Q1

Q1

In business, as well as in training, it’s good to “set the pace” in Q1. Rather than dicking around and hardly getting started – looking at the budget figures as “a end of the year event” for business. Or in the case of training...

Cars are hard but some triathletes are HARDER

Shit happens. It happens to all of us – sooner or later. The way we deal with it is what defines us. We all have a choice to either ventilate your misfortune in social medias and play victims or just shut up and use the misfortune as an opportunity to build even...

It’s All About The Bike!

When I was racing in the nineties our bikes were quite different from today. Carbon was just starting to come around, but everyone was suspicious and we thought that it was more fragile than the rigid aluminium and iron frames we were riding. Our bikes back then where...

Caught Red Handed – ARGON18 Gallium Pro

After a very positive experience with the Argon18 E-118 last year I decided not only to upgrade to the new triathlon bike E-119+ this year but also get the Krypton XRoad to be able to put on some fat tires on and ride the rough winter roads. All this was well planned...

Road Rage

I actually enjoy many aspects of getting older. One is that I don’t get so upset anymore. There is a cyclists saying; ““there are only two types of cyclists, those who have crashed and those who will crash””. As I have spent between 2,500 –...