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2014 Resolutions
#11
"Lee G" Wrote:Sounds silly but, breathe deeper. I'm asthmatic (very minor) and asthmatics get into the habit of shallow breathing which is bad.

Get my Honduh back out and back to zer nordschleife.

Yep. I have to concentrate on getting my bretheing right, otherwise i predominantly take quick shallow breaths and run out of steam. Also have mild exercise induced astema.
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#12
Convince SWMBO that we really need a Series 2a Landrover
Change career
Stop making things and actually ride the bike
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#13
Fuck me I'm bored. New Years is so overrated.
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#14
Race more downhill

Run a sub 4 hour marathon.
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#15
Ride more DH and DH comps, got better at jumping this year but still no where near where I want to be.
I did do some vid editing this year but didn't do as much as I hoped  :B so aiming to follow on on my 2013 ones but also get back to giving blood and learn a spot of science. physics and chemistry looks cool.
2014 is looking good already  8)
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#16
Build my son a bike which I promised him I'd do last year
Lose about half a stone
Enter a 24hr Enduro
Generally be a bit fitter

I'll keep my sights low this year  Big Grin
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#17
Just get out and ride
Just get out and ride
Just get out and ride....

Enter the London to Brighton OffRoad later in the year.


(Knee/health permitting!)
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#18
Go out on my bike more often.
Go out on Sketchy rides more often.
Ride new trails.
Ride better.
Learn to jump better(higher-longer)
Go faster.
Do the London Ride 100 faster than I did it last year(if I get in).
Stop buying "essential" stuff for my bike.


Not bad for a start but I don't think the last one is achievable!!!!!!! Big Grin
You have to grow old, you don't have to grow up :lol:
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#19
Ride my bike, relax, be happy, enjoy life.
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