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Re: New to the BCTTT Forum? Introduce yourself here......

Postby ris » 22 May 2013 11:14

Goose wrote:Thanks Jack.

How to I purchased membership and tri suit?

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bop has covered the membership stuff very succinctly.

kit is usually on a 3-4 orders per year process - shadowone1 organises the thankless cluster-train. we put one in a little while ago and there were a few who missed/delayed their order, so you might find that one might go in sooner rather than later.

we have the same pattern kit in either black/silver or yellow, and i think need 10 items of each to put in an order from champ sys. it is very good stuff though, so worth the wait.
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Postby Goose » 31 May 2013 11:20

Thanks Ris,

Can someone let me know then when an order is being raised please? Ill be very interested.

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Re: New to the BCTTT Forum? Introduce yourself here......

Postby ris » 31 May 2013 12:17

i think s11 has suggested he'll run one out pretty soon - pm him for a copy of the order sheet.
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Re: New to the BCTTT Forum? Introduce yourself here......

Postby QuarterPounder » 31 May 2013 21:54

So here goes......

Hi everyone, new member here. I had this forum recommended by a colleague so decided to sign up after a bit of lurking.

First season of triathlon, still trying to come to terms with the cost of it all! First race this year was Galashiels sprint, which was brilliant despite the weather. This was due to be followed by Selkirk standard but had to pull out after suffering a swollen knee (teach me not to get in to fights with concrete again). Next up is St Andrews standard (first open water!!!) then St Mary's standard end of July.

Had my first taste of OW swimming this evening in East Kilbride, not quite the shock I was expecting and thoroughly enjoyed it (apart from cramp near the end). If anyone in the Glasgow/Lanarkshire area fancies OW swimming I can't recommend this highly enough. I was amazed to see 36 other nutters there tonight.

Well and truly hooked at the moment and can't wait for my next event.
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Re: New to the BCTTT Forum? Introduce yourself here......

Postby Jack Hughes » 01 Jun 2013 06:55

Excellent. And welcome aboard!
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Re: New to the BCTTT Forum? Introduce yourself here......

Postby Worrying Will » 01 Jun 2013 07:55

Hello and welcome to cake making forum.
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Re: New to the BCTTT Forum? Introduce yourself here......

Postby kfjatek » 01 Jun 2013 21:00

With cheese? ;-) (yummmm..)

Welcome on board!

PS. The money well in tri is bottomless; get ready to spend your last penny on carbon bling, mwahahaaa! :twisted:

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Re: New to the BCTTT Forum? Introduce yourself here......

Postby SickBoy » 08 Jun 2013 20:15

Welcome aboard! If you think your first season is expensive wait until your second! ;)

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Postby Lead Balloon » 08 Jun 2013 20:23

SickBoy wrote:Welcome aboard! If you think your first season is expensive wait until your second! ;)



And your third is where the bling really starts getting bought. I'm approximately one bike and a disc wheel away from a divorce already :lol:
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Postby tesseract » 09 Jun 2013 01:24

QuarterPounder wrote:If anyone in the Glasgow/Lanarkshire area fancies OW swimming I can't recommend this highly enough. I was amazed to see 36 other nutters there tonight.
There's quite a few OW venues around Glasgow now, which is great. My closest is Bardowie Loch, there's 20-30 of us there on a Sunday. EK's a bit far for me though.
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