Not left of center?
- Dec 5, 2006
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Look on the bright side: where there was one, there may well be more.Oh man: my parents neighbour builds bikes for fun and he had a bunch of frames dumped outside one day. He wasn’t home so I didn’T know if he was drying them out post wash but one was a GT frame.
It was gone after I had dinner but the other frames were still there so someone dumpster dove
The parts of the race I caught were awesome. I was up with the baby when the race started and watched the final 30k or so.This is some serious souplesse, it just doesn't get better.
Anna van der Breggen (NED); World Road Championships, Imola (ITA); Elite Women; Champion.
No kidding. It is hard to tell if the cause was mechanical or rider error, but regardless it was bad. It also showed once more the abysmal barrier protection (lack thereof) in these events. It is unconscionable that the riders are still so inadequately protected in hot corners.I wonder what caused Dygert's death wobble. Nasty crash.
Maybe so, but looking at this video at least it seems to me 1 or 2 more lengths, to past the most extreme apex, would have helped a lot. I don't follow other racing so I don't know, but many curves in elite cycling are not protected enough imo.I cut them a bit of slack. There was a pad on the armco, it just didn't extend as far as she needed it. It was a weird crash, and I imagine they just didn't think it would be necessary that far around the turn. This happens in car and moto racing pretty regularly, and those are closed circuits.