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This is a good way to organize the gear. Use a large plastic bin with separate 4 bags inside it. At the race, we'll put all Bike gear in one bin, all Paddle gear in one, all Trek gear in one. Then the various bins get staged at each transition area around the course. Assume that you won't have access to a gear bag until that leg starts.
Your backpack will be your "base gear" setup. As you get to each leg, your gear bag for that leg will available to swap gear in/out of. The bag is left in the transition area.
1. Backpack: load this with the "at all times" mandatory gear in a ziplock baggie + food and water, 1 long sleeve shirt, windbreaker, hat. You won't need much, but make sure you have a layer to add for warmth if it's cold/wet.
2. Trek gear bag: extra shoes, extra socks, extra lg sleeve shirt, extra short sleeve shirt, light jacket, warm hat, blister tape. Extra food. You'll swap out stuff from this bag to your backpack if you need it. It's always nice to have the option to change into a dry shirt if it's sweaty or wet.
3. Mt. bike gear - bike shoes, helmet, gloves, spare tube, CO2 cartridge, bike tool (one per team), red tail-light. extra l/s shirt, extra s/s shirt, extra socks,
4. Paddle gear - PDF, drytop or rain jacket, small dry bag, warm hat, paddle gloves, glow stick, water bottle, bars & gu's. Extra l/s shirt, extra s/s shirt, extra socks.
5. Start bag - Anything you'll be wearing or will need to prep with before the start. Shirt, tights or shorts, shoes, gaiters, socks, cap, sunscreen, chafe lube, chap stick, sunglasses, cap. Think thru exactly what you'll be wearing or will need to get ready with in the morning & put it in this bag. When done prepping, this bag goes back in the car.
We'll be camping the night before the race. The start will be early in the morning. Before the start, we'll be prepping and staging gear at the transitions areas, then organizing maps and the route. This usually happens fast and you typically run out of time. The more organized you can be with your gear ahead of time, the easier it is.
The trick is to have everything ready in separate bags by discipline before hand so you don't have to think about what goes where. Stay minimal & keep it simple. Less is usually better. Keep your race gear separate from any camping gear.
1999 Triumph Thunderbird Sport for sale
Model:Triumph Thunderbird Sport - Yellow
Crashes:Rear-ended in 2005; professionally repaired to stock by OC
Triumph, Santa Ana. This was a minor accident and did not affect the
frame or any other major systems. There are two small scratches on the
1. Upgraded cam shaft
2. Upgraded to off-road exhaust
1. Corbin Leather Saddle
2. Genuine Triumph Windscreen
3. Genuine leather Triumph Panier
4. HJC Helmet
5. Leather riding gloves (large)
6. Bike cover
7. Extra set of rear-view mirrors in black
April 2009 did a major preventative maintenance:
1. Full tune up
2. New wires and plugs
3. Fork seals and oil replaced
4. Carbuerator cleaned and adjusted
All other maintenance records are available.
Engine and transmission
Displacement:885.00 ccm (54.00 cubic inches)
Engine type:In-line three
Power:82.00 HP (59.9 kW)) @ 8500 RPM
Dry weight:224.0 kg (493.8 pounds)
Wheelbase:1,580 mm (62.2 inches)
Chassis and dimensions
Front brakes:Dual disc
Rear brakes:Single disc
Speed and acceleration
Top speed:165.0 km/h (102.5 mph)
Power/weight ratio:0.3661 HP/kg
Fuel capacity:17.00 litres (4.49 gallons)
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