Toilet water is not for drinking, according to the sign above the German toilet which reads, "not drinkwater" (translated literally.)
And not all flowers are easily digested.
On another note, Niels Albert was quoted today as saying that road racing is easy. They dont have to deal with mud or dirt. With nicely pumped up tired and good condition, anyone can make it to paris in the tour de france. But you cant win it without good products.
I'd say those are fighting words. haha.
He went on to say that most of the cyclocross peloton is clean. That you dont need drugs to ride only one hour at your maximum.
As for me, the flu is finally gone. Only a couple of remnants remain - slight cough and stuffy/runny nose.
This weekend is Gavere Superprestige and i have never been more excited to race this season than i am for this event. I don't really have an explanation for it, other than I am simply feeling ready to suffer to the fullest of my ability. I look forward to the burn in my lungs and the throbbing of my legs. My goal Sunday is to ride so hard that I pass out just after I cross the finish line.
Jonas just set up my stationary trainer with a super duper mackdaddy trainer gizmo that measures watts, cadence, heart rate, speed and a bunch of other stuff. It has definitely added a bit of entertainment to my indoor riding. I havent figured out yet how to work the "average" and "max" buttons yet which is proving to be a real challenge, especially when i try to record numbers in the middle of hard efforts.