Friday, May 23, 2014

Post-Race: Alaska Cycle Philippines

The good:

  1. Accurate distance (40km)
  2. Good work on controlling the traffic
  3. Lots of freebies
For improvement:

  1. Wished the FinisherPix photos were free

I had a good time racing this one, improving my average speed from 28kph last year to about 30+kph here (1:17:40 chip time). I was able to hang on for most of the peloton groups that I encountered, ending the race with the one led by Alaska head huncho Fred Uytengsu. This was a good gauge to check if I'm improving on my bike.

Yup, I'm already excited for the next installment of this BGC race which happens this November.

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