[Special Note: I have a "Music Player" gadget, 4th down to the right. You may run audio from it or the video as you see fit by pausing the music player or muting the embedded video. Enjoy!]
Ok, I only have a moment before I have to leave this morning for the 90 mile Hermann Road Race, so I will do a more through analysis later. In short, I placed 3rd in the tt an 4th in the criterium
Concerning the video: I somehow lost the finish data (about 5 minutes), but it wasn't terribly fascinating anyhow. The big deal is that I did get the beginning and then some. I was also a little unhappy with the very loud clicking that was associated with my pedal cadence. (I've since discovered that the clicking noise is from the buckle of the camera mount and is preventable by installing a rubber device into the buckle. The rubber device is provided with the camera. I just didn't know about how to use it or what it was for.) I normally don't put music on my race videos, but I decided to delete the video audio and replace with my own musical creation. I would love to use professional music, but copyright issues disallow this. Anyhoo, if my music absolutely sucks, I suggest muting my stuff and turning on your own music.
A follow-up post to this one is called How to High Speed Corner (next in the order of posts)
[Update: I now have a license to use certain copyrighted songs. Additionally I have added a music player gadget on my sidebar for everyone's listening pleasure. When watching a video, mute the player or the video otherwise both will play. You have to be a bit of a DJ on this site. :-)]
Gotta go race!
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