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ZenTri 549 - FLO Cycling

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It was great to sit down with Chris and Jon, the brothers behind FLO Cycling.  Their wheels have rocked the marketplace, bringing the best aerodynamics at an even better price.

We talk about the trials and tribulations of bringing a new product to market, how they work, and what is in store down the road.  Good times!

After that, I take you with me down the rabbit hole as I try to hit 82 running miles for the week.  Riding the edge of injury, I detail what it's like to go for such big mileage.

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Hey Brett, Great job on your podcast. I drive a lot for work, and have truly enjoyed finding your work and appreciate your efforts with all life demands. Going pro would be nice, but there is much to be said for running a successful career, family, and IM triathlon lifestyle. Every second counts. I spend lots of time encouraging, advising fellow triathletes.
I am one of the main coordinators of our (no dues/fees) long standing Tri group "Conroe Triathletes", and our main difficulty is consistent group attendance. It seems most people are going toward the paid focused coaching (many new excellent coaching services in the Woodlands since IM Texas came), and moving away from recreational (free) less organized group activities. At one time we had 20 to 30 regular participants at most of our organized activities, now we are lucky to get 3-6 participants. This has caused some of the planners to loose heart and "do their own thing", and now we don't report our club points anymore, because we have no chance to compete against coach led, small groups in the region. Any advice on how to promote more participation with our small, but heavily experienced Tri Group?
We have a yahoo group email of over 70 members, and a facebook page, but let our website go due to low usage.

February 12, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterIMDave

I am a new listener, and really would like to listen to the Flo podcast. It appears to not be working or available for download across several platforms. Please Help! Thx

April 1, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterVandal5

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