Old 07-15-07, 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted by TandemGeek
Originally Posted by ken cummings
One of the best pieces of writing lately was by a Cat 3 stoker behind a Cat 2 captain during a California Death Ride some years back. They were first bike to finish that day, 150 plus miles over 5 mountin passes. Yes, power to weight ratio. And practice as a team,
Are you perhaps referring to the article written by pro tri-geek Jim Riccitello where he describes his day as a "tandem bit*h" stoking for Gord Fraser at the 2001 Tour de Tucson? The Tour de Tucson is a 115 mile ride and, yes, they finished first... besting several other pros on 1/2 bikes.

I liked the Riccitello article, but Tucson isn't in CA, 115 doesn't equate 150 and I doubt Gord Fraser is a Cat 2 cyclist - other than that, it's probably the right story
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