On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, swampmtn wrote:
> In Cincinnati a group of racers told me they wouldn't train with mudguards because they created too much wind drag and slowed them down too much. But I wonder - who needs to go fast on a cold winter's day? Wouldn't mud guards give you a better workout, and without as much windchill?
Which is one of the reasons I think most organized Cincy racers I've met are poser jerks (so say I, who just purchased 2 pair of Zefal fenders from Cycle Sport in Loveland yesterday and regularly rides in any weather).
Yeah, I do have strong opinions... what makes you ask? ;-)