And how about me in my top ten finsh??? I was there too! number 27!Thanks for the reports and pictures everyone--gripping reading, to say the least. Glad you all managed to avoid going down in any crashes. Despite the organizational mess-ups, it sounds like a fantastic weekend and a great experience. It's a shame that the Giro route wasn't more clearly marked so we'd know where everyone REALLY stood in the rankings, but congratulation to everyone for their great results regardless--especially Alan of course and his top 10 finish (7th overall, I think?)!
Hey Mike,And how about me in my top ten finsh??? I was there too! number 27!
I'm afraid my handlebar has not enough space to stick all those numbers onto! Too many fast guys to beat...but it's going to be a nice challenge and I really hope to be able to ride against (it's more like "with") Alan, Mike, Aaron, Thomas, Travis and so many more nice people I met last weekend. I'm a bit intrigued though by those non-TCC gaijin racers A.C. and A.W. and another A.W...whew!!...30km/h average on that hilly parcourse...those guys have got to be semi-pros... !>Back to you, Mike: With only 3 months training, and after being off the bike for more than 10 years, it was very clear to everyone that "you ain't lost much" in the legs!
If Alan hasn't returned from the US by next year, it'll be YOUR number on TOM's handle-bars!