vs wrote:now that's a flat ride..got any worthwhile hill segments there?
ha don't be silly.. its a bit annoying since I die every time I go back to uni and ride some 4th and 3rd cats.
PeteMadoc wrote:Very very windy today. Struggled to hold 12mph into the headwind. But you know what that means.....
No way I could get the KOM on this one with a little help
This one is completely exposed to the wind averaged 31.8 on what is basically a flat 2 mile segment
I think the wind is the strava equivalent of EPO. Now I know how Lance must have felt
Just noticed that Strava has estimated my power at 503W on that second one
First race today.. and the rumours about the 4th Cat bunch being the most dangerous place on earth are true.
Was trying hard to stay out of trouble and near/in the top 10 but the speed up the hill from the 10 or so riders in front of me was shocking (especially since it was near the end of the race) and I got boxed in by the bunch who swooped round the outside and someone then swerved into me apparently and I was pushed into the guy on my left and crashed.
Bit frustrated but it was still outrageously fun - and £20 worth of kit damaged isn't the end of the world but there must be some hefty insurance premiums on some of the bikes being ridden
vitesse169 wrote:Got the nod from a mate who works in the Police control room that strava has been hacked into. The hackers are then looking to see who is using it and burgling the empty home. Appears to be Cumbria at present, but may well be elsewhere too. The linking factor is strava, apparantly...
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