Life has been busy, school keeps me on my toes and the weather keeps me outside.
A few weeks ago the Twins played their first "real" game in their new Stadium. Ben was up to discuss 4th of July Crit plans, and we just happen to roll up for the last two outs of the game. It was pretty cool. Hopefully I can go enjoy a game sometime this summer. If someone wants to take me I'd be good company, I promise.
Bike racing also started this past weekend for much of MN including myself. Due to various reasons I sucked. It was pretty bad, one of my worst races in years, but I think I figured out what most of my issues were. Things went better at Opus this past week, but that is a completely different and much easier race then a typical road race. I guess I'll see if I figured things out on Saturday down near my former home.
I am also working on building up a true road bike. So far the cx bike has done a couple of road races, not as bad as it sounds. It is in fact, a road bike right now. Should be a good bike when it's done.
Due to the new build, I have some lightly used items for sale. Lucky you.
Again I have a Power Tap SL. It was completely refurbished and rebuilt last fall, the rim and spokes by Bontrager, and the internals by Saris. The only original part left is the hub casing. Even the CPU unit was replaced last fall. It is wired, which means the batteries last long (which were also just replaced last month), and I have 3 wire set ups which means multiple bikes is no problem. Heart rate strap also included.
All of it is working perfectly. The hub is extremely fast, I usually out coast most people (without having gravity assist on my side). I just simply don't use it how I should, thus no need to keep it.
The cheapest complete Power Tap setup you can get right now will run you $1400. I'll send this one out the door for $825.
I also have a super nice pair of Easton EC70 SL wheels that are up for sale. Super fast, decent weight wise, a super solid race set. Mostly carbon, which an aluminum braking surface, so you don't have to worry about fancy pads. Which is all I used it for last year, they probably have about 1,000 miles on em. Never been crashed, nice and true. I never even road these on gravel!
Yours for $675.