02/2007 12:28 PM  

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 blury

regardless, 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.

josh 4/02/2007 2:35 PM  

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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