Georgia Cycling Grand Prix Update

August 2, 2009 at 9:46 am Leave a comment

One of the things that I am happiest about this season has been my performance in the Georgia Cycling Grand Prix. Here is a screenshot of the current standings … while it is fun to be at the top of a list with so many professional riders, the reason is that the pros only did one or two of the races whereas I have done nearly all of them!

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Hard to see through all the computer equipment, but I've been super happy with my #fizik components and #martindale wheelset - saddle, stem, bars, and tape. Confident that my equipment will take me through an #everesting today plus my normal commutes before and after. My rear tire is getting worn, but probably has a few hundred miles left on it. I'm taking ab extra just in case! Josiah's comment "yeah, we made it to the jungle" (to block the rain) on the way to church. Men's 100 mile podium, Left to right - Justin Lowe, Gordon Wadsworth, Kyle Taylor, Barnabas, and Jeff Clayton.

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AT power estimated by critical power curve in Golden Cheetah, which predicts I should be able to maintain 315 watts for 1 hour.

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