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Old 03-30-08, 02:58 PM   #1
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Another win also (Cape May TT report: Pending)

I'm tired. I won. I am going to bed now. Frozen fingers report after I catch up on sleep. I just wanted to check the forums and see how well everyone did. Everyone seems to have done really well!!
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Old 03-30-08, 03:01 PM   #2
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Congrats! But I must say we'd be surprised if you didn't win a TT, DrW. You've set our expectations way too high.
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Define 'win'.
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7.5 mile TT, P/1/2/3 field. I was some 40 seconds up on the next closest overall. I win my field and had the fastest time of the day.
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7.5 mile TT, P/1/2/3 field. I was some 40 seconds up on the next closest overall. I win my field and had the fastest time of the day.
You are a Soul Crusher Dr. W.

So what was your time? How did Kenny Lundgren do @ Cape May?
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Old 03-30-08, 04:24 PM   #6
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He was the man 30 seconds behind me so he had a rotten view . I took a 1:04 out of him. He came in third. great guy, great performance.
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He was the man 30 seconds behind me so he had a rotten view . I took a 1:04 out of him. He came in third. great guy, great performance.
I saw Kenny @ Campmor in Paramus on Saturday AM and chatted with him about today's TT. He predicted he would get third place. And he did.

Sounds like a man who knew exactly who he'd be racing against. Who got 2nd? Mikey?
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tt's are my favorite. good work el doctor
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Another one. Awesome!
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Woof! Well done!

!When I lived in NJ I rode my bike for transportation, although I regularly rode fast and tried to beat cars. A TT in Cape May sounds like fun.

Congrats on a job well done!
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Old 03-31-08, 10:23 AM   #11
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Sorry for the late report. Actually, sorry for continuing to write these things. Find it here.

And no, there was no Mikey G. He was smart and slept.
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Your position is....intense. I thought mine was good, but daaaaang.
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Cool report & congrats!!
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Your position is....intense. I thought mine was good, but daaaaang.
+1. What's your height/inseam/crank length?
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Well, two of the above. Height 68.5 (inches though I need not really say it). Crank length 175(mm see previous parenthetical citation). I will have to measure my inseam. Oh, and it is a 54cm P3C.

And while that is the ideal position, I know that I have to bring my head up a bit at times in order to see in an area which would be "sketchy" (if there are people, cars, terrain changes etc). It is VERY difficult seeing there, but as long as I don't have to react to (or worry about reacting to) anything, it's good.
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