Just a quick update here. The weekend was packed with work for the new Team Low Cadence website. Just to warn you… it will replace this site within the week. The blog will go on, but it will now be a part of the team instead of the primary presence at this domain.
Now, about those triathletes. I admit that I have no desire to participate in triathlons. The primary reason is the SWIM part of SWIM / BIKE / RUN. I’ve done my share of running in my day. Of course, you know I ride a bike. However, swimming has never been my thing. Frankly, I am a bit afraid of water… Well, not afraid of water, but afraid of sinking into large bodies of water and drowning!
Oh… about that rejoice part of the title of this post. While I may only venture into the duathlon world, there are many people who enjoy the discipline of triathlons. There are quite a few of those folks who are interested in Team Low Cadence. I have been humbled by the excitement that has been shared with me from those interested in pulling on the TLC colors for their events.
So, here you go, my friends. We will be making triathlon singlets available for Team Low Cadence members. Unfortunately, you will have to wait until tomorrow to designate your triathlete status, but we should have that active the evening of January 28, 2013.
A special thanks to NimblewearUSA for taking the lead on this project. We are looking forward to a continued relationship with them. Once again I have been humbled by the giving nature of so many people to make the I Do It For Foundation a success. In this case, I owe much to Chad Terry.
Finally, if you are wanting to join the Team Low Cadence cycling team and assure you get the proper fitting kit, you have until 5 PM today to join up and list your size. I will be placing the order this evening. Click the Join Team Low Cadence! link above to join.
The team continues to grow and so do our plans for 2013. However, I can’t wait until we are able to serve our first I Do It For participant who puts our team into action. While we are so busy trying to get the foundation started, it is so important that we never forget WHY we are.