Is English your second language?:)
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Is English your second language?:)
Well, presumably the vehicle would be travelling too fast for the dog to grab you, but when a dog is chasing along the ground, the water bottle squirt is a good start toward fending it off.
Delta, this is what has worked for me in terms of nutrition
EATING FOR A CENTURY RIDE
2 DAYS BEFORE
LOAD UP ON CARBS: MEALS INCLUDING PASTAS, WHOLE GRAIN CEREALS, OAT BRAN, COUSCOUS, BROWN...
Beautiful, but what are the frame sizes as conventionally measured from top of seat tube to center of bottom bracket?
Do you really have a pet Australian?:)
a) I thought it inadvisable to let a dog have its head out of a car window at speed in case some flying object, like an insect or gravel should hit it in the eye. Isn't that commonsense?
Beautiful country, beautiful pictures. Thank you.
p.s. I don't mean to be personal, but why is your companion covering her mouth and nose. Is there air pollution up there?
You really are a tough ol' git aren't you Stap!
The fact that the younger guys missed a turn smacks of the tortoise and the hare!
Happy, Healthy and Safe New year!
It really is a beautiful ride - quiet, comfortable, so I'm really pleased by the way it turned out. I made one mistake in the renovation because of a miscommunication: I kept the cable stop on the...
Bill, your wish is my command:)
The three lives of a 1957 Maclean
Original black with gold lining and FG; 1960s red with Campag/TA/Cinelli/Weinmann after a crash and...
Sorry if I posted this before - I am 73, after all!
This is my first "real" bike - a Maclean Featherweight Eclipse in 1957 - before I could afford to put gears on it. Once I had Campag gears, I...
My last ride of the year today- a leisurely 30 miles on fixed gear for an annual total of 4,900, 2500 of which on our tandem. Too embarrassed to show feet of climbing:)
You would be very welcome to join us!
At age 73, I've recently taken my Bianchi Pista off the wall, where it has been hanging for a long time, and done two 25 mile rides on 48X18 or 69 gear inches, which is the gearing I used to use...
Try pactimo.com, specifically the Palisade jacket http://shop.pactimo.com/mens-cycling-outerwear/ Their stuff is good and reasonably priced.
Oh, I'm not saying snow is not beautiful - it is, but I wouldn't swap it for what I have now.
Flashers? Most people around here think they are for driving in heavy rain, it seems. The last thing they think of is to use flashers in an emergency, when they don't even know how to use a turn...
Very pretty..... until the thaw! I worked in the USSR for years and saw enough snow to last me a lifetime. It's a balmy 82F here today.
35385735385873 this weekend and still riding a Bianchi Pista fixie occasionally. I began riding fixie in 1957 on my handbuilt Maclean - no Lycra then!
Bill, I obviously have not spent enough time in the forum to get to know you and to know about your suffering for which I am very sympathetic, and pleased you have pulled through.
I'm sure Bill is a great guy, but I object to what I see as "I'm holier than thou" pronouncements on a biking forum. Now that I know that I can omit tag lines, I'll do that.
This would be mine, if...
"Achtung" is the normal German expression for "watch out" or "pay attention," so your response was totally out of line and offensive as it had Nazi connotations.
"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Philippians 4:13"
I find this really irritating. Is it really necessary? After all this is a biking, not a religious forum, so I don't...