Re: [RC] [RC] Finish Line question for LD Riders - Howard Bramhall
Why not make it a "real ride." Why just the first half? Why not the whole
thing, including a finish line? Why are we afraid to give these folks a
finish line? Make it exactly like the 50, then, when they do make the
transition from an LD to a 50 or a 100, there won't be any surprises.
Everything will be the same.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hilga Boskamp" <H.Boskamp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Howard Bramhall" <howard9732@xxxxxxx>; "ridecamp"
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2002 6:57 AM
Subject: AW: [RC] [RC] Finish Line question for LD Riders
> Howard Bramhall
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 19. Dezember 2002 23:53
> An: ridecamp
> Betreff: Re: [RC] [RC] Finish Line question for LD Riders
> >I feel the LD should mimic the 50 and 100 mile true endurance rides. The
> >should be exactly the same as a 50 miler just as the 50 miler is exactly
> >same as a 100 (except for the completion times).
> To me (being an european) it looks like by the old rule the 25 milers are
> just the same thing as the 50 milers.
> The first half of it, where the hold time starts as soon as your pulse is
> Treat it like the fist half of a "real ride" and everything is exactly the
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- AW: [RC] [RC] Finish Line question for LD Riders, Hilga Boskamp