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to go. Sometimes rocks are filled up between ties, but mostly you have to just keep a fast cadence over them. The slower you go the more you are going to feel them. They can be pretty scary, especially if you're afraid of heights.
Tinker Juarez: Yeah, my wife Terri and I and have an 11 month old son. His name is Joshua. He's a healthy boy. It's a big job, but it's the best thing that ever happened to me. I couldn't ask for more.
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Tinker Juarez: Yeah, [the third, fourth and fifth place riders] were up about a minute on me, but I kept bringing them back and got even with them at the top. We were all together at the beginning of the descent, but I was able to get away before the finish. I was really happy with how it went. My goal was top 10 [overall] and now I have chance for top 5. What keeps bringing you back?
Tinker Juarez: It's cool all the way, beautiful scenery, beautiful people. The organizers really take good care of me. What's been the hardest thing for you?
Tinker Juarez: Nike Tracksuits Boys Well, Cannondale has asked me what my plans are when this deal ends. They are being nice about it, but I'm starting to get hint. They want me to have future plans. I just want to make it to 50. After that I'd like to run some races on my own, maybe the Tinker 24 hour races or a 24 hour race in Las Vegas. They already have a 'cross race and a crit. I also want to work on some signature pieces. I have Kenda on board and ODI wants to do signature grip.
Tinker Juarez: Most people will probably say different, but I think the last day is the hardest because of all the time on the railroad tracks. You can't believe that you are going to be on these tracks for five miles. You want to jump off to the side but there's nowhere Nike Sweatshirt Womens Black
Tinker Juarez: Yeah, they always scare me. There's no stretching your legs any farther than you have too. It's small steps all the way across. That's another place where I lose time to the local guys because they are going fast, skipping every few. I just make sure get whole foot on top of each tie. What were your expectations coming down here?
At the 2007 edition of La Ruta de los Conquistadores in early November, Juarez holed up south of the border in Costa Rica, taking on the local Ticos in the world's toughest mountain bike stage race. Although he had at least 10 years on most of his peers in the open division, the Cannondale pro as the top North American in a solid fifth place.
On Friday's stage three, Juarez clawed his way back during a huge climb up the Iraz Volcano, moving from sixth to fourth by the time he reached the summit, then holding his position on a road so rough that it derailed several race caravan vehicles (read how Tinker's support vehicle kept up with him). It was a great day for you.
Tinker Juarez: To be honest I couldn't even guess. I started mountain bike racing in 1986. I've been with Cannondale since 1994. That's history unto itself. I'm really lucky. Winning solo worlds this year helped me get acontract for two more years.
The man, the myth, the Tinker.
He started out as a BMX honch, and then put together an illustrious cross country career that earned him rock star status in the fat tire world. Juarez has since shifted his focus to the endurance racing game and has won a bunch of 24 hour races. In September, the 46 year old took his first world solo championship.
end of one of the days. It was just smoke and ashes. But anyway, last year [at La Ruta] I was really happy with 6th and my goal this year is do as well or better. I really want to get a top 3 in a stage. This race definitely poses a unique set of mechanical challenges.
The seemingly ageless two time Olympian has been racing mountain bikes and winning for two decades.
Tinker Juarez: Well in the past I'd used a double chainring 2x9, but this year I went with a triple because of all the climbing. For hydration I have two cages on the bike and I stick another bottle in the back of the jersey. I have tall bottles and the third will be key. (Tinker also had Cannondale's Troy Laffey riding support) I'm running tubeless tires with Stans. I opted for a hardtail this year. It's the first time I've used a hard tail here, but that's what most of the Costa Rican's do. This race is all about uphill and that's why the hardtail was the choice. It's not the greatest for everything else, but it should work well. I don't ever have it wide open anyways. I was getting dropped on the downhills last year. I just go at my own pace and don't worry about flatting. How many races do you think you've done all together? It's got to be a huge number.
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