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If you weren't already riding your saddle of choice, I would say it might be a big deal.
Nachoman was excellent.
All it takes is one moment of inattention at the wrong place.
I agree with that. I know myself well enough to be certain that one day I would arrive home and pull into the garage with the bike still on my roof.
I totally agree. Go Slugs!
I see your point. But what if your co-worker responded "sure you can borrow my Ford", then what?
If you've already got an automobile and \ or own a home you've got to read your policy. For example, I've got theft and liability coverage through my homeowners insurance carrier and uninsured...
I'm going to officially vote no.
But right now I'm nursing a cycling injury and really missing the comradery of all my cycling buddies.\
So I see the OP's point.
I normally never count, or even record, trainer miles.
But I'm just bouncing back from a cycling accident and may end up using 'only' my trainer until the new year, so I'm sort of interested in...
Is this really a thing?
Pop tarts would be my guilty pleasure.
Only serious fall I've taken was a month ago.
Currently working on getting back in the saddle.
cheap, light and durable. the holy grail.
Don't these cops have something better to do like locking someone up for smoking a joint?
The only downside is uploading to Strava requires cables to the computer, which I'm usually too lazy to do.
My solution is to just sync it about once a week.
I've got an older Dinotte blinkie that I run on steady "on", and then it gives high intensity blinking.
because muppets are evil. Oh wait . . . never mind.
I've been forced to use the tire bead jack on a few occasions. It works!
More aero. And weighs less. Awesome.
Are you saying you had nothing to drink yet tested positive for alcohol?
lol. Point taken.
As I recall you were docked on Harbor Island. It's going to be hard to beat the beautiful views and the simplicity of starting your rides there. Believe me, I know. I live about three minutes from...