Archive for November, 2010


This short documentary offers a brief history and some solid visuals.
It’s a bit old, but we just found it thanks to our buddy Dale Brown.
Volume is very low, so you’ll need to turn it up a bit, and for some reason the first 20 seconds or so are solid black or white with nothing going on.
Full 5:33 movie is at SnagFilms.


Hoo Ha Ride Glide is designed specifically for the ladies. It is rated as one of the best products for ladies to use.

It retails for $20.

Reflect H2O offers a full line of products to protect your hair from the harsh pool chemicals.

Reflect pre-swim – $12
Reflect swim shampoo – $12
Reflect swim conditioner – $12

This past weekend John Fell competed in Clearwater Florida for the World Championships. John had a great race with a total time of 4:27 in the half ironman distance. His splits were 29:46 for the 1.2 mile swim, 2:20 for the 56 mile bike ride and a half marathon split of 1:31. Congrats on a great race and good luck in two weeks for Ironman Cozumel. We know you were saving some for the Ironman!

Ride departs from Heleaux’s Grocery at 630 AM off of Verot School road near STM. We will be going all the way to Avery Island about an 80 mile 4.5 hour trip. Bring money to get on the Island and for fluid / food.

This will be a base mile ride; avg. speed around 19 – 20 mph.

Text Glenn if interested – 940.1418

Bring your crotch cream – you may need it!

Photo credit: MTS
Baltimore Harbor Bike Tie-Ups.

2010

Road Runners Club of America

Louisiana 10K State Championship Race

SATURDAY
NOVEMBER 13, 2010
8:05 AM
Down Town Lafayette
for more info click here
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We are in need of volunteers, who are willing to ride the course
(road bike/mountain bike),
in order to assist in providing safety for the runners.
Riders meet at Red’s
and roll out @
6:45AM


Scott is back in town from Florida and yea it is his Birthday and he is sporting his new TAT. So we had to make it public. Congrats again on a great race Scott.

Campagnolo has released a video from its Camp Tech Lab™ explaining the benefits of Ceramic Ultimate Level Technology (CULT™) which greatly reduces friction. CULT™ ceramic technology is available on certain wheelsets and cranksets.

Campagnolo uses a combination of the best ceramic balls on the market and Cronitech® chromium stainless steel races made by the German company Schaeffler.

The testing results from the Campy Tech Lab™:

* 9 times smoother than the standard solutions
* Zero wear on bearings and balls
* friction coefficient: the lowest in the world of cranksets thanks to lubrication with oil instead of grease
* 3.5 watts more power at each pedal stroke, increasing along with the increase in speed