Won the AVC sprint, good competition but expected much more people to show up. So what's next....?Want to go to Tejas but manager has to check his budget, end of the month is not a good time for one's own pocket either. Wish I knew what it would take to ride in some world cups from my federation. O haven't really peaked this season yet so I'm not sure if to pack up for the season or wait for someone to make up their mind.Got to love the coming of winter.
[Mood: Very Sad ] [Currently: Pondering ]
Crack, there goes my bike.Too much power I guess .Bad timing, two weeks from a t-town trip,, 3 weeks from the avc challenge.If I don't get used to a borrowed bike soon my season itself might go crack. This sucks, after coming in second in a the recent sprint tournament to Mr Kacala, I was looking to start my sprint workouts, well my bike wasn't and bit the dust after a couple of standing starts. I guess it's true not to keep an aluminium bike more than three four years.
Searching for form has taken me the endurance route. Having a coach has really helped with the direction in a cycling season which includes 3 track cycling seasons, the US, Trinidad and hopefully the international season. I'm no pro so I know my form could be derailed with a new work schedule and other family responsibilities but it feels like I'm heading in a good direction. If I continue to put the work in and get the support I need godwilling this could be a great long season.Well I guess I can start that by turning the little bit of form I'm getting into some wins the next couple of weeks.
Of course all the races were relatively long. A 5 lap heat to qualify for 10 lap final.5 laps cool, 10 laps the enduro guys made it hot and I melted. Of cousre these were followed by a miss and out and a 50 lap points. My legs felt much better during the last couple of races but I'm forced to use this lighter gear and I can only get that much better in one night. My enduranceis not were its supposed to be but can a sprinter get a break.