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RollinThunder

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I am an 13:06 Ironman finisher and addicted triathlete. I love racing in triathlons, but am addicted to the training. To me the lifestyle has helped me maintain a higher level of health and fitness. In addition to meeting a ton of great people, triathlon training helps me relieve the stress... Full Bio
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LOTOJA Race Report 2013 Version — The Race Part III by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking It has been a long journey this race report, but LOTOJA is a long race. If this is the first time you are joining us, please for the love of everything that is holy, go ... Read on »
LOTOJA Race Report 2013 Version — The Race Part II by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking In the previous installment of the 2013 LOTOJA Race Report , I was just about to crest Salt River Pass and put most of the difficult climbs for the race behind me. If y ... Read on »
LOTOJA Race Report 2013 Version — The Race Part I by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking You need to take the time to read the first part of my LOTOJA 2013 Race Report here before you start on this one. I always love to see what an athlete does to prepare f ... Read on »
LOTOJA Race Report 2013 Version — the Prologue by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking LOTOJA race reports are hard to find for some reason. I am not sure why you can’t find more. It may be because some of the fastest riders don’t want to give away their ... Read on »
Tour of Utah Ultimate Challenge Race Report — Part Duex by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking In the last entry, my little group and I had just rolled into Park City as part of the Ultimate Challenge . This race report just keeps going, and going, and going… ... Read on »
Tour of Utah Ultimate Challenge Race Report — Part I by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking The Tour of Utah Ultimate Challenge is one of the premier events in the western U.S. for a cyclist. As funny as it sounds saying it out loud, I haven’t ever participate ... Read on »
PowerTap Price Drop — Wow, just wow by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Have you ever wanted to train with power ? now may be the time for you to make your move CycleOps just announced that their PowerTap G3 power meter hubs will now only ... Read on »
Cyclists using Power to Monitor Fitness Levels by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Accountability time it is time to look at my power numbers for July. I use a PowerTap on both wheelsets that I have, and yes, I pay a lot of attention to it both when ... Read on »
Rockwell Race Report — Segments 9-12 by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking A Rockwell race report is something like a bike fit you have to spend time with it to make sure all of the pieces are in the right place. I know this write-up has been ... Read on »
Rockwell Relay Race Report — Segments 5-8 by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking I believe the first four segments of the Rockwell Relay are possibly the hardest on the course. The terrain is manageable, but the heat and racers being totally amped u ... Read on »
Rockwell Relay Race Report — Segments 1-4 by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking The Rockwell Relay is really divided up into three portions segments 1-4, 5-8, and 9-12. In segments 1-4, each of the four riders will complete their first legs and s ... Read on »
Rockwell Relay Maps — Legs 1 – 4 by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Rockwell Relay Maps Legs 1 – 4. Read on »
Has It Really Been Four Months? by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Holy crap. Just holy crap. I can’t believe it has been four months since I posted up here. In the grand scheme of things, that really is an eternity. I have missed abou ... Read on »
Angela Naeth Wins at 2012 LeadmanTri by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Angela Naeth threw down outside of Las Vegas and for the second year in a row, won the 2012 LeadmanTri. All I can say is was there ever any doubt? You guys know she i ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong Fails to Podium at Ironman 70.3 Texas U.S. Championships by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Lance Armstrong put together an amazing race by coming into T2 in 1st place, but faded on the run to cross the finish line in 7th place at Ironman 70.3 Texas which als ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong Galveston 70.3 Picked Winner by Fans by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Lance Armstrong is racing the Galveston 70.3 this weekend. If you are a triathlete, there is little doubt that you know that his return (yes I said return) to triathl ... Read on »
Lower Your Cholesterol — I Did it without Prescription Medication by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking You want to lower your cholesterol without OTC or prescription drugs? I gotta tell you, it isn’t that hard. I know this deviates from my standard triathlon, cycling, an ... Read on »
Aero Wheels Review — ENVE 45′s by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Aero wheels are being purchased more and more by triathletes and cyclists who think they can buy speed. I am in the school of thought that believes you need to work on ... Read on »
Pinterest and Running Motivational Quotes by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Pinterest and running motivational quotes were made for each other, sort of like Gatorade and a ProBar. I think motivational quotes are a dime a dozen, unless I make ... Read on »
Fueling for a Long Run – Avoid the Bonk by RollinThunder Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Fueling for a long run is a challenge that we all face from time to time. I am not sure there is anything worse than getting out on a long run or ride and starting to ... Read on »