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Wetsuits with double zippers? by Eric
Who makes the wetsuits with full-length, double zippers. Seems like they'd be fast and easy to remove. Any recommendations?
August 24th 04 01:27 AM
by Bob Schroedter Go to last post
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FS: Zipp 3001 Limited Edition Tri-Bike : Fastest Ever Made! by haddawad
Zipp 3001 Limited Edition Bicycle For Sale VERY RARE Limited Edition Zipp 3001 serial #8 of only 100 produced. Large frame, small beam, 700c wheels. See below for a list of components. This is the fastest and most comfortable Triathlon/Time Trial frame ever made. Zipp made a limited production...
August 23rd 04 08:38 PM
by haddawad Go to last post
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FS: Med Syntace C-2, Bull horn & 188 Levers by Steve
Recently removed from bike. Very good condition with typical scratches. Any reasonable offer takes it! Respond to
August 22nd 04 12:46 AM
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Pre-race Report: IMC 2004 by Captain Error
I embarked on this trip a long time ago. By the time gramma gave me the watch, I'd been running (sporadically) for about 3 years. I remember seeing a poster for a sprint triathlon in the fitness centre at the university. It gave distances that I didn't think were too outrageous to contemplate. Of...
August 21st 04 06:15 PM
by StanSD Go to last post
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base training by the dork knight
I keep hearing about building a base and then up to another level and another etc. I have always just gone out and ran 5k, not even well but I ran it usually in the 25-30min range...see I said it wasn't good. I am wondering in 3 disciplines how do I go about building a base that I can proceed...
August 20th 04 01:17 PM
by Billy Boone Go to last post
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FA: Complete PowerTap System 650C clincher 24 Sapim bladed spokes Ends Today (Friday) by Robert Efthimos
Auction ends today (Friday) Complete PowerTap system, rear wheel built by Dave Thomas of Dave's Wheels with 24 Sapim X-Ray aero bladed spokes, 16 2-cross drive side, 8 1-cross non-drive side: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3694084229
August 20th 04 06:02 AM
by Robert Efthimos Go to last post
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Lessons learned - Add an item to your list by ChronoFish
Hi there, Thought I would share this handy suggestion that worked great for me at my most recent race. Bring a mini-stapler and/or duck (duct) tape. Some races require you to have a number on your bike. These are usually only supplied with a one or two "twist ties" that you would find on a...
August 19th 04 09:48 PM
by Eric Go to last post
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Ironman Germany by [email protected]
Any comments on difficulty/profile of Bike course - Ironman Germany.....?
August 19th 04 09:36 PM
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Running Cadence by ChronoFish
I know this debate comes up everyone once in awhile. I would like to not get into the debate but talk about some success that I've witnessed. For years I've been a hill striker. I walk like a duck, my feet spade out and when I run I enjoy taking advantage of my long legs. But I plateaued year...
August 19th 04 07:46 PM
by Ozzie Gontang Go to last post
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Two week before "A" race and bike legs need help! by ChronoFish
Hello, Well I had a decent (sprint) race yesterday - finishing 16 out 257(actual finishers) and 4th in my age group (just missing the 3rd place medal by 7 seconds). I have been "training through" this race in hopes of using it to prepare for the New England Olympic Distance Championship in 2...
August 19th 04 11:48 AM
by ChronoFish Go to last post
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Bike Quality and performance by sb
I just found this newsgroup and have a question that hopefully has an answer. My wife did a number of "mini triathlons" in the mid eighties and wants to train now for a higher distance. The bike section will be 56 miles. The bike she used back then was ok (we think) for the training and...
August 19th 04 11:14 AM
by ChronoFish Go to last post
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Workouts flat? by cwhitmore
I did my first sprint distance triathlon in late May and then went on a week long cruise with my family, got an upper respiratory infection after the trip and took three weeks to recovery. I got my strength back, but I don't feel like I'm 100%. All of my workouts are flat whether it's a swim, run...
August 19th 04 10:53 AM
by ChronoFish Go to last post
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I just ran a 24:47 for 5km by Brad Hubbard
Just thought I'd share that with you, hope no one minds :-) For me this is a major milestone. I spent many years as a recreational runner going in the occasional fun run and the rest of the time just plodding over whatever distance I could drag my butt over. In the 24 months up until January this...
August 19th 04 07:13 AM
by Brad Hubbard Go to last post
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I think the 650 size fad has passed... by Tacguy
At least for the men. There is just not enough air volume in the tire to be a reliable wheel. I can understand the women riding them because of the size and the their lighter weight. But overall, tooo many flats and just not enough advantage to justify the hassle. Even Kestrel has changed the...
August 19th 04 02:59 AM
by epson Go to last post
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The best Triathlon training book by TriMar
Hi, Does anywone knows which is the best book to read about triathlon training? Thanks
August 18th 04 11:57 PM
by Bob Schroedter Go to last post
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FA: Complete PowerTap System 650C clincher 24 Sapim bladed spokes by Robert Efthimos
Complete PowerTap system, rear wheel built by Dave Thomas of Dave's Wheels with 24 Sapim X-Ray aero bladed spokes, 16 2-cross drive side, 8 1-cross non-drive side: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3694084229
August 18th 04 11:19 AM
by Steve Go to last post
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FA: PowerCranks 175mm Shimano compat. by Robert Efthimos
Very nice set of PowerCranks, 175mm, Shimano compatible, no reserve auction: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3694762435
August 17th 04 11:07 PM
by Robert Efthimos Go to last post
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FA: PowerCranks 175mm Shimano compat. by Robert Efthimos
Very nice set of PowerCranks, 175mm, Shimano compatible, no reserve auction: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3694762435
August 17th 04 11:07 PM
by Robert Efthimos Go to last post
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Anyone have Information/Review/Feedback on the GRIFFEN VULCAN XTC by Eduardo Niebles
Anyone have information on the Griffen Vulcan XTC, Griffens customized bike. thanks, Eduardo-
August 17th 04 04:46 PM
by Eduardo Niebles Go to last post
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650 - vs- 700 by Crockett B.
I currently am riding on 700 but am looking at buying a bike that has 650's. Does anyone know what the pro's and con's are of the different size wheels?
August 17th 04 12:41 AM
by Bob Schroedter Go to last post
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