never said i wasn't zaftig. i'm willing to bet i'm still way more aero than you are
Zaftig. Get it right you ninny.
man, if my humerus bone were 8" long I'd be so much faster.
i'll throw down the challenge right now: 20k TT (or 40k if you are masochistic enough), me vs. you, when you get to MABRA land. I may very well lose, but i have a hunch your extra 50W won't provide nearly as much marginal return
August 16, 2014. Church Creek TT #2 . D-day. I'll drive, slowest of the 3 buys at chipotle on the way back. if you cant beat me in a 40K TT, then you are truly lost!
you know, the one time in my life I don't have a beer and i'm forever a teetotaler.
lastly, my ftp on the TT bike is about 25 to 30 watts lower than my road bike. different PMs, road bike is a quarq, TT bike is an SRM, which may account for some of the disparity.
I assume you tailor your time on the TT bike to the race lengths you'll be racing- how long are the TTs you do?
btw, you thinking of bringing your TT bike here?
long response: 10 mile -15 mile usually, occasional 40k. just set up everything back in Feb., so i haven't had that many opportunities riding it. Have done quite a few threshold level efforts, but nothing pegged right at FTP. it seems that the higher saddle was okay for shorter bursts, longer duration of FTP and above and i run into the over-extension issue
I expect a full report of this throw down.
Jsut where did you choose to go to college?
Nice. Great choice. My father's undergrad school. Best of luck to you.
The sprint was for overall points towards the Madison Cup.
There were three of us, Roger Young , Shawn Wallace and myself. If I win the heat our team received some important points,
Roger pins me to the rail while Shawn gallops away. I broke free from Roger with approx. 500m to go. Shawn had 60-75 m lead, I piped Shawn on the line and dropped Roger off my wheel at the same time,
20 seconds behind the field.
Oh, you said winning. Sorry.