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... still finished under 6hrs. I was very happy with that result. The final climb up Superbagneres was amazingly beautiful with the greatest view of entire Westerm Pyrenees range. We first saw it from a distance at the Port de Bales summit, then up close later. Definitely worth the trip.
And it was lasagne day in the race village. Can't complain about that either! ...
James' blog after stage 2
Well Stacie has left for her usual early morning ride but now I have to keep getting up to make a decent coffee for her. We have teamed up with Rob, his partner Amy and son Jake from England for this race. Rob did the first and we actually met him through another rider but didn't realise that Amy was going to drive this trip.The roads have been easier so far, but yesterday we had to drive 100 kms of the course (missed the last climb) - usually ...
... to the next aid station in the valley, where I got some medical assistance, plus a fair bit of attention from the media crew. I invoked the 'Jens and the Bee' story - see the Day 2 video. I also mentioned that if I was going to take drugs in a cycle race, seeing as we were in Spain, I would prefer to take something to make me ride faster rather than make me drowsy. Can't believe they cut ...
... summer scarf, nice to add some
colour to my backpacker wardrobe, and a small purse perfect for travelling.
From Vielha we headed for Espot to enter
the Aigues Tortes National Park. Coming through the mountains we came across a group of
horses across the road, many tourists had pulled over for a pat so we decided
to get out stretch our legs and meet them. Many were not full-grown and were
very placid, allowing us to pat them attempting to nibble ...
... most of the day sleeping or playing on my Mac whilst the others went hiking in the mountains. In the afternoon i did manage a walk into town with Imogen from some lunch; we shared a set menu and had a local stew; surprisingly filled with chickpeas and some vegetables with the meat and broth, and typically prepared trout.