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    great to read some good stories. of course, all...

    great to read some good stories. of course, all that matters is the width of a tire!



    mine was 40" in a 70-mile road race. a 3-man break went early. i bided my time. the race finishes with an...
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    for kwak:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eI31Od2S4TE[/QUOTE]
  3. :) that was just a cool pic of the inside of...

    :)

    that was just a cool pic of the inside of my shoulder.

    the back-story is that while recovering i was wondering what the plate looked like...inside my body. then during a post-op visit my...
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    Your biggest winning gap?

    For those of you that have won a race solo, what has been your biggest margin of victory? Love to hear the stories behind the wins...whether it was 1" ahead of the chase or 10'.

    Any takers? We've...
  5. sorry--didn't read the whole thread and didn't...

    sorry--didn't read the whole thread and didn't really even want to click on it (nothing personal, ovoleg, but it is one thing to read about a crash and another to maybe see pics & video....i don't...
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    thanks. gotta do some travel in the next week and...

    thanks. gotta do some travel in the next week and will probably figure things out after that. i appreciate the consideration.
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    For me, intervals are the only way to avoid...

    For me, intervals are the only way to avoid burn-out indoors. Having a purpose and keeping the sessions shorter makes the time pass more quickly. Obviously, each to his own applies here, but the...
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    Thanks shovel. Didn't know what triggered the...

    Thanks shovel. Didn't know what triggered the lockdown. Agree that a reset is simple. Love di2!
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    X2 grinding out z2 on the trainer 5 nights a...

    X2

    grinding out z2 on the trainer 5 nights a week seems like a sure fire path to burnout.
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    what do you mean? ive been riding di2 since...

    what do you mean?

    ive been riding di2 since 2010 in all conditions. It is especially awesome in crappy conditions where excessive friction, mud,nice, etc can wreak havoc on mechanical systems.
    ...
  11. That stinks. That at dihydrogen monoxide will...

    That stinks.

    That at dihydrogen monoxide will kill you if you take too much of it!
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    It is enough to say that you don't want to get on...

    It is enough to say that you don't want to get on the bike, but pedaling on a trainer has nothing to do with how far along your shoulder is. In my opinion, some exercise helps with a whole host of...
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    it doesn't have to lead there. you can do lots of...

    it doesn't have to lead there. you can do lots of quality workouts on the trainer and maintain the neuromuscular firing patters and cycling-specific fitness. i did a bunch with no weight on that arm....
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    IBO--sorry to hear. out of curiosity, why...

    IBO--sorry to hear. out of curiosity, why couldn't you ride a trainer sooner than 12 weeks?
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    i posted here...

    i posted here about it -- surgery 2/26; racing 3/28.

    happy to share additional information. the doc i saw (in phoenix) told me -- literally -- "no one gets surgery for a broken collarbone."
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    dalai--sorry to hear. as others mentioned, i...

    dalai--sorry to hear. as others mentioned, i recently dealt with a cracked collarbone. i got surgery (which i recommend, with just a few standard warnings about risks of any surgery). to keep your...
  17. nope--before and after each ride is all i need....

    nope--before and after each ride is all i need. the units i own now read the same offset + or - 1 unit after every ride, even if i bring them from inside at 70F and ride at 35F outside. i don't test...
  18. could be anything, of course, but rain shouldn't...

    could be anything, of course, but rain shouldn't cause a problem. that system is sealed better than any other. unless there were some other issue, rain alone would not cause the problem.

    post up...
  19. other than the bike on my rollers, i leave 4...

    other than the bike on my rollers, i leave 4 other bikes with SRMs in my uninsulated garage in wyoming all winter. it's often below freezing in there (when it is sub-zero outside for weeks).

    30F...
  20. french insurance company is attempting to deny my...

    french insurance company is attempting to deny my claim against them for a case where their insured driver admitted 100% fault in hitting me. they gave me the runaround for a long time (which i...
  21. agreed--but that recovery allows someone to train...

    agreed--but that recovery allows someone to train more frequently and more intensely than they otherwise could. for the aerobic stuff, you don't get there without doing the work and putting in the...
  22. oh, yes--this is absolutely true for cycling and...

    oh, yes--this is absolutely true for cycling and endurance sports. if you dope and then can train harder for months and years one is forever ahead of where they would have been. (part of the reason...
  23. does some of the benefit of having trained dirty...

    does some of the benefit of having trained dirty carry over into what one can do clean today?
  24. they've been teaching for a while now that ice...

    they've been teaching for a while now that ice may delay healing. in my wilderness first responder training a while back this was a point of discussion (5+ years ago). inflammation can be a natural...
  25. chase was a friend. it is truly sad. we both...

    chase was a friend. it is truly sad. we both suffered injuries in february and offered each other encouragement. he was in a bit of a dark place for a bit but seemed to come out of it...then this...
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