And it's not my hybrid. Well, technically, I suppose I still have the hybrid, but it's not coming with me to the race. Bella, my road bike, is fixed up and good to go.
I've set up my transition area in my basement, and then put it in my bag. I always do that race eve, just to double check I've got everything.
Tonight was a pre-race meeting and dinner. The food was good. The company was good. I ran into Keith (who is doing the half iron distance) as well as a couple other people I knew. Truthfully though, it's not my preferred way to spend race eve. I'd rather be home so that I can wind down earlier and hit the sack.
I'm feeling good about tomorrow. I went to an open water swim clinic on Thursday and am feeling pretty good about my swim. Bella's fixed up, so I'm set for the bike course. And the run? Well, I like running. All is good.
This will be my longest race to date! Yes, it's my second Olympic, but my first one had a 38 km bike route, as opposed to the standard 40 that I'll do tomorrow. Bring it on baby!