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    Yes, it's one of the frequent plusses of cycling,...

    Yes, it's one of the frequent plusses of cycling, feeling stoked or more likely a good dose of dopamine after a ride ... I have a sneaking suspicion it's why a lot of us do it (I am being Capt....
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    Eloquently put Mr. Ms. or Mrs. Masque And you...

    Eloquently put Mr. Ms. or Mrs. Masque

    And you are paying five quid for a bar of quality cacao content Choc -- blooming' 'eck! about $3.99 for a Ghirardelli dark chocolate (72%-86%) bar here and I...
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    Thanks for the info Marc. (Phil coming out of...

    Thanks for the info Marc.

    (Phil coming out of hibernation)
  4. Nothing wrong with a built up disc Trucker....

    Nothing wrong with a built up disc Trucker. (Surly right?) I could use one of them to handle my commute -- the roads are looking more like goat trails every day.
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    Used to ride clipless, MTB and road. Can't...

    Used to ride clipless, MTB and road. Can't afford the tombees these days, delicate injuries that don't need reinjury.

    Like the look of those purple platforms on the left, Mar, what are they.
    I...
  6. Another hurdle I have to cross with bents is lack...

    Another hurdle I have to cross with bents is lack of knowledge — what's a good solid entry level bike at a reasonable price, don't know that field at all.
  7. Sticky: :thumb: That's terrific, thanks for the thorough,...

    :thumb: That's terrific, thanks for the thorough, interesting and helpful response.

    :giver:

    As clydes and athenas, sharing sometimes similar situations, sometimes not, it's great to see the...
  8. Sticky: That's pretty exceptional, man, if you don't...

    That's pretty exceptional, man,
    if you don't mind my asking, what were the adjustments you made to food quantity, and food types?
  9. Guess it depends which trainer -- I had an old...

    Guess it depends which trainer -- I had an old set of rollers from the 1980s, and the bike was clamped in. There was always some stiff resistance, it seemed.

    I'm wondering what's a good-feeling...
  10. Yes, an attractive bent riding lady once...

    Yes, an attractive bent riding lady once recommended it, and I thought even harder still about it.
    I don't exactly live in bent-friendly territory though. Surrounded by hills, that hit up to 13%,...
  11. Confessions of a Strava bottom Dweller -- massive rambling ride report with charts n

    Confessions of a Strava bottom Dweller -- massive rambling ride report with charts 'n whatnot, even a couple of pics.

    So if you are semi-retired, a clyde maybe, and have a free monday and a scad...
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    13% body fat ... sounds like you're good to go to...

    13% body fat ... sounds like you're good to go to "Go," without going to jail.
    Just a large muscular guy by the sounds of it. If you play ice hockey well, and don't mind dropping the gloves, we...
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    Nah. I've been in and out, but still posted when...

    Nah. I've been in and out, but still posted when I was 193. this is a brotherhood and sisterhood some of us have been through and sometimes back in and out and in again.

    Thinking a lot about our...
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    A certain amount of truth to that --- when it...

    A certain amount of truth to that --- when it comes to health and climbing hills.

    Somehow I did manage to add a bunch of muscle but I can't blame that on my 3rd or 4th time back in the Clyde...
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    Fun weekend for to find out Pinot is a relative...

    Fun weekend for to find out Pinot is a relative of a relative. (lots of degrees of separation there already) Mum keeps in touch with all the French side of the family. He was not even born yet when I...
  16. New Data on Cycling Anayized by Harvard's Shorenstein Center

    A valuable finding might be the projected decrease in deaths/serious injuries if any of several policy options might be implemented. But a baseline increase if they are not.

    Obviously all very...
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    A few that get into the 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 range....

    A few that get into the 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 range.

    19 is about as much pain as I can take right now, and not for very long at that.
    I am glad these are short climbs, even though I run a 13-29...
  18. All your carbon fibers are belong to us. Thx. ...

    All your carbon fibers are belong to us.
    Thx.

    On a serious note, though, nearly all my CF components reside in the garage, no problem.

    The only thing I would say be wary of with any CF...
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    Recover from a herniated neck; just be well...

    Recover from a herniated neck; just be well enough to ride.

    Maybe invest in a bike with a much taller stem or switch my already high stem to an even taller adjustable.
    Something so I can ride...
  20. Thread: Pub 51

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    Sticky: :thumbs: I wonder how difficult this might become...

    :thumbs: I wonder how difficult this might become for my children's generation - they are constantly responding to stimulation from Facebook etc. Maybe one day in the future there will be a big...
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    YOu can take my spot in the Clydesdale lineup. I...

    YOu can take my spot in the Clydesdale lineup. I got hurt and can't drink alcohol with the medication -- lost 4 lbs just like that, and am down to 195-196.

    Just make sure you get that bike....
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    Interesting link, thanks!

    Interesting link, thanks!
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    Ouch, that's just plain nasty. You really did a...

    Ouch, that's just plain nasty. You really did a job on yourself there.
    With the perspective I have from other sports I do, by comparison, us cyclists are right up there in the top echelon of the...
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    Fubar'd neck. No ride in weeks, could be months...

    Fubar'd neck. No ride in weeks, could be months of rehab.

    THe only cycling I've been doing is cyclobenzaprine and meloxicam, now tramadol. Suckage.
    Hopefully will be able to ride the recumbent...
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    Last year, first ride out with my then-15 yr old...

    Last year, first ride out with my then-15 yr old son, so MTBs instead of road.

    Was having a conversation, and there's this longitudinal seam in the road...you can see next to my foot how the seam...
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