Monday, January 9, 2012

Easy Tiger.

One thing we often forget, as amateur racing cyclists, is how recently we took up the sport. I mean I have been riding bikes for eight years, only a year and a half of which (not counting my outstanding racing career with CCCC at 15) has been racing often.

We figure we've been around the block, know our way around, and feel ready to give advice to newer cyclists, based on our own experiences.

I think what we all forget, though, is that we really are students of the sport, rather than masters, and we would probably do well to remember it every now and then.

Offering advice to newbies that might only apply to myself, is something I, and others, probably need to be careful of.

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