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Wtf ur fing crazy
Amazing job brother
I think I could finally drop you if we ride tomorrow lol
Without a doubt, Ray! Thanks brother.
Way to go!
You should write a short story about how you handled that many hours on a trainer..What you eat..did you stop and rest...did you change cloths ect
Nice job Jim!!! Holy crap!
Nice!!! I want that tron bike!
One of the most insane things on a bike I have ever seen. Enjoy the Tron bike.
Wow! Jim WTF you planning on doing this year? A race around the Planet. impressive my friend.
Thanks guys! And Ian, nice riding yesterday!!! KoS?
Not sure which ride you refer to Jim? Actually been offline with a head cold but I tried some of the new Zwift course the other day that was tough.
Please tell me there is a glitch in the matrix...
Sorry, Ian L., I was asking Ian K. He just slammed out a Knighthood at the same time I was Everesting. We crossed paths a couple times during the day. Beast!! Hope you are feeling better!
@Chad. Yes, the matrix that is my brain.
Yes, KOS. Application submitted. I chose the "surprise me" route, and it kept sending me up the damn mountain while you were knocking out an Everest. Chapeau!
And Chapeau to you, Sir.
Congrats! Impressive (and insane) stuff, Jim!
I have no words. This is insane. I can't stay on a Trainor for a 1 hour.
Wish you could have been there, with a better gearing choice this time of course.
So fill in the old man what is a Tron bike is that what the bike looks like in the video
Question 1 what did you eat and drink and how often
Question 2 how big of a support team did you have
Did you stop and rest and if so how long and how often
This one might sound a little creepy but what kind of shorts did you wear and did you change
This might be obvious but what was the hardest point of the ride and was there a point that you thought you couldn't make it
In my final question what the hell is a Tron bike
You will have to buy the book, Ray. Kidding. Just give me a week to assemble all of those answers.
No worries brother I'm contemplating doing up a hundred sixty mile ride this year outside of course and it's a bit of a grey area for me so thanks
Sorry for the slow response. The Tyron bike is what you get when you finish the Everesting challenge on Zwift and then continue on to 30,000m. It took me about half a year to do it. Next, I didn't have a moment where I thought I couldn't do it. I was tired in the last two, but after 5, it all feels the same. Changed kits every 3 climbs or 2.5 hours. Ten minute breaks between climbs. Support crew wasn't needed, but I did have to call on the kids the once, other than that, I had it all right there. So much easier logistically indoors. And I ate whatever I wanted, pizza, chia packs, and fruit mostly. Can't do gels since Blue Hill. My stomach revolts. And I used Skratch and honey in the bottles. Same exact weight from beginning to end. Crazy! Outside it's all about packing whatever you think will break and a couple tube and a patch kit. Much lighter! As long as the ride have stops you are good, if not, bring cash and hit a couple stops. Too much food to carry unless you are going to use panniers. Hope that helps. When is the ride? I can always come along and block some wind.