Bleve said:warmup, some sprint stuff, a 'kieren', a 50 lap 'take a lap when you
can' ride, and a warmdown, is
what we did this sunday.
You can, within reason do your own thing if you have your own plan, or
you can mix it in with the rest - I do a bit of both.
Bleve said:On Jun 4, 3:45 pm, warrwych <[email protected]
> Bleve Wrote:
> > O
> > Isn't it a disgrace, how little it gets used? Track riders are a
> > bunch of sooks and whingers!
> can you quantify "how little", cos I am really curious as to what
> constitutes "enough" in your terms. It gets used every night of the
> week for racing and/or training, plus regular gigs Saturdays & Sunday
> mornings. I would have thought that reasonable for a minority subset
> of a minority sport.
They're easy to smoke out, too
JayWoo said:Spose I was coming more from a cyclist perspective. I've found it not only buckets of fun, but a great way to mix up my training. Last winter on any given Sunday Masters training sesh, there was anywhere between 2 to 10 with the norm being 6ish. I guess me thinking it great doesn't mean others do. As I said, best kept secret
Though I do think the time table is a bit whack too with all the "DISC AVAILABLE FOR CONTRACTED HIRE" over the weekend. Most people work during the week and I would have thought find it hard to use it during the 9-5 week day "CASUAL USERS" block.
Gags said:Well young fella' - you better respect your elders for a bit longer then
before rocking up!!
I thought you were against bikes with fixed wheels anyway??
You forgot to post the link to all your bike gear for sale on ebay . . .gplama said:Six months of training up my hams to unleash massive poooowarrrr on the boards! heheh I'm only against fixed because I don't own one.... the wheels are in motion to 'fix' that situation though