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The Chicago Triathlon Is Over...Now What? by fitink Posted Mon 07 Sep 2009 12:00am Whether you braved the chillier-than-normal temps at this year's Chicago Triathlon last weekend or you already know you're ready to put your triathlon races on hiatus until next season (maybe switching over to marathon training, fall road races, fall century rides or cyclocross), you can still get your triathlon fix in the off season. Check ou ... Read on »
Solvang Century ride report by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 19 Mar 2009 3:49pm DISCLOSURE: My memories of the ride itself are a little confused. I can't remember exactly what happened exactly when. Please forgive me if I refer to someplace at the wrong time, or some time at the incorrect distance, or if I just scramble the whole thing up. What I remember is here, in whatever order I seem to remember. I suppose I could b ... Read on »
St. Michael's Metric Century Ride Report by Jeff Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:39am Kind of a boring title, but it's been a long day. Long couple of days, to be honest. Yesterday went not at all as planned. It started when I dropped my 2000 Nissan Maxima off at Meineke to have the recently illuminated brake light looked at. I though it might just be the emergency brake, which was feeling loose. A quick and ... Read on »
Garbage Century Ride... by brybrarobry Posted Sat 04 Sep 2010 8:59am In short. Miserable day. Miserable ride. And it took everything I had to F#CKEN finish!!! It's a ride I soon won't forget. I remember doing Kona 23 years ago when I got in on the lottery. That year the race was on October 22. I lived in Winnipeg and had to train in September and October. I didn't train anywhere near a ... Read on »
Century ride here I come by LiveWellFitNow Posted Fri 07 Jan 2011 11:22am Every morning should start with a little bit of this… With a cheery friend who looks like this… (yes I promise the Santa and Christmas pictures are coming to an end very soon) Oh and don't forget this…. Yes friends that would be the most beautiful foamed milk YOU HAVE EVER SEEN! I love foamed milk. It just t ... Read on »
How to Throw Down a Fast Century Ride by RollinThunder Facebook Posted Mon 23 May 2011 9:00am First, did you guys see the Tyler Hamilton interview on 60 Minutes last night? I have to say I am convinced that Hamilton is telling the truth. The guy came off credible in my book. He did see to be pretty nervous, but not knowing his mannerisms in conversation, I don’t know how much of the eye shifting and pausing was him being thoughtful i ... Read on »
My First Century Ride by runner716 Posted Sun 26 Jun 2011 12:22pm There were no races on Minnesota's cycling calendar this weekend, so I headed out for a long training ride. I'd never done a century ride before. Not that 100 miles is all that challenging, I've just never had the desire to do it. RAGBRAI includes a 100-mile option every year, but when that day comes along, I've always thought it sounded kind ... Read on »
Solvang Century Ride Report by Sarah Trejo Patient Expert Posted Mon 15 Jun 2009 6:27pm **A Joint Ride Report by Sarah and Carmen and Sarah** (mostly Carmen because Sarah is getting lazy about blogging) Carmen says: The first highlight of the trip is the night before the ride. We stopped in Pismo Beach for dinner, just in time to see a breathtaking sunset off the Pacific Ocean. We then went to Splash Cafe and had wh ... Read on »
First ever Century ride indoors on a trainer... by brybrarobry Posted Sat 12 Dec 2009 12:00am Yesterday, I decided to make it my "eat and drink anything day". My plan is to do 6 days of good eating and one day of eat and drink anything. I think it makes sense to make my "eat and drinking anything day" on Friday's. It gives me a chance to carbo load for my Saturday long bike rides. Yesterday was "pizza and beer" carbo loading. I ... Read on »
Week 4 of HIM Training Recap & Katy Century Ride by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Sun 18 Jul 2010 5:56pm This was the first recovery week of the 20-Week Matt Fitzgerald Half Ironman Training Plan and here are the totals Swim - 3 Workouts - 3hrs 55mins -  8200 yards Bike  - 3 Workouts - 6hrs 04mins -  116.75 miles Run   - 4 Workouts - 2hrs 05mins -  14.03 miles ------------------------------------------------------------             Totals - 12 ... Read on »