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    Re: the noise issue - What about making green...

    Re: the noise issue - What about making green smoothies and taking those to work with you, assuming you can stash them in the fridge until you want them. Using a Magic Bullet or something similar is...
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    I've actually been wondering if at least some...

    I've actually been wondering if at least some "road rules" issues are related to this. At least in my city, I think a large portion of young cyclists simply don't know the rules of the road and the...
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    Pretty sure that you need to start with the...

    Pretty sure that you need to start with the student visa. Pretty standard practice, from what I understand, is to apply for a tourist extension when the student visa is about to expire, which is...
  4. They do still make the Light Flyer. I have one...

    They do still make the Light Flyer. I have one too. It rocks.
  5. Great! I'm really looking forward to it.

    Great! I'm really looking forward to it.
  6. Thanks so much! And yes, with the Fraser...

    Thanks so much!

    And yes, with the Fraser Canyon I'm thinking about Hope to Kamloops, or thereabouts, though I understand the scenery will drop off a bit at about Boston Bar and become ranch land. ...
  7. Vancouver Island Routing Help - Nanaimo, Campbell River, Gabriola, S. Spring

    Hello all,

    Will be coming out West later this summer, and hoping for some routing advice that will see me from Nanaimo to Campbell river, and also out to Gabriola and Salt Spring. Then either back...
  8. Thanks all, I'm definitely weighing everyone's...

    Thanks all, I'm definitely weighing everyone's advice and working on getting things better day by day.

    BUT I really don't think what I'm eating is "starving" myself. I'm a woman, and 1450 calories...
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    I'd had success with Lose It, but downloaded this...

    I'd had success with Lose It, but downloaded this last night, and I think I already prefer it. The ability to track water intake alone may be enough for me to switch. The food database also seems...
  10. Yes - I agree. It's something I really struggle...

    Yes - I agree. It's something I really struggle with as a vegetarian, and particularly now that I'm counting calories. I'd welcome whatever dairy and animal free suggestions people have. I'm going to...
  11. Haven't really made a drastic change, I'd been...

    Haven't really made a drastic change, I'd been vegetarian for a long while before my brief paleo fling. I've always eaten mostly healthy as well, just over the last few years with inactivity and the...
  12. Yesterday: Breakfast:1/2 cup gluten free...

    Yesterday:

    Breakfast:1/2 cup gluten free oatmeal, 4oz almond milk, 1 tablespoon honey, 1/8 cup dried cranberries, 1 tablespoon chia seeds, 1 tablespoon flax
    Lunch:1/2 cup black beans, 4 egg...
  13. My diet when I gained the weight was all over the...

    My diet when I gained the weight was all over the place. I was having some health issues and not working out much or riding, and yet I continued to eat like things were normal. One of my health...
  14. I do have a tracking app, and I use it. More...

    I do have a tracking app, and I use it.

    More protein in the morning - yes, I will get on that.

    Hmmmm ... lifting won't make me lose fat, correct, but having a higher lean muscle mass should...
  15. Thanks. I do have a tracking app on my phone...

    Thanks.

    I do have a tracking app on my phone that I use, which is how I can track my macronutrient breakdowns. I think my diet is generally pretty good, but I'm not getting the results I want so...
  16. Help getting back on track with nutrition and weight loss

    Hi all ...

    I've read a lot of the threads here, and you all seem quite knowledgable and helpful, so I thought I'd post here too. I'm looking for whatever advise and help you can provide, but also...
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    I'm strapped for time too, and what I do is cook...

    I'm strapped for time too, and what I do is cook large amounts two nights a week (usually the weekends) and these serve as either dinners or lunches for most of the rest of the week. I'll make a big...
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    I might also add that there don't seem to be a...

    I might also add that there don't seem to be a lot of vegetables in your diet. In addition to providing you with all sorts of nutritional benefit (vitamins, minerals etc), veggies are great at...
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    Kona Major One?
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    In Toronto I'd try Paul at Blacksmith ($80 for a...

    In Toronto I'd try Paul at Blacksmith ($80 for a basic fit, if I recall) or La Biciletta if you're going to pay for a real fit (which is money well spent imho). Duke's apparently does a good job as...
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    As a second option if you've not done any long...

    As a second option if you've not done any long rides before, the ride out to Oakville and back is something like 80km and is pretty nice.
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    Specialized makes some very good women's saddles....

    Specialized makes some very good women's saddles. I use the Ruby, which is the female version of the Toupe. They've got lots of models to pick from, and a Specialized dealer may have loaner ones...
  24. FYI, if / when she goes over to a chamois-type...

    FYI, if / when she goes over to a chamois-type bottom, you might want to start with a short / knicker rather than a bib. For bathroom breaks, bibs are a real hassle for us ladies, and I only wear...
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    Excellent, thanks!

    Excellent, thanks!
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