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I just picked up an old piece of junk bike that looks like it is in similar condition. And I spent $60.00 on new tubes, tires and tire liners and it's not close yet to being road worthy.
Courtesy hot. because of your debilitated condition.
Sometimes hamstring issues can be a manifestation of back problems too. I'd throw in some back stretches also, as long as you're working on the hammies.
I have faith that you'll be inflicting pain on the young guys again soon enough.
I like it too. Keep posting.
Two generations of Road Tire in this thread. Nice.
It's unclear how often you bang out 80 mile rides. The details of your daily commute is also unclear. But you sound like a serious cyclist that deserves a better bike.
With a sore throat, head cold and general sick and run down feeling, I worked all day yesterday, had a evening meeting until 8:00 p.m., got up and pedaled 30 miles at 6:30 a.m. this morning and now...
My mechanic, who is a good friend and usually very diligent, failed to properly tighten my handlebars after a repair, and I had to ream him a new *******. [weird that you can say hole of the ass, but...
That's cheating. I just ask a cat1 buddy of mine to ride around with my garmin.
We'll require better proof next time. Sworn affidavits, depositions, you know the drill.
I'd rather ride in the rain than the wind.
Neither, either or both. It's all good.
That's my view on almost almost everything. Once you amortize it out, the up front cost becomes much less relevant.
I still think he is innocent and would like to engage you in a debate on the subject.
How long is the attention span of a gnat?
I measure wall to back of saddle, back of saddle to mid handlebar, back of saddle to crank bolt and mid saddle to crank bolt. Then when I change saddles, I wing it with these numbers.
FYI, that would prevent me from responding 99% of the time. The most I'll do is skim.
Good luck on the recovery.
After you beat him, then he'll just accuse you of being bulimic.
You mean the one with all the constructive cycling advice?
For my longer rides I make a conscious effort to wiggle my toes around at least once or twice an hour otherwise I sometimes experience the same thing.