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  1. Thread: 2014 Pie Ride

    by DnvrFox
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    PM sent about new group with some great old 50+...

    PM sent about new group with some great old 50+ folks.
  2. That's a lot of water, which can dilute your...

    That's a lot of water, which can dilute your electrolytes causing hyponatremia with the following symptoms:

    Nausea and vomiting.
    Headache.
    Confusion.
    Loss of energy and fatigue.
    Restlessness...
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    I ride alone because I really like the company! ...

    I ride alone because I really like the company! It is very challenging trying to keep up with me. My paceline never falters or has crashes, and the hand signals I give to my company are always...
  4. Thanks. At 74>75, any progress is a real plus. ...

    Thanks. At 74>75, any progress is a real plus. Going forward measurably, and not backwards. :) I can do single track better now than when I started riding in 1998!
  5. Small (but significant to me) accomplishment

    I have several options for single tracking real close to my home. Today, I chose one about three miles away which eventually follows a pretty steep power line trail. I had not done this for a...
  6. Thread: New and 54 yo

    by DnvrFox
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    Bicycling uses different muscles than walking...

    Bicycling uses different muscles than walking than swimming - or at least uses muscles in different ways.

    For me, walking outdoors is 10x's more fun than on a treadmill - someplace where there is...
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    I believe the challenge of conquering a tricky...

    I believe the challenge of conquering a tricky mtn bike single track, of navigating a road bike around folks on the MUP or cars on the road, learning and doing new resistance exercises (a la TRX) and...
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    I would check with the doc first, and, if...

    I would check with the doc first, and, if allowed, do all the "light walking" I could. We have a fellow on our trail system who walks 8 miles per day, never fails. Heart attack survivor, looks...
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    We have a very busy intersection in the mountains...

    We have a very busy intersection in the mountains leading from Interstate 70 to a nearby town of Frisco and another exit to a hiking trail. There usd to be a stop sign resulting in huge backups from...
  10. L4 - L5 fusion. Back on the mtn bike in 18 days.

    L4 - L5 fusion. Back on the mtn bike in 18 days.
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    We have some "traffic circles" here and I hate...

    We have some "traffic circles" here and I hate them.

    Interestingly, the town removed one a few years back. That was great.
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    Passed by an 85yo on a hybrid

    and, he was wearing non-bicycling shorts with a belt and a polo shirt :eek: And I was on my road bike, all kitted out.

    He stopped at the next rest area where I also stopped. He looked about...
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    No, I am not "there" - probably never will be. ...

    No, I am not "there" - probably never will be. But I do try and have a balanced approach to fitness for my own body. I.e., today 30 minutes of balancing and prescribed stretching, 45 minutes of...
  14. And your next job will be . . . . ?

    And your next job will be . . . . ?
  15. Thread: Milage

    by DnvrFox
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    Range from maybe 25 to 300+ per week. I would...

    Range from maybe 25 to 300+ per week.

    I would guesstimate 100-150/200 miles per week for many folks.
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    Welcome!

    Welcome!
  17. Thanks for the response. I have had TN for...

    Thanks for the response.

    I have had TN for about 12 years. After my microvascular decompression several years back, it stopped, but came back after a few years but showed as ATN. It is generally...
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    And also on the bright side, (and as noted in the...

    And also on the bright side, (and as noted in the link above) USFS permanent passes are available to those of us who made it past 62 for $10. Almost all of our Colorado trails are free, but state...
  19. Are you ever concerned about tire...

    Are you ever concerned about tire life/deterioration which I am reading more about in the literature?
  20. Not to worry - just one of those things one...

    Not to worry - just one of those things one "manages." I am at 100% most of the time, but every now and then - WOW!! 2.5 weeks ago it was HE!! for a bit as the removal of a growth from my lip...
  21. Interesting. I have had two folks PM me about...

    Interesting. I have had two folks PM me about this vicious "rare" condition with which I have been fighting and sort of controlling for about 12 years now, including near-brain surgery for a micro...
  22. Interesting. I have had two folks PM me about...

    Interesting. I have had two folks PM me about this vicious "rare" condition with which I have been fighting and sort of controlling for about 12 years now, including near-brain surgery for a micro...
  23. My company was the defendant in a lawsuit. The...

    My company was the defendant in a lawsuit. The liability insurance paid for the defense attorney' fees - in the tens of thousands of $$. Do you have that kind of $$?
  24. Talk with an attorney and good insurance agent to...

    Talk with an attorney and good insurance agent to find out the coverage you will need. As a former business owner, I would not be without it. Waivers generally are not worth the paper they are...
  25. Anone else here riding with trigeminal neuralgia?

    If so, how about a PM?
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