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Kiddie Bikes and Clown Feet: An spectator's perspective on EX-treme winter triathlons Off To the RacesI was totally baited. All I had to do was either keep commuting on my bike in the winter (which I did March 26, 2008

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    And Dog said, "Let there be flight!" Well at least it seems that way to 'Frisbyterians.' Baseball may be the Great American Pastime,
      And Dog said, "Let there be flight!" Well at least it seems that way to 'Frisbyterians.' Baseball may be the Great American Pastime, Football and NASCAR may have the most spectators, but to me, there is nothing more American than the Frisbee.
  • Kiddie Bikes and Clown Feet: An spectator's perspective on EX-treme winter triathlons

    Off To the RacesI was totally baited. All I had to do was either keep commuting on my bike in the winter (which I did
      Off To the RacesI was totally baited. All I had to do was either keep commuting on my bike in the winter (which I did for three and a half years) or train a bit in a spin class (somewhat less likely), or run a bit in the snow. (How hard could that be? I coach high school cross-country and track.) I skate ski a bit and feel race-worthy in the winter.   Well, I broke down and bought an $800 Volvo this winter, so Mr. Smith the bike commuter became Mr. Smith, the guy with four pairs of skis in the car who went through headlamp batteries like a (insert simile here). And Mr. Run All The Time developed a foot ache best described as the "sissy foot" that precluded any running other than down to the mailbox, or over to the coffeehouse, or more frequently, "how fast do I have to run to set a personal record for sliding across the hardwood floor." In other words, I had no reason not to enter.

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