I've signed up for my first audax, in fact my first properly long distance road ride, although I've done plenty of longish distance MTB rides/races.
I'm happy with clothing, body and food, but what tips and tricks are going to make me an audax regular?
Currently I'm going to get busy with the highlighters on the route sheets (list type with instructions and distances) to make reading them quick and easy (stolen from motorcycle rallies).
As advertised on eBay.
Please look into it it's a very good quality bike.
I'm helping to organise a new Audax that takes in the surrounds of Bristol and drops onto the Mendips. It promises to be a great ride so hope some of you might want to come along.
It'll be a good tester for spring training.
More info can be found here:
And here's a little promo vid!