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Slunnie last won the day on December 7 2019

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  1. Trifun, did you end up getting the Trek Project One Supercaliber 9.9 AXS? Congrats on the new bike!
  2. I really like the Topeak one with storm cover. You can fit everything in it: Phone, Car keys, nutrition, gels, sandwiches, bananas, pizzas, spare wheels, shaving gear etc. They're great for IM and long training rides.
  3. Good on you team for developing and enforcing standards in the forum. I’ve been involved in some pretty big online forums for the last 20 years in a different but public field and have spent a lot of time moderating - I take my hat off to all moderators, members don’t see the vast majority of nasty stuff they deal with. There are always those who want to push beyond the intent of positive community expectations and as you know, if its not dealt with the good people leave and toxic people remain who want no rules or reduced rules and the concentration of these people builds. I have seen breakaw
  4. Did the driver stop and get out?
  5. For the 935 at least, just plug the watch into the computer with the charging cord and pull the file out of it, treat the watch like USB memory stick. Under the Activities folder, just find the correctly dated/timed .FIT file and then upload it to Strava, Training Peaks or whatever it is that you use.
  6. I suspect every case is different, but I've had this for a few years now. For me, the bulging disc touches the nerve and it locks up the 2 muscles that run down either side of my lower spine. I understand those muscles lock up to stabilise the area around the bulging disc. I see a Myotherapist who is excellent (also an athlete so he get's what athletes are all about), but basically it is about releasing the muscles again, and that doesn't last too long before they lock up again until the bulging disc eventually resolves and everything relaxes. The diagnosis however came from a combination of
  7. This one in particular. Its on Petes FB page rather than Tri Buzz with Muzz
  8. Yes! They're great and just getting better and better. The last one was an absolute cracker!!!
  9. He's a little bit quicker than me.
  10. There is a huge amount of information from members here and there is a range of everything from that data including riding techniques. To help you make your decisions, its probably worth also having a look and a play with Best Bike Splits. https://www.bestbikesplit.com/
  11. IM would have done exactly the same if the shoe was on the other foot.
  12. I think sleeves also. I just about always need someone to zip me up. I also "float" the wetsuit into position. Once I'm in the water I let some water into the neck which then allows the wetsuit to float a little bit and move to where it needs to move. For me they are not comfortable until then. I also use a wetsuit lubricant around the neck, arms, shoulders and legs to stop next rubs and to help get it on and off. SBR in my case in a little blue spray can. For wetsuits, it may be worth a google. Years ago I found an article describing the properties of all of the wetsuits on the
  13. Why do you need that? You should be able to do Ironman without drinking. I normally run loops past the car, or I run out and back, where I drive out to the start/finish location which is the furtherst point and drop drink/food at roughly 1hr intervals on my drive out.
  14. At this stage it pretty much has to be with the governments 500 person cap. The feedback I had from work today is that they expect the Corona Virus peak will be in May.
  15. Hung up in the shed.
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