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Thanks TDF Volunteers & Leaders

Thanks TDF Volunteers & Leaders

Thank you Craig and Janet (and spouses) and everyone who made the TDF Saturday Grandmother such a joy.  I know you guys would love to have ridden rather than driven and waited for us, but you guys made the day so rewarding and possible.  Knowing there was cold water waiting at the top of climbs 1, 2, 3 and 4 meant we could empty our bottles on the climb without worry.  Gummi Bears were awesome Janet!  Pictures posted were a bonus but looking at Phil's stats crushed mine but I did get to either 54 mph or 56.3 depending on which computer/GPS you believe on the backside of hill three.  Took me 57 minutes more overall and 2mph slower but had a happy five climbs and five exciting descents.

Again, thank you so much, for the support, keeping us healthy and happy.  Stuart

~too much of anything is just enough for me. Pete Townshend

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Re: Thanks TDF Volunteers & Leaders

I am fairly new around here, so just wondering, what is the "TDF?"

Myslím, že je ?cas, abych se létat.

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Re: Thanks TDF Volunteers & Leaders

I'm thinking Stuart may be a bit distracted by the Tour de France (TdF). He's actually referring to the BBC's Tour de Montes (TdM). But I like the idea of Janet handing out ice, water, and Gummi Bears to the pro peleton at the top of all the big climbs in Le Tour.

"Hey, come back here! Recumbents can't climb!" - Heard on the 2009 CWC

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Phil Feldman wrote:

I'm thinking Stuart may be a bit distracted by the Tour de France (TdF). He's actually referring to the BBC's Tour de Montes (TdM). But I like the idea of Janet handing out ice, water, and Gummi Bears to the pro peleton at the top of all the big climbs in Le Tour.

Are you kidding? Those guys wouldn't stop at the top of a climb; they'd lose momentum and possibly the stage....

Janet L. Goldstein, BBC Forums Moderator
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