So I figured that now it would be about time to announce our TR sponsor. It's not really your ordinary weekend race so good support group is vital. I'm not quite sure but there is a chance that our title sponsor is first of its kind at least in the sport of cycling.
So I'm proud to announce that our title sponsor will be Where to Wee...Never heard of Where to Wee? I was unaware of Where to Wee as well and just learned what it was only couple of weeks ago. Well, in short, Where to Wee comes to rescue when you get into the ultimate emergency.
From Where to Wee website.
Where to Wee is an application for your iPhone or iPod Touch that helps you quickly find nearby washrooms. Whether it’s a road-trip that never seems to end, or an endless line in front of the women’s washroom: when you gotta go, you gotta go. But what if you’ve really gotta go, and there’s no washroom in the know? What’s a bursting bladder to do?
Where to Wee has you covered. An iPhone app designed with your #1 and #2 needs in mind, Where to Wee gives the closest washroom to you, what other people have rated it, and lets you rate your own experience, based on a (nearly) scientific rating system. Where to Wee is the difference between an extremely “authentic” dive-bar washroom, complete with permanent “mystery stains,” and that clean, modern bathroom down the street that smells like three types of exotic flowers.
Where to Wee's features:
- Uses your current location to find nearby washrooms
- Intensive search capabilities help you find the best washrooms
- See all nearby washrooms on an integrated map
- Rate and add new washrooms (both good and bad) to spread the word
- Keep clear of places that have no washroom (or should have no washroom), saving you time (and effort)
In my own words. Where to Wee is an iPhone App that will use GPS, user input and iPhone maps to point the app user to the nearest restroom. I like how it has two dimensions, it helps you when you need it most and once the most urgent need is satisfied, you can take part to making application better or planning your next "move". It's like having restroom directory and restroom reading in one package...and it fits in your pocket. I think I'll get the beta version for testing and once I've actually used this product of genius mind(s), I can give much better user report/review. And of course you can find more information about this app at http://www.wheretowee.com/
So our kits are probably green or greenish. We'll have our first team meeting next week to lay down our war plan. Our number one team will race in +80 category and me and Daniel will race in the open category. Need to start training how to race with a backpack.