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  • The strange (and aerodynamic) world of triathletes

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  • Post a picture or .gif that sums up your last workout

    Spring is here 


    balsdorfwchevronJames LangeMatttcaley5StruangMatt_FroeseItsShugM_WarejakesaundersTad_MachrowiczAaronWebsteyDawnCRobert Rankinpeteyournotuniqueslickfins_Ryan
  • 2017 Race results and pics

    I didn't get a picture of me racing, but I did get a picture for racing.

    Leg 10 of the Cabot Trail Relay. MacKenzie Mountain



    Of course, during the race the leg doesn't start until 9:30 PM so it's pitch black and doesn't look as good. It was pretty surreal running up the mountain and hearing the sounds of coyote and moose in the background. Their sounds were drowned out by the sound of my heavy breathing and lung butter snarls.

    The time cutoff for each leg is 6:00/km. I came in at 1:26:00 for the 14.7km, or 5:50/km. I was pretty nervous after having a few KM over 7:00 on the steeper parts but managed to get my shit together and get a finishing time.

    https://www.relive.cc/view/1011603284

    EvanAaronWebsteyM_WareCraig DGasBombkjrunninKenElPescadoPeladoBrent_RRobert RankinKuchMattTad_MachrowiczSeanHGentlemanJerseyDaveElaine KMartin
  • Dark Mark's Dream Bike



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  • Post a picture or .gif that sums up your last workout

    I tried to get a swim in at a hotel pool on the weekend.
    M_WareKenElPescadoPeladokjrunninsimonsen77MattwchevronDawnCStruangTad_MachrowiczRashCraig DTriHollywoodMamaCheetahellsworth53t
  • Kona 2017 Post race thread

    Also in celebration of David McNamee coming out of fucking nowhere. Here's hoping he can pick up more than the two sponsors that were on his kit. Also, I'm #sworry


    MattwchevronAaronWebsteyNotSoFatLewHSeeley14fyrehaarmbrekk44MartinCraig DKenElPescadoPeladoRashTad_Machrowiczkjrunnin
  • BAAW Thread?


    No fancy background here, just getting the job done. This is basically the motto for this bike. I posted last year when I got it and I've been meaning to take a proper pic with the customizations I made for the last few months. This bike, everything included, only cost me $1700 ($1000 for frame/wheels, $40 for new saddle, $200 for Pro Missile Alloy aero bars, $120 for missile evo stem, $250 for FSA Gossamer cranks/bottom bracket, $50 for HAWK racing jockey wheels, $40 for cables, $3 for white electrical tape)

    I love this bike. I'd put it head to head with any entry or even mid-level TT bike that's currently on the market in terms of aerodynamics and ride ability. The 10-speed drivetrain is a little dated but to be honest since I'm still on mechanical I think I actually prefer it to 11-speed. If I decide to upgrade to 11 it'd be when I upgrade to di2 or e-tap

    Give me a badge.

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  • If your bike was a car, what would it be?


    My 2010 Scott Plasma 2 would be similar to a late-90's BMW 3 series that you got for a "smoking deal" on auto trader. When people point out that it's kind of old and irrelevant you show them all the upgrades you made so it's "just like the new ones" even though you can't even put 25c tires on it.
    This strikes so close to home. Add something about not telling my wife about how much I spent on adding Di2 to the frame and it is perfect.

    "No honey, I didn't get a new bike, I just got new bike parts. I just replaced some components but it's still the same frame which is the most expensive part"

    **replace frame next year**

    "no honey, I didn't get a new bike, I just got a new frame. It's the same old components as my old bike and they're the most expensive part anyway"
    AaronWebsteyTad_MachrowiczMartinellsworth53tsimonsen77balsdorfM_WareMattCraig DKenElPescadoPeladoSteve Halewski
  • Let's See Your Critters

    Hard to believe this sock eating mongrel turned 7 a few days ago. We got her when she was a pup. Half beagle/cocker spaniel.


    Bonus picture in her natural habitat. From this perch she has a view of the street. If she sees anything out of the ordinary like a rogue mailman or an unfamiliar dog she can leap into action and bark frantically out the window.


    MattkjrunninStruangKenElPescadoPeladofyrehaarM_WareCraig DmaggieruTad_MachrowiczAaronWebstey
  • 2017 Race results and pics

    I did a race on zwift and finished 6th in Cat C after the top 21 finishers got DQ'd for riding out of category. No photographical evidence, sorry.
    AaronWebsteyDawnCbalsdorfM_WareRobert RankinEvanGasBombTad_MachrowiczKenElPescadoPelado

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