Monday, April 07, 2008

Tour of Flanders Sportif

2008 Flanders Sportif

Back from a great weekend in Belgium.

140 km of riding on part of the course of one of cyclings' spring classics, the Tour of Flanders.

Cobbles and pointy little hills and freezing rain made for a tough ride. Andy,Mark and myself were all shivering at the end.

5'20" ish for the 140K, a hillier ride than last weekends Cheshire Cat at 150K, and only 20 minutes slower.

I'm happy with that.

A clip of the pros at Kortrijk taken the following day.

7 Comments:

At 8:34 pm, Blogger paul4stones said...

Impressive stuff - well done!

I debated whether I could manage 85miles on Friday while the children were at school - obviously would have been ok if I could have wheel sucked you all the way ;-)

 
At 10:23 am, Anonymous Terry said...

rain always makes races look misrable ...you dont look very happy in the picture !

cheer up goth , have an irn bru !

 
At 11:15 am, Blogger Richard said...

It was miserable, that photo does not show my chattering teeth, or onset of hypothermia.

 
At 3:10 pm, Blogger Steve said...

Splendid. Proper Belgian rouleur weather. See you at Kinder Downfall on Sunday?

 
At 3:23 pm, Blogger Richard said...

Kinder Downfall, yep, see you there. Don't forget your waterproofs.

 
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