Is it morally acceptable to simply stop after you ride a bicycle, or is there a moral imperative to go for a run, even just a small one to “flush the legs out”?
- One should always run after the bike
- One should not always run after the bike, but one should feel deeply ashamed if not doing so
It’s criminal not to run if you have the time.
I fear you are beyond help.
I don’t care to run after every bike, but I have taken to doing run warm-ups on the turbo. Morning runs are painful without a little spin first.
I very rarely run off the bike. A few key sessions before a race and that’s it.
To be fair, I’ve always found rotb pretty natural and I don’t struggle to get into a rhythm or anything.
Are you a cyclist or a triathlete, answer that question and you will know.
Meh that’s relativism! Everyone should run after the bike, always!
This, it’s what races are for!
When it’s warm out, yes.
When it’s 2 degrees out and I’m drenched in sweat, no.
Just a little jog round the block? Go on!
Nah, no running off the bike until the day before a race.
2021: 3 races, 4 bricks.
The 4th was just because I bike commuted home from work before a planned run.
I’ll undercut you
2021: 2 races, 2 bricks and one of those was when the rear derailleur snapped on my MTB and I happened to be wearing trainers.
I like riding a bike, I like going for a run. But rarely both together unless the terms of the event require it.
I mean, you’ve just wolfed down a chunk of stilton. Do you immediately go hunting for the gorgonzola? This is a rhetorical question btw.
How about a run before the bike
Spat on my cyclists and triathletes alike. This is the habit of the d🤮athlete.
Presumably a cycle run cycle is less frowned upon than a run cycle run
Now there’s a civilised alternative.
Could be a workout, could be a cycle to the park run and cycle back.
I am forever the diplomat
I often find myself running before a cycle - happens more often than a runoff