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Racing Ironman: From Debut to Kona and Beyond
When you compete in an Ironman Triathlon, one of the toughest endurance events on the planet, you should expect the unexpected, and you'll get it. Better be prepared: sun or rain, lightning or wind, freezing temperatures or searing heat, smooth sailing or equipment breakdowns, bonking on the bike or racing with a smile to the end. This book takes the reader deep into the heart of the Ironman racing experience, and tells exactly what it's like to race from start to finish, through just about any situation, to achieve the triathlete's ultimate goal: to become an Ironman. This book delivers the experience in race reports from 22 Ironman races -- in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, Canada, and Florida, Lake Placid and Wisconsin -- completed over a 10-year period. What can you expect in your Ironman Triathlon experience? The answer is here.
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I got this bike in 2000 after my other Kona was stolen. I rode it back and forth to work for about 6 months, and then it sat for about 5 years. When I started riding it again I realized I wasn't riding offroad at all anymore and kept adjusting things to make it more roadbike like. The knobby tires were the first thing to go. I "retired" it from primary use in summer 2007 when I bought a single speed Swobo Sanchez which was kind of a major turning point in my bike obsession. Since then this has served as a guest bike and minor utility use. I may put the knobbys back on it at some point, who knows. iPhoned in.
converted to single speed, all I need to do is take the rear cassette apart and put spacers in and get a chain tensioner. Though it rides quite nicely the way it is... Kona Hahanna frame Project Two forks Velocity stem random seatpost of death Kona seat with cover/foam ripped off down to the shell (with cuts made and holes drilled to make it flex a little better) random Shimano drive train unknown brake with shimano Altus brake lever $20 wheels I bought at some local shop, got a whole bike out of it including the awesome Cinelli seat on my road bike.
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