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Old 08-06-03, 06:54 AM   #1
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speed deamon?

well, not quite yet. I rode hard yesterday and it showed at something just under 18 mph for a 33 mile ride. It felt great! but today my gut hurts. Is this just me getting back into shape? I dont mind the feeling, its nice to wake up in the morning and ache a little. Its really amazing what cycling can do i feel great and have the most messed up tan as well!

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So I take it a speed daemon makes a setrlimit() call with RLIMIT_CPU referenced to RLIM_INFINITY?
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I rode hard yesterday and ... today my gut hurts. Is this just me getting back into shape?
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Old 08-06-03, 07:46 AM   #4
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Oh khuon.... funny, ture, but funny!!
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well, not quite yet. I rode hard yesterday and it showed at something just under 18 mph for a 33 mile ride. It felt great! but today my gut hurts. Is this just me getting back into shape? I dont mind the feeling, its nice to wake up in the morning and ache a little. Its really amazing what cycling can do i feel great and have the most messed up tan as well!

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A nice avg.
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18 mph for 33 miles? Best I've done for an 18 mph avg is just over 11 miles!

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wow. do you have hills there in fairfax? the only time I've averaged over 18 mph for that long was at Rehobeth beach in delaware...and it was mad flat. (ok...I gotta brag...20.8 mph for 36 miles)
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So I take it a speed daemon makes a setrlimit() call with RLIMIT_CPU referenced to RLIM_INFINITY?
Hahaha...that was funny...
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