A Rolling Blog Post

Sonja Wieck

A Denver area triathlete enjoying every day of swim bike run. Mom to Annie, wife to Troy, and guide to a few brave athletes, I'm always in search of the next adventure.

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6 Responses

  1. Mom says:

    Today was a good example of the kind of things a mom worries about. :)

    hang in–no new sports!

    Luv U

  2. Laura Vedeen says:

    aaaaah Sonja! Well, at least you are learning this stuff NOW, and not on a special day in October! Keep at it girlfriend!

  3. Ron says:

    To be honest, I stopped paying attention to this blog post after “We had a 5 hour ride in Boulder planned and it was a mellow ride for me” because it dawned on me that your “mellow” ride is my VO2 Max.

    I went with the clinchers for my Zipp wheels because I actually know how to change a tube flat and I certainly am not worried about a few extra ounces on the bike.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Ron

  4. BenS says:

    things tend to domino – it’s all in how you handle it, and it sounds like you got it taken care of.

    Do you run sealant in your tubeless tires (stans, caffletx, ..)? a couple ounces in weight can go a long ways to preventing flats (I use some in all of my non-racing setups, tubes or not).
    Also – I haven’t messed with road tubeless, but with my mtn bike tubeless, I can use an innertube if the tire gets a hole that the sealant won’t plug. Just break the bead of the tire, pull the valve stem out of the rim, insert innertube, fill up and go. If it’s a big hole in the tire, I’ll “boot” the tire with receipts etc or I usually carry some stick on park tools tire boots as well.

    just some thoughts to help keep fixing time down and training time up…

  5. Christi says:

    I know you will have your focus in tune now because that is the type of person you are! Go git ‘em girl!

  6. Kim Neill says:

    Rest my dear girl, rest. And breathe. You will be fine!

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