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Old 12-20-12, 03:51
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I guess if cowboys ride a saddle with a saddle horn ...

this just is too weird and I hope those prongs teach that I-dot a lesson.

...it's giving krebby nightmares


if that guy installed this on his stem then he could put his face in it when he TT 'd so he wouldn't slide forward
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One prong saddle horn system for lady triathletes to stop them sliding backwards. Not sure thats such a good idea.

Maybe a clipless fastening device attached to the triathletes backside area to the saddle to stop them moving forward or backwards could work instead of prongs.
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http://youtu.be/LLWWcQDzcSQ

The whole bike is a weird Alice.
I'm going to go have a nice glass of prune juice
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http://www.businessweek.com/articles...te-status-feat

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The whole setup leaves a bad aftertaste.
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It's the hardest major endurance event in the worl apparently.You learn something every day.
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I though Gran Fondos were the new golf. How do you close multi-million dollar deals in an Ironman transition zone?
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I though Gran Fondos were the new golf. How do you close multi-million dollar deals in an Ironman transition zone?
In American Gran Fondos are just renamed centuries. In Italy they are a science experiment.
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Old 12-27-12, 18:58
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I have just read through the entire thread (and links) and now it's 5am BUT I swear I haven't laughed so much for a long time! Absolute gold! Thanks everyone!

Special shout out to the guys and gals on slowtwitch, but surely some of these posts there cannot be serious?!
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I though Gran Fondos were the new golf. How do you close multi-million dollar deals in an Ironman transition zone?
You admire your fellow competitor as he slips off his Speedos...
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