The latter part of December, I was walking out of the school where I was teaching and did not notice the step-down at the threshhold and hyperextended my "bad" knee. Here it is, the latter part of Feb. and I can walk down stairs ok but it is a pain to walk up--the same with pushing down on the pedals. I am still at the cruising around the neighborhood phase and no long rides.
So, here I sit reading the forums and web pages, looking at my bike, and rebuilding it in my mind and on paper showing my ,until now understanding wife, the great improvements I could make to my trusted steed. I have basically changed everything but the metallurgical properties of the frame. Quietly, she hopes I will soon be able to just jump on and ride.
So, do any of you find that when you can't be out riding you find yourself more apt to be thinking of new things to do to your bike?