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Thursday, October 20, 2005

Just Riding Along

Finally, after 3 days of hibernation I ventured back out on the bike today. I think this may have been my longest break off the bike all season? Moab is still sinking in slowly, it is as if everything that happened was a dream and I was on the outside looking in. Doesn't sound normal does it?

This was the first endurance race that I suffered from stomach trouble. Could of been a million things, nerves, dust, stomach bug, too many gummy worms, or just straight up 101 proof exhaustion. If I am feeling hungry things are usually clicking over pretty well, it is a good sign of things to come in later hours. If I am feeling bonked and not wanting to eat, then it is only a matter of time before the check engine light comes on for good.

Here is a quick list of things I keep in my 24 hr food arsenal: Anything wheat and gluten free (wheat causes inflammation), newman's fig newtons, Yerba Mate Tea, Bee Pollen (Clarity), V8 Juice (filled w/ electrolytes), chocolate covered espresso beans, FRS, Quinua Egg Burrittos and straight up sea salt.

Here is a classic case of JRA (just riding along).... enjoy


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who's the tool with all that recovery sauce?

10:52 AM  

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