STW for Triathlons
What’s the STW equivalent for triathlons? Quite fancy trying one sometime next year (ie when it warms up!), and will no doubt have 1000s of stupid questions which could be easily solved with a little tactical lurking on a decent forum.
Don’t care if it’s UK based or not, if that makes a difference.Posted 7 years agocu dubhSubscriber
Try tritalk.co.uk. I am sure the same principles will apply in Spain. I have done a couple of triathlons (very slowly) and found it quite useful. They are focussed on on-road ones rather than MTB ones although you do get the occasional thread on one of the forums (should that be fora?)about MTB ones. There are regular posts of the type – I am new to triathlon, what do I need to know or do and they always get a sympathetic response.Posted 7 years agonjee20Subscriber
I actually think only a couple of them are to be broken, I agree with the vast majority!
I’ve done a few off-road ones and a road one, there are quite a few on here who have. They’re more ‘all inclusive’ than MTB races over here at least, a lot of people really are just there to complete, whilst virtually everyone at an XC race is there to win! Just turn up and have fun, you won’t come last.Posted 7 years agoPaul McGMember
There also newbie orientated Tri forums associated with the 220 Magazine and Runners World magazines – links from their websites.
MTB Off-road Triathlon Sir?.
Walk this way…… http://www.durtytriathlon.com – it’s usually the day before the Selkirk Merida/CRC and 20mins from Selkirk + Innerleithen. Oh, I organise it!.
PaulPosted 7 years ago
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