Over training is over rated, rest better so that you can train even more" - Nick Yster Bester
Yay - nothing like new running gear to rekindle the old flame!I've nominated you and a few other SA running bloggers for a Liebster award, Johann - check out my latest post if you want to join in! :)
Those are some nice white shoes...make me want to step on them and dirty them up :).
White shoes on the trails are not good friend, Johann. Here in the states, it's hard to find running shoes in white. Have a blast dirtying them up! :)Happy Weekend, my friend!
Ha...those won't be white for long! :)In answer to your question, people could ride mountain bikes or cross bikes for the race. Really, whatever you wanted, but I wouldn't want a road bike on those surfaces. The first year I did Dirty Kanza, I rode a mountain bike with skinnier gravel tires, last year I did it on a cross bike. I don't think the frame made a huge difference for me, though I imagine the more aggressive positioning on a cross bike would help the fast racers.
Yuck...I still prefer the ones on the left :-)
Amazing. You had to work hard to get them that dirty.
Nice white shoes ... If you were to preserve those shoes you would have to run along a running path covered with white sand. Have a nice week!Post scriptum: I've sent the small package ... please, let me konw about the delivery (I mean if it will be ok).
I should do that with my New Balance MT10's, I have a new pair and a pair with 1700km logged!!!
Oh one more thing, are you still streaking?
They make running shoes in white? Seems like they are asking for some mud!!
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