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    Kudos for getting back on bicycles, regardless of...

    Kudos for getting back on bicycles, regardless of the brand, or cost of the one you ride. And, welcome to the 50+ Forum, too. Lots of us are returnees after health issues, of varying types, you'll...
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    I doubt that, we have several regulars that still...

    I doubt that, we have several regulars that still use toe clips and straps here, I do ride SPD-SL now, but I am planning a future C&V build and quill pedals and clips will be on board. Some have had...
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    That would give me even more respect for the hand...

    That would give me even more respect for the hand cyclist that the Wounded Warrior Project has worked with. Watched some of the last Para-Olympics events with these athletes. Fantastic people with...
  4. Thread: Guiding

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    What Rowan said, X1000. Not only the liability,...

    What Rowan said, X1000. Not only the liability, but dealing with government permitting and license requirements, would be major. I'd see if a local university's business school has some business...
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    Robbie, I think that some people have come to...

    Robbie,
    I think that some people have come to think that its easy to see of they can't get a partial refund, or a credit, because of ebay's "buyer first" policies. They feel that its no loss to them...
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    And in this case, brothers and sisters possibly....

    And in this case, brothers and sisters possibly.

    Bill
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    So far, as of yesterday, I am at > 3,900 miles...

    So far, as of yesterday, I am at > 3,900 miles this year. Its just a bit behind last year at the same point, but I have no complaints. Its been the amount of summer pop-up thunderstorms that have cut...
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    I have an idea of exactly what to use for the...

    I have an idea of exactly what to use for the fork, stem and bars, I need to research the shifters more since its an 8 speed right now, uses a SRAM mountain bike group. But it has twist shifters,...
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    We rode together for several years, Monica has a...

    We rode together for several years, Monica has a century to her credit, she helped a woman that was new to cycling make it the entire distance when she wanted to pack it in at 85 miles. Now she has a...
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    Thanks for the pics, glad that your visit was...

    Thanks for the pics, glad that your visit was enjoyable, and you got some rides. That tug would be something I'd love to visit, and see, our Greatest Generation is an understatement, thankfully.
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  11. Thread: Tough Tires

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    Glad that you made it past this one, Tim, and...

    Glad that you made it past this one, Tim, and didn't get pranged. I have heard that the Armadillos are good tires, looks like you have proved that one. How many miles on the set?

    Bill
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    Guys, I appreciate that, very much, but it was a...

    Guys, I appreciate that, very much, but it was a shortened stint, I developed asthma and was shown the door, nicely and honorably. It was a peaceful period, thankfully. Just tell someone that had to...
  13. Nice looking score there, Dsonyay, you stole a...

    Nice looking score there, Dsonyay, you stole a great ride, at that price. Well done, sir, very well done. And, welcome to the 50+ Forum, sorry for being late on that.

    Bill
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    One thing about a big meal, its what you eat, not...

    One thing about a big meal, its what you eat, not how much you eat that can make the difference. But, if it does not work for you, than its a definite "not do", all of us have different needs,...
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    I'd agree with those that said you are running...

    I'd agree with those that said you are running out of calories. From what you listed as your breakfast, and what you consumed on your ride, I'd think that its just your fuel is running out. I never...
  16. Not an average speed, but Cavendish posted some...

    Not an average speed, but Cavendish posted some pics of his power meter head screen yesterday, during the descent from Col de Tourmalet, it was 101+kph. that's 62+ mph on the descent and he wasn't...
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    No meds here, as of yet, but the neurologist...

    No meds here, as of yet, but the neurologist tells me he expects me to need something by next May, or so. The PD shuffle is what he is using as a gauge for my progression. I'll deal with whatever I...
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    Welcome to the 50+ asylum, we don't much care...

    Welcome to the 50+ asylum, we don't much care what you wear, or ride for that matter. Most of us are returnees, in one form or another, just get out and ride, it will be well worth all your efforts....
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    Old Coach, It will depend on your progression of...

    Old Coach,
    It will depend on your progression of the PD, and your own desire to continue riding. Most of the current reading I have done shows that activity can possibly slow the progression of the...
  20. http://www.bikeforums.net/road-cycling/200479-we-r...

    http://www.bikeforums.net/road-cycling/200479-we-re-going-yell-you.html, probably more like this kind

    Bill
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    An 11 EEEE foot here, I could get them built at Austal Shipyard, I suppose. I am a fan of the Sidi "Mega-" width sizing shoes. Sidi are pricey, but watch for the frequent sales on-line, if your LBS...
  22. A belated Happy Birthday, OTG, glad that you are...

    A belated Happy Birthday, OTG, glad that you are getting back out fairly quickly. Take care not to overdo the riding, though. Prayers for a complete and total recovery, and keep up those good paces....
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    The biggest risk is that things aren't healed up...

    The biggest risk is that things aren't healed up enough to take extra load, and too many get overly aggressive when they get outside. I'd ask the doctor, and your PT therapist when they think going...
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    Roger, Thanks for the ID, I have heard of him,...

    Roger,
    Thanks for the ID, I have heard of him, just never saw a picture of one of his bikes before. I **** the build, and the adapter for the kid as stoker, as fast as they grow, your projection may...
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    An adapter kit for letting a child be the stoker....

    An adapter kit for letting a child be the stoker. Seen and installed a few for people back in the day. I think they had just come out, or at least they were new to me. I think they are a great idea,...
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