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2013-06-10 11:46 AM

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Subject: And...here's my new ride!
Hahaha...sorry, I am not making fun of the people who are so proud of their new rides, I'm just trying to lighten up my own mood.





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2013-06-10 12:08 PM
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Hope you get back to your "old ride" quickly!!
2013-06-10 12:34 PM
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Dude, you should have opted for carbon;)
2013-06-10 12:35 PM
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LOL , Hey at least you got the new lightweight aluminum Model, so have you hit 3 MPH yet. GWS

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2013-06-10 12:53 PM
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Your crutch tips are set too high, you need a better fitting!
2013-06-10 1:08 PM
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At least they look pretty aero.


2013-06-10 1:14 PM
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Ugh, Brad.  Massive bummer.  Hang in there, rest up....there's lots of race season left.  Hopefully you can still enjoy some of it!
2013-06-10 1:17 PM
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At least I don't need to worry about saddle sores!
2013-06-10 1:19 PM
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Originally posted by MSU_Brad At least I don't need to worry about saddle sores!

Give it a day or two, the under arm crutch-rub is some of the freakin worst. Lube now.

2013-06-10 1:33 PM
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Good call.

Where do I add the cadence sensor to these bad boys?
2013-06-10 1:39 PM
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Originally posted by MSU_Brad Good call. Where do I add the cadence sensor to these bad boys? :)

Outside of your right shoe, and just above the rubber stopper, inside of the right crutch. 

A metronome might help you hit your must efficient stride.



2013-06-10 1:55 PM
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Suck! What happened?
2013-06-10 2:06 PM
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Suck! What happened?
Initial diagnosis is a torn calf muscle during my tri yesterday morning. Heading to a sports doc in a few minutes to get a better look. Pretty sure it isn't the Achilles, thankfully.
2013-06-10 6:49 PM
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Originally posted by MSU_Brad
Originally posted by Artemis Suck! What happened?
Initial diagnosis is a torn calf muscle during my tri yesterday morning. Heading to a sports doc in a few minutes to get a better look. Pretty sure it isn't the Achilles, thankfully.

Ouch.  Hope you heal quickly and it isn't the Achilles!

2013-06-10 8:35 PM
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nice, but definitely upgrade to Di2
2013-06-10 8:40 PM
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Hey Brad--enough about your new ride (sweet though it might be), what did sports med say today?


2013-06-10 8:47 PM
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Your seat.....I mean....your hand grips are to high!
2013-06-11 12:03 AM
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Hey Brad--enough about your new ride (sweet though it might be), what did sports med say today?
Confirmed the torn calf. Didn't really give me a firm timetable, we're meeting again in 2 weeks to assess. I'm on crutches "until I don't need to be on crutches", so I am just taking it day by day. Today was lots better than yesterday already. I am registered for a sprint in mid/late August...doc and I both think I can be back for that, but no promises. I'm going to train the swim with a vengeance for a few weeks!
2013-06-11 12:04 AM
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Oops...double post!

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2013-06-11 1:02 AM
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Your handles are too high.
2013-06-11 1:02 AM
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Your seat.....I mean....your hand grips are to high!



DARN YOU!! lol


2013-06-11 6:19 AM
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You should have gone for red.  Everyone knows that's the fastest color.  Laughing

Heal quickly!

 

2013-06-11 7:53 AM
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You may want to wear your helmet while riding those.
2013-06-11 7:59 AM
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Originally posted by riltri You may want to wear your helmet while riding those.

Ooooooh Brad, that's a good idea.  You should get into your full kit--yes, with the helmet--and take a new avatar pic!  So awesome:)

I can't believe you got in the pool yesterday, btw.  You take it easy there killa.  It's those little things, like getting in and out of the pool, for example, that can land you right back at square one. Patience young Jedi.

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