During the summer I decided I wanted to build my own bike in the off season. I thought it'd be something special to ride a machine I'd built myself and the personal element really appealed to me. I spoke to some of the guys in the workshop where I work and they agreed to help and guide me. No sooner than I'd bought the frame from VeloBuild, I was offered a machine I couldn't refuse. The 2013 Cannondale Slice RS Ultegra. I couldn't turn it down and as a result I am selling my VeloBuild TT Frame that comes with aerobars, handlebars and seat-post. The bike cost me $869/ €800 and cost me €110 to ship and a further €200 on customs. In all this frame cost me €1100 to buy, I am selling for €900. This is a real steal as I have done all the hard work dealing with customs and deliveries so the frame is there for someone to buy. Drop me a mail if interested and we can work something out. The VeloBuild range is great and I know many who have bought from them and ride the VeloBuild TT Frame with no problems. It is matt black and super lightweight with integrated headset. Chat soon. €900 ONO.
If, like me, you are just mad to ingest as much triathlon information as possible, podcasts are a great source of fuel. It took me a while to get into podcasts as I never really warmed to the non-live concept of their production. But the following list of best triathlon podcasts have without doubt turned me to the other side. I downloaded the app 'Pocketcast' on Google Play for €2 and have never looked back. The podcasts I listen to offer me insight into a sport that I am still getting to grips with, keep me company during those long hours on the turbo trainer and make the morning commute that little bit more tolerable. Let's get into it.
I know there are a bunch more triathlon podcasts out there but I thought my top 5 would be enough to get started. If there are any glaring contenders I have missed do drop me a mail here on Fitness With Phil or catch up with me on Twitter.