Lending a bike, giving a hand – "Pay it Forward"

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After lending his racing bike to another competitor, Doug Landau manages to average 22+ MPH and over 230 watts
After lending his racing bike to another competitor, injury lawyer Doug Landau manages to average 22+ MPH and over 230 watts

When a young cyclist realized that he had forgotten his bike this weekend, and thus would be out of the race this weekend, Doug Landau, recalling the kindnesses that had been shown him, offered to not only let this racer use his bike, but also his bike shoes !
Since they were in different heats at Multisport World, Landau was able to cheer for this your racer. Plus, his Cervelo P# carbon bike was already attached to the Computrainer and warmed up for his race moments later ! The bottom line – “pay it forward.” If you do good things for others, good things will happen to you. Plus, even though we are competing against each other, good sportsmanship is important, as athletes should compete fairly and honorably. Landau, of the Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., intends to race on his bicycle outside next month at the “Rumpass in Bumpass” Olympic DIstance Triathlon in Spotsylvania and the Strasbourg DUathlon.

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