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    Sprockette wabbit's Avatar
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    knee warmers at less than 80 degrees! now that IS wimpy!! lol
    i wish it would be a little warmer here....we've been having such crap weather and frankly,i would love a little extreme heat and sun! Btw, i've been in florida in the summer and there is just no air. It's like breathing underwater.
    You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. That's great...if you want to attract vermin.

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    I am not riding any right now, unless early mornings. It is 9:30 A.M., 87 & 69% humidity in Fl. as I post this.

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    Haven't found that temp yet. Been in the upper 90's with the heat index above 100 I still ride/commute. Seeing that it's not July yet if it gets above 110 I stop at that point.

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    Stealing Spokes since 82' Fizzaly's Avatar
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    anything over 400f is too warm so i should be good any where on earth

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    For me it depends on the amount of direct sun, and humidity. 85F with high 90% humidity, and direct sun can be enough for me to shorten, or not ride. But, I will admit I'm not in the best physical condition either. But, heat stroke and exhaustion are those types of things that are better to prevent than risk, because once you realize you are in trouble it's too late, and often the damage can already be done.
    A bird can roost but on one branch, a mouse can drink not more than its fill from a river.

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