Res firma mitescere nescit.
(A firm resolve does not know how to weaken... American Flyer)
The 2016 Time Trial schedule is up. Get on your bikes, train and get ready to race!
15K (9.3 mile) Individual Time Trial
Was a huge success!
See the Time Trial page.
Saturday, May 28, 9AM.
$100 in prizes.
$50 for top male and female.
Sponsored by Jared Corbin.
(This race is timed to prepare you for triathlon season.)
22K (14 mile) Team Time Trial
Individual Time Trials have been added. Same course and distance as the Team Time Trial. Individuals will start after the teams.
Saturday, September 3rd, 9AM.
Your team prize is GLORY and a medal!
Laura Walker State Park
TTs are now Saturdays @ 9AM
$10 registration for all TTs
Smith Multisport has a new sponsor!
The Okefenokee Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The SMS FCA Time Trial registration fee is
now $10. The FCA gets $5, SMS gets $5.
The RAAM Cycling Challenge Daytona, 11/10/12, was a great event. (Race Across AMerica) There was a 200 and 400 mile unsupported race and a 120 mile Gran Fondo supported ride as well (the 400 mile race was a RAAM qualifier). I couldn't find a support crew (driver for my truck) for the 200 mile race so happily rode the 120 miler. Put this on your calender for next year.
IronMan 70.3 Hawaii aka Ironman Honu
Epic day on the Kona Coast and the IM Honu.
June 2, 2012. It is on the famously
difficult end of the IronMan Hawaii World Championship bike course. The winds
can be more difficult there too.
I raced to my fitness on a beautiful but difficult course under more difficult than normal conditions. My training for this course was close to my full Ironman training. I needed every minute of it. I finished.
And now I know how to help you finish it too.
Lo aloha la ea (Keep your love)
HITS Triathlon Series
The new HITS Triathlon series is having a great start. I participated in the Naples, Fla half Ironman last January 13, 2012 for my season opener. And Naples is warm in early January! So if you're looking for your 1st Sprint triathlon to even Ironman, HITS has the distance for you, every month across the US. They even have a FREE, short, "Open" tri so you can see what it's all about.
"Eat to train.... don't train to eat"