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View Poll Results: Off Season. What now?
Fall in depression 25 19.53%
Pretend season does NEVER finish. 8 6.25%
Rewatch old races 28 21.88%
Move to The Clinic 25 19.53%
Off season??? There's still Beijing! 3 2.34%
Create useless polls 39 30.47%
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Old 11-06-12, 21:53
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This +100, what a stage!

Also waiting for my new bike to arrive and try to maintain summer form as much as possible...
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Old 11-08-12, 10:47
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Cyclocross!! I guess that is some form of pretending it's not over? It's like the last hour of a minor one day race: very exciting, almost no boring moments.
Go to this forum (during the season I never have the time), I even visited the Clinic yesterday.
I also check results of oversea races like Tahu/Colombia more oftenas long as I recognise some names or teams, so Beijing is in that categorie.
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Train like a frigging monster
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This morning my Mini-Mal got its first run since easter, need to get surf fit again as its looking like a great summer. The first cricket test against South Africa starts soon too

I feel sorry for many of you up in the Northern Hemisphere
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I'll be writing my thesis this winter. Yay!

Actually, it'll be fun, if stressful. James Joyce, colonialism, and the Celtic Revival. What more does a cycling fan need between now and March?

Oh and my buddies are way into American football. I suppose I'll drink too much on Sundays and watch some of that. Training like Ulle.

Now I'm off to vote in polls...
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I am going hunting from next week.
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I'll be writing my thesis this winter. Yay!
me too!
Yay...
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Old 11-09-12, 11:14
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Voted for the Clinic.

I actually forget going to the Professional road racing section most of the time last weeks.

It's always good the season ends, because I always notice my interest in cycling fades a bit during September. Normally I follow and try to see pretty much any race, but once September comes I only watch the big races and actually miss results of smaller races.

Once it's over though it won't take long before I start to miss it. I'm allready looking forward to the TDU. No kidding!

I try to watch cyclocross, but I always forget about it.
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I'm so depressed I try to avoid this forum so I can try to forget that cycling actually exists.
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Reading about whatever crazy stuff the teams get up to on their big winter training camp/ first meeting with new guys is rather entertaining!
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