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Old 06-13-24, 07:04 PM
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It had been a while since I rode to work, so I did it yesterday. I'm not sure why, but I've gotten stronger on the bike. I might have made record time, and that's with a heavy crosswind that felt like a headwind. I still need to work on flexibility. I'm 63, and once I'm on the bike, I'm fine, but it's getting hard to mount and dismount.

Rat count: 1 dead

The weather has been glorious for two weeks. Very unusual for around here.

There was a cargo barge mostly across the Hudson River which is over a mile wide. I feel lucky to have such grand scenery on my commute. That is either Cliffside Park or Edgewater, New Jersey on the other side.


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I got smacked by a car yesterday on my short commute to work after she blew a stop light. I'm injury free, must be all the milk I drink I suppose. I wasn't at all surprised that it was a Prius.
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[MENTION=579370]Rob Reynolds[/MENTION], that sucks. Did the driver learn anything?
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[MENTION=579370]Rob Reynolds[/MENTION], that sucks. Did the driver learn anything?
Eh he was taught a lesson but I can’t confirm if he learned anything 🤷. It made me like my bike more though now that we’ve already been through some s*** together haha.
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Hey everyone, I'm back, for today anyway. It's a beautiful day in Edmonton, the Oilers are only two wins away from winning the Stanley Cup and becoming the first team in over 75 years to come back from a 3-0 deficit to do it! I know, many of you probably don't care about hockey...truth be told, I don't either, but when it's the home team...



Nice commute this morning. Over the past few years, I haven't been able to take my usual route due to a couple major construction projects, but they're largely finished now (only two years behind schedule!) so I took the usual route for the first time in a while. Going home I'll probably still take an alternate route.

Have a great weekend, everyone. I'll hopefully drop in here later next week.
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Consecutive bicycle work commute number 1917:

Rain, rain, rain. That pretty much sums things up the last few months. We've had the 2nd wettest spring ever recorded (March 19 - June 19) in our city, with 15.02 inches of rain falling. 2019 was a wetter spring by .25 inch. The big difference in 2019 was most of the rain came in a few huge events, where this year it's been day after day of mostly lighter rains. In the three month span we've had 5 days with no measurable rainfall.

Yesterday (June 20th) was the first day of summer. It rained all day and night. I've heard reports of total rain amounts of 5"-8" that have fallen in the last 24 hours, with up to 4" more expected in the next 24 hours. My sump pump, which rarely ever runs, started running during the night. I would hear it about every seven minutes. I'm assuming that frequency will increase as we receive more rain and the water saturated ground seeps into my drain tile.

This morning it was still raining (what a surprise.) Once I came down the big hill from my neighborhood I started to see the flooding. I rode past some barricades blocking entrance to the park where I get on the MUP. About a hundred yards in water made the road impassable. I made the dubious decision to carry my bike around the flooding via a railroad trestle, then got on the MUP at a higher point where there wasn't any standing water.

I made it about 1/4 mile and encountered more and more flooding. I would ride through some grassy areas to avoid the water and get back on the MUP. However, I knew there was a low area approaching that wouldn't have any way around the flood waters. I decided I would have to take an upcoming bridge across the river which would take me in the wrong direction, but at least from there I could get on unflooded roads.

When I reached the bridge, the water was about a foot below the surface, and rising. Workers were in the process of putting up signs to close it down. Knowing that to backtrack the way I came would mean a lot of extra miles, I asked a worker if I could quick cross the bridge. He said "Go ahead, but don't plan on using this bridge later today." I rode across and got out of the way of the workers. On the other side of the bridge was a parking lot that was under water. I had no real choice but to go through it, so my shoes got soaked.

I weaved my way through some residential streets and got back on the MUP about a mile further down. I discovered more flooding, and kept turning around and trying different routes. Eventually I made it to work, about a half an hour later than I originally planned.

One interesting thing was I saw a deer on the MUP just standing there. As I approached it walked to the side, but never took off running. I passed by within 15 feet and it just stared at me. I think it was stunned from all the flooding and not sure what to do.











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I guess the drought is over?
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Originally Posted by groovestew
I guess the drought is over?
For our area of the state, yes. The central part of the state has received only 40% of their normal precipitation, and they went into the year way, way behind. So there are areas that are still suffering.
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So far this month I have ridden 3 times. (less than I would like) but still 104 miles. I hope to get some more riding done next week. I want to ride more than May 154. I am back at the same building that I worked to get good bike commuting facilities which is nice. WHen i was originally in the building I was much younger but doing 100-120 a week) Work is terrible I mean absolutely horrible. I need to ride more to maintain sanity. I have had to drive a lot because I am working so many hours and need to get home quicker. In the background of all this is that my employer wants to move everything from my city to another city over 1 hour 15-20 minutes away. I am pretty sure the I do not want the job enough to drive for 3 hours 3 days a week.

Kind of just sucks all the way around but the rides have been nice for the most part so far.
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Good morning, I had to drop my car off to the mechanic this morning so I took my bike with me (top down in the VW beetle) and rode to the train station from there. All went well, especially since I pedaled slow and was able to change my clothes in the bathroom at the train station with plenty of time to spare. Got into my office on time for my new schedule that allows me to take an earlier train home in the afternoon. I had been working up the nerve to ask my boss about this for some time but I finally did and it was no big deal since I get in a half hour early and can take a shorter lunch break. There's others in the office that stay until closing time so it should work out. My boys are getting more independent and have walked home from the bus stop a few times now so I'm optimistic that I can let them do that next school year and I get home 30 minutes later.
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Just checking in. I'm resolved to ride on Thursday and now that I've written it here I have to
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debating riding tomorrow even though it is supposed to be 97F
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Just do it. Ride home yesterday started officially at 99F, but in the shade it was closer to 96. So I took it easy, and was barely dripping when I got home 12 miles later. 5:00 shadows beat the heck out of noon time sun!

This morning I decided to try an alternate route. Riding an access road, then a four lane with well-gravelled shoulders for 5 miles. (There's a quarry entrance halfway through.) Road noise was a bit irritating, which is one reason I usually don't take that route. But I couldn't decided whether to cheer or boo when a red light caught me. On the "boo" side, it was more time for the temperature to kick up higher than 80F, and there was the road noise. On the "cheer" side, the light's in the shade of an overpass. If only I could take the overpass to work with me.
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Consecutive bicycle work commute number 1921:

What a week it's been! After I posted the flooding pictures on Friday morning, it rained more. A lot more. For the next 24 hours. The flooding got even worse. My rain gauge at home says we recorded a total of 23" from 6/15 through 6/22, with 15" of that falling in the final 48 hours.

I live on top of a big hill, so my house is safe. Other than my two sump pumps running about every 30 seconds (which normally don't run at all) I have suffered no ill effects. I'm glad I got a new roof last November, as I probably would have had some leaking with the old roof. My yard is like walking across a wet sponge. But my home is OK, which is more than I can say for a lot of people in our region.

Many people in SE South Dakota, SW Minnesota and NW Iowa have lost everything. It's tragic. My heart goes out to those folks, as I can't imagine watching everything you own get destroyed. Yeah, it's just material possessions which technically can be replaced. But saying that doesn't make it any easier for those watching their memories float away.

Back to bicycle commuting, a week later a good portion the MUP is still underwater. I've been having to ride most of the way on the street, which is actually a longer route. The MUP I ride cuts through a section of town that has no nearby through streets. In addition to not having to fight traffic and being more scenic, the MUP actually shortens my commute. My ride to our office is normally about 8 miles, with 2.5 of them being on-street. This morning to ride through town I had to go about 9.5 miles.

The river is starting to go down now. I'm guessing that maybe tomorrow the MUP will open back up. If not tomorrow, for sure on Monday. Then I'll just have to deal with all the mud left on the trail from the flooding.

Oh yeah, it's supposed to rain some today. Yay.
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It seems I've been commuting by bike about once a week lately, and that's not bad. It's a long and stressful ride so trying to do it more than twice a week is probably not a good idea. This week, I rode on Tuesday. It was a hot day, and I survive hot days better than some people, but it did take a toll from my energy level.

Rat count: zero!

I had a crosswind going both ways, though going home it was slightly more of a headwind. I notice I am more tolerant of headwinds in recent years. I started commuting on this route years ago, and it used to be tough for me.

After I got off work at about 2:30pm, I decided to have a restful break at the public library across the street. I did that and then headed on foot down to a take-out place to get a between-lunch-and-dinner snack. I don't have a lunch break at work. I noticed that my bike, parked in front of the library, had a flat rear tire. I came back with my snack and ate it while working on my tire. Lucky there are benches in front of the library which make the job less onerous. I changed the tube and noticed that the cause seemed to be that the rim strip had shifted and exposed one of the spoke holes. I need a wider rim strip.

A couple of miles after I was on the way home, I noticed my rear tire had lost almost all of its pressure. Jeez, I rarely get two in a day. I wondered if pumping it every couple of miles would be a decent compromise of a way to get home. I stopped and pumped a bit and then continued. Nope, I lost air too fast, and it was tricky to control the bike going down the one steep hill on the route. I stopped where there were several picnic benches. This is at the site of the Little Red Lighthouse right under the George Washington Bridge. I took everything apart and started to patch one of my tubes. I got into a conversation with a man taking a rest on his bike ride. We enjoyed that. I think he's retired. We talked a little about bike mechanics. He told me he was a welder and had done some work on that bridge. I was impressed. We were almost exactly under the bridge which happens to be the busiest bridge in the world!

After patching the tube and pumping a little air in, I saw it was still not holding air. I figured there was another puncture I didn't spot. But finding it was very tricky. I didn't have a way to submerge the tube in water. Putting the tube near my face so I could listen and feel for the air stream was pretty useless because it was a breezy day, and the noise from the bridge above us covered any such useful sounds.

So I had two tubes that didn't hold air, no ways to find the punctures, and I was in a park where it was a mile or two walk to a subway station. And I really dislike bringing my bike on the subway. It was a viable option, but it's just annoying to do.

I decided to take my chances and put the freshly patched tube back in. I said goodbye to my newfound friend and pushed off. What do you know! It held air. I'm not sure what happened but maybe the air was leaking out of the tube-to-pump connection when I observed it losing pressure.

It gets me thinking, I should carry two spare tubes. The "cost" of doing so is quite small, so I'm considering it strongly.

And now I'm utterly convinced that a screw-on hose for a presta valve is a deeply flawed idea. I think I will pass this pump along. I had to tighten the valve core again, but it just doesn't seem trustworthy.

Yesterday (Wednesday) was my last day on the job. I was an assistant teacher of English to the school's entire 4th grade, about 80 students. It is their last year in the school, and they move on to middle school from there. This was the first time in most of their lives where they finished a school and had to move on, so there was a lot of crying. I absolutely fell in love with all of them, and this was MY first time going from the first day of school through to the last one. Teachers see hundreds or thousands of students come and go, and I knew there would be emotions in this cycle. I told the kids that they had grown up admirably and that I would remember them and miss them. It's all true.

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I've been carrying two spare tubes for a couple of years. Summer is goathead season here. And trim the mesquite thorns into the bike lane season..
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Tundra_Man : Coincidentally, my brother (from Oklahoma) and family were driving up to Edmonton last week via Sioux Falls, and had to take a 50 mile detour to get around the flooding.

Darth Lefty : Did you ride yesterday?

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And now I'm utterly convinced that a screw-on hose for a presta valve is a deeply flawed idea.
In my humble opinion, the bigger flaw is the screw-in core, not the screw-on pump hose. I detest compression-fit Presta pumps on my high-pressure tires because they always pop off. Give me a screw-on pump any day, but I will never again buy a tube with a screw-in core.

Lovely morning for a commute under sunny skies and no wind. Only about 10C/50F, but that's just about perfect for a morning bike ride. Some damp spots from yesterday's rain, but not a big deal.

Have a great weekend everyone. I'll see you next week.
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Back to commuting after brief illness, weather was very nice, but super humid of course. At least it wasn't 95°F, wind straight into my face on ride home. Made an error with cassette locknut, had to use the 11T locknut, now bike is dialed in with 11-34 cassette. Really helps the steep hills, take pressure off the knees. Used to have a 12-30 cassette.
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Nice commute this morning on my Terry "Susan B." new to me bike. However, Strava decided that I was going 35 mph and that I spent a portion of it in the Delaware River. It did get the mileage right, though, but it was nowhere near a 6 minute ride, more like 15-20.
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I'm very sorry to hear of the devastation in your area.
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Hi 80s, humidity in the hi 30%s. What we call "muggy" around here. Predicted to be around 110 for my ride back.
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I rode to my doctor's office and back. I yelled at an Uber driver for cutting across the bike lane in front of me. He pulled out of a parking spot, crossed the bike lane and then sat in it. We got into a senseless yelling match. He gave a whole lot of made-up crap, like the roads are made for motor vehicles. I feel like I should be carrying the vehicle code with me, the part that addresses that kind of nonsense. But really, what I need to do is give up my urge to be right. There's no use.
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Another lovely morning for a bike commute, about 20C/68F. We're heading into our annual two weeks of summer here in Edmonton, so I'm going to try riding to work as much as possible.

Riding up out of a ravine this morning, I stopped to clear some big sticks off the downhill lane. I could picture myself hitting them this afternoon with disastrous results, and didn't want what I was imagining to happen to anyone else.

Have a great weekend everyone. I'm guessing a lot of people are off today because of some holiday yesterday? I think I saw a documentary about it some time ago where Will Smith blew up some aliens or something.
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Hi folks;

I haven't posted here for many years; took about 4 yrs off from commuting during and after covid, among other things. I have been back to riding 2/wk since May (our new office policy). Have been trying to arrange my office days around when the weather forecast suggests I won't need fenders. Supposed to hit 97 today but I don't mind that.

Getting back in the game I have mostly been taking a low impact route, some short detours that reduce some traffic and maybe some hills, but no 15-30 mile add-on loops. After a couple months I am back to riding through traffic circles rather than taking the offramps and crosswalks, so that is some progress.

One other thing, I got hit pretty hard by a car in 2012, and finalized my insurance claim on that in 2014 or 2015, but just last year found that I had some lingering and irreparable nerve damage that I can't think of where it could have come from except that collision (I had diagnosed and repairable damage to one big nerve branch, and this newly discovered damage comes off that same branch). Since it is irreparable there is nothing I can really do unfortunately so no real extra treatment to hypothetically add to that closed insurance claim, but I could have possibly checked myself out more thoroughly than I did before finalizing it, got some extra therapy or whatever.
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