TNR Update: Group Duh Having Way More Fun – http://wp.me/p2ef5w-14M
Unlike the post above, I won’t disparage our A Group. I understand why they ride the way they do, even understand why they enjoy it. I just know I don’t.
I am happier with a good, fast ride, without all of the attacks and the 24 mph average pace, and climbing hills in excess of 20 mph….
We created our B Group a couple of months ago because the club ride that was once 22 mph had jumped two miles an hour and left a lot of people strewn about the course. Now that we’ve successfully split, cyclists in both groups have noticed that each ride is smoother.
Our B group is comprised of those who are simply interested in a club ride, as opposed to a race that starts out looking like a club ride.
The B Group: For those discerning cyclists who have more desire for a good workout and a laugh than the sight of their own lungs hanging out of their mouths as they set up for the sprint.
434 miles last week, 10,000+ miles since I bought the bike. This is why I take the time to keep my bike clean… It’s worth the effort. A clean bike is a quiet bike. A quiet bike makes its owner happy.