were the only ones that had a super smooth registration process. Reading several horror stories of people getting to the last stage and it getting caught in the "processing" stage, then booting them out without registering them.... :(
Although, I can't say I didn't have a horrible nightmare that woke me up this morning that had something to do with being unable to register for the DK........ cold sweat i'm telling you!
Looking forward to taking on this new challenge, as ambitious as it is (for us anyway!).
Facebook reminded me this morning that 4 years ago we signed up for the 40k St George to Ancaster bike race (the shorter version of the Paris to Ancaster event). I hadn't even figured out how to consistently change gears on my bike at the time (first time with drops).
So yes, this DK200 certainly is an ambitious goal for us too!
Can't wait to hear all about it!
I checked the USDA drought monitor index today. Dry conditions will be greatly appreciated for the race. Carrying my bike for 5 miles through peanut butter mud (as was the case in 2015, the year before we did the race) is an almost sure fire way for me to miss the cut offs.
Not that there aren't other ways to miss them....