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Old 01-06-07, 09:10 PM   #1
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The Highlight thread

What was the highlight of you ride, or maybe even just the highlight of your day?



Today for me it was completing a ride that I did before in over 4 hours, today I extended it a bit and finished in the same ride time.
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Old 01-06-07, 09:20 PM   #2
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My highlight would be meeting IamTim, getting together for a ride. Turned out to be a "Golden" guy!
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Old 01-06-07, 09:29 PM   #3
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Mine is without a doubt was my first century
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On my TnT ride, one of the pace group leaders was pushing the pace and my group had it's best ride yet. We stayed in pacelines, had very few gaps, and we were hammering, regularly staying over 20mph.

We also rode La Tuna Canyon for my first time ever. To be honest, I was a little disappointed, I was expecting more of a climb. The lack of pain on that stretch was also a highlight.

All in all, great day on the bike!
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Not crashing.
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No riding today, but the highlight of my day was being able to drive, wash the dishes, and do more of the everyday activities I haven't been able to do since I crashed and my right arm has been in a sling for the better part of 2 weeks. My right shoulder still feels very sore/stiff and my range of motion/arm strength is limited, but progress is progress.
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Not crashing.
Hey...you stole my line! Really...considering I went down two weekends in a row it was truly nice to stay upright today.
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Watching arm wrestling at Los Primos, and the after effect.
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Watching arm wrestling at Los Primos, and the after effect.
Oh man, I hate it when I have to leave early! I wanna hear about it!
It was nice to meet you today, magicant.
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Watching arm wrestling at Los Primos, and the after effect.
The after effect was hilarious...but don't forget who won!
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The after effect was hilarious...but don't forget who won!

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Watching arm wrestling at Los Primos, and the after effect.
+1

We'll let M.E. share the details.
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The after effect was hilarious...but don't forget who won!
You only won because I pulled my nipple and you know it. And before anyone gets all bent out of shape about this post, I really did pull my nipple and I'm sure there is a medical term for it!
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You only won because I pulled my nipple and you know it. And before anyone gets all bent out of shape about this post, I really did pull my nipple and I'm sure there is a medical term for it!

Nipples are allowed as a high light, its all good. Do you have pictures?
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I pulled my nipple
This is getting good
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Forget the nipples...

I won!!
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We watched the weather report on tv.
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How in the heck did you "pull your nipple"???
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How in the heck did you "pull your nipple"???
She probably saw it in some sort of video.
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I really did pull my nipple and I'm sure there is a medical term for it!
http://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/cy...eastinjury.htm
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You only won because I pulled my nipple and you know it. And before anyone gets all bent out of shape about this post, I really did pull my nipple and I'm sure there is a medical term for it!
I'm sure that one can pull their own nipple if they want, but generally some else does it for you. In any case pulling it in the middle of an arm wrestling match seems like odd timing
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Nah that can't be it. Nothing there about arm wrestling.
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How about this? From obgyn.net

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Q: For the past 2 weeks my left breast really aches. It is more toward my armpit and the pain seems to be more underneath the breast tissue. It does not hurt to touch but it hurts when I breath or move in certain directions. I have sustained no injury to my ribs so I really don't know what the deal is. I never have achy breasts before my period. What can this be?

A: Pain that is elicited with movement may be due to injury or strain to underlying muscles, ribs, cartilage, or connective tissue, as you suspect. If you have recently been moving heavy things, been picking up a child frequently, been exercising heavily (especially upper body), or have been performing other activities that may contribute to strain, it may be the cause. If the pain persists, or if you develop additional symptoms, have your doctor check for causes related to lung, chest, breast, etc.
Just trying to help m.e. prove she's not crazy.
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Ooooohhhh that kind of pull? Like a muscle strain??? I was thinking pulled, like between thumb and forefinger.

I'm sorry m.e., but...
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