down 15lb since thanksgiving. slowly approaching my perfect race weight, about 18-20lb more to go
well, maybe not quite "slowly", but it doesn't feel like i'm making myself suffer so much to lose it at this point so maybe that's why it feels slow to me
Last edited by zitter; 01-03-14 at 08:26 PM.
Ex you should visit Lake Louise. Awesome downhill and XC. The Chateau is high enough to count as an altitude camp, but it's expensive.
Recovert week coming to a close. 4 days in z1 sandwiching a high intensity, low volume day.
20' test tomorrow + ride w wife and friend. Early Bird Sunday!
Gives me the heebie jeebies.
Sorry for the trestle photo bombs but here's one more, my kids at the same place as the doggie, a couple months ago. It's a photogenic spot.
The trestle was opened last summer as part of the Ulster County rail trail network, which everybody hopes will bring more tourists to the area. So everybody please come visit!
Last edited by globecanvas; 01-04-14 at 07:44 AM.
Well, I did collegiate road nats in 2012, and only raced a little after that in 2012 so I would have enough time to finish my masters. Moved to Wisconsin for a job, bought a house, and now I feel like I finally got all settled in.
I haven't raced since late 2012, and other than commuting to work 3-5 times a week, I've only ridden 2-3 hours a week. I'm looking forward to getting back into racing form, and joining the Wisconsin racing scene this year. Should be fun and painful!
Road: Cat 2|Cross: Cat 2
long workout on the e-motions. long. 160 TSS.
bonus is I get to do strength workout later.
i was at nats for 2013, not 2012 =/
same courses in Ogden though