Race Radio said:Is the word "Fun" mentioned in that article?
A while back I was on a long ride with a friend who used to be a top level Pro (Top 3 at Kona) He was talking about how the culture of Tri's have changed over the years. The comment I remember most was "They do not even drink beer anymore!"
mewmewmew13 said:I think they obsess over gear and how many seconds their $$$$ can buy
sad and WAY over type A
exactly where is the FUN
"Fun is the one thing that money can't buy" just now listening to the Beatles "she's leaving home"...
Richard Phillips, CEO of Pilot Freight Services in Lima, Penn., has completed over 80 triathlons, waking up at 4 a.m. to train before his 10- to 14-hour workdays. He uses a Garmin Vector power meter attached to his bike to measure how forcefully he pedals with each leg. If the meter shows that he is favoring one over the other, he'll practice single-legged drills to balance himself out.
42x16ss said:Oh NOES! I has a 1mm surface cut in my tyre!!!
Race Radio said:
Bananas on the extensions and 4x Carmen's Muesli bars on the bars (this suggests that the tri geek in question is Aus).Fatclimber said:HA HA HA HA HAAAAAAAA!!!! Sometimes you feel like peaches, yet sometimes only zesty fudgeberries will do! Gotta be prepared for whatever comes your way. Good thing those are the aerodynamic packaged variety, surely it enhances those nice, aero frames
Edit: what the hell is going on with those bars? A bottle of shampoo and a dead fish strapped to them??