Simply enough question with a simple enough answer - its the best triathlon club in the known universe! Of course you might want more detail than that! I've posted a couple of copies of the club mag on here for everyone so you can get a feel for us, and some of you may have had the misfortune of reading my book.Somehow the club managed to get to last 5 of 2009 '220 club of year' despite being only 4 months old at the time. Rumours of vote rigging were never substantiated.....Bridgtown Cona Testa Triathlon Team is an affiliated British Triathlon Federation Club. The club has no constitution or rules as such, other than global triathlon domination. Whilst we’re happy to take uber elites into our fold, if you spend most of your time propping up the bottom of the race results sheets whilst not entirely sure what you're doing - WE WANT YOU!We may appear to be a pukka club awash with ‘triathletes’ but the reality is we’re all rookies making it up as we go along, whilst trying not to get in anyone elses way. Why rush through transition when you can have a nice sit down eh?Do any of these descriptions apply to you?1. I have some sort of mountain bike/hybrid thing, not exactly sure what it is but it’s a bike – I know that much. I have little or no equipment and simply make do with what I have to hand. My main aim is to finish before the race marshals have to go home. I do this sport because I love it, love the people and it’s not about the kit you have. It’s a great way to stay in shape and meet fun people.2. I have the best bike I can afford, try to make sure I have the majority of the kit I need to race and train as often as my home life and work allow. I might not have everything I want, but I’ve got what I need. My main aim is to train and race as often as I can, stay out of trouble and try to beat my time every time I race whilst trying to have fun!3. I have £4,000 worth of carbon bike porn which I parade happily up and down transition. My main aim is to win my age group and hopefully podium at every race I enter. If it comes in carbon, I probably own it and my garage resembles a triathlon boutique shop. You will never see me with anything triathlon related that is more than a season old. I would also sell one of my organs to secure Ironman Hawaii qualification. I may have a wife/husband/girlfriend/partner but it’s that long since I’ve actually seen them its hard to be sure.Whatever the case, all are welcome at the BCTTT Come and say hello http://forum.bcttt.com/
But maybe you prefer stealth colours - note the faux carbon pattern, has to have 'carbon' on it somewhere....
[quote="Conehead":1wj7uqk6]But maybe you prefer stealth colours - note the faux carbon pattern, has to have 'carbon' on it somewhere....
I tried to join the forum last weekend, but have heard nothing. Do I need to join the club and pay the fee's before I can join the forum??