Old 01-19-16, 08:25 AM
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Originally Posted by carleton View Post
The reason I ask is that Bike Check is time (and resource) consuming. I've been to Masters Track Nationals where they express: If you think you are going to break a national or world record, go to bike check before you race. Otherwise, it's on the honor system.
Both times I've been to elite nats, Bike Check starts out fairly 'rigorous' - they put the bike in the jig, eyed it closely, and then put it on the scale. and, later on in the week (particularly for mass start races), Bike Check began to be, "yup, it's the same bike as you had before; put it on the scale. okay."
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