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Old 12-24-09, 01:56 PM
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No ride since 12/6 due to weather and probably last ride for '09. I am tempted to ride on ice and snow but the better part of me say's NO.
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Thursday 12/24/09 Yes

Perfect day to ride , low 70s when I left and mid 70s when I got back. Very windy day today ESE wind at 17 mph.


1 Gopher Tortoises today

WV vs Florida State @ the Gator Bowl. Bowdens last defeat...January 1, 2010

27.50 (s)miles today
457.59 (s)miles this month
6750.73 (s)miles this year
15 ride day(s) this month (Dec.)
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Great temperature this morning with a pretty stiff wind. It was just cool enough to wear bibs, but warm enough to wear a short sleeve jersey. I rode over to check on a renter and then straight into the wind for about 10 miles and then a nice tailwind on the way home. Pulled in the driveway and exactly 30 miles.
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Old 12-24-09, 07:50 PM
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Ten miles on the road late this Xmas Eve afternoon - one 25mph burst is much more satisfying than 30 minutes on the trainer.
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Does Santa fail to ride on Xmas eve? Go Rudolph!

Today was a 9.05 mile effort on a route similar to yesterday’s ride. The object today was to avoid my 15 mile route and all of the associated shopping venues along the way.

As I started the ride it was 43 F a couple of degrees cooler than yesterday’s testing opportunity. The lower temp allowed me to test another article of clothing I have been looking forward to testing on the bike, there is a limit to what I can learn on dog walks.

Actually two articles of clothing were being ride tested today. After slipping on a pair of riding shorts, over the calf socks followed and were covered with my normal riding socks. These were followed with the warm up pants a fellow in the Commuting Forum had suggested. The results?

Awesome. No slipping around on the saddle as on Tuesday, and no binding of fabric layers. In fact, at points I actually felt a little too warm. It is suspected that this is due to brilliant sun that offset the slightly cooler temp compared to yesterday. I think this kit will work down to 40 F without complaint. On Saturday we will see.

Tomorrow is dedicated to Holiday activities. On Saturday, I risk joining the Christmas Bike folks at Salem Lake, and will make a point of avoiding their wheel tracks in the snow, ice, or mud.

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Miles Today: 9.05
Weeks Miles: 25.91
Months Miles: 43.49
Year Since June: 1050.63
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No harm no fowl Wrafl!

I am in NC and beside myself trying to figure out how to deal with the "cold", here in NC that is anything below 45 F. Don't laugh, our blood is thinner here! So, considering what you guys are dealing with in Chicago, listening to the better part of yourself is a good idea.

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Old 12-24-09, 10:44 PM
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Originally Posted by kjc9640
[INDENTThursday 12/24/09 Yes

Perfect day to ride , low 70s when I left and mid 70s when I got back. Very windy day today ESE wind at 17 mph.....
Agreed! Started at 31* with 10-12mph winds from the south and "scattered drizzle", and ended with 36* and 4-6mph wind and very few idiots in cages driving home at 2:00pm. Wow, the world would really be a great place if half the cars on the road just suddenly "evaporated".........

I don't really care about the temperature, ice, snow, or rain, but the fewer car on the road the better!!!
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Old 12-25-09, 02:40 PM
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Friday - Christmas Day 12/25/09 Yes

Weather forecast called for rain most of the day but Slo Spoke Tina and I still managed to get in 19 miles, low 70s when I left and mid 70s when I got back. Very windy and rainy today SSW wind at 17 mph.

Slo Spoke Tina passed the 4,000 mile mark for the year today. Her goal was 3,500. Good for her

3 Gopher Tortoises today
1 regular land tortois

WV vs Florida State @ the Gator Bowl. Bowdens last defeat...January 1, 2010

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476.62 (s)miles this month
6769.76 (s)miles this year
16 ride day(s) this month (Dec.)
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Old 12-26-09, 08:11 PM
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A VERY NICE ride late this afternoon!

A Very Nice Ride!

Suddenly, at 3 PM I realized there was no time left for the trip to Salem Lake planned for today. After the Christmas Day respite, I felt rested and fluid through out the 10.16 miles Salem Lake tomorrow for sure!

Confident in the results of testing my cold weather riding gear I was flexible in adjusting for heavier than expected cloud cover while avoiding overheating.

Tomorrow the temperature is expected to approach 50F, but the 7 miles around the lake are certainly going to be a good bit cooler and shaded from the sunlight. I will be prepared with an extra layer of top cover as well as a somewhat heavier jacket with pit and back vents.

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Miles Today: 10.16
Weeks Miles: 35.35
Months Miles: 43.95
Year Since June: 1060.79
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Old 12-27-09, 12:57 AM
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Hi, again, everyone. I have been mostly gone from BF due to computer issues and holidays. I've been getting in about 2 rides a week. A larger-than-expected group showed up this morning for an off-schedule ride on a chilly day. We did only about 26 miles with a coffee stop in the middle, but it felt good to get out.

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I did a club century yesterday. Started out with a huge group but some turned back early, some got lost, and some got dropped. Only about 4200 feet of climbing and I felt pretty good, which is when I tend to hammer myself into exhaustion. Taking the week off work and might do another century with some friends on Tuesday.
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I solo-ed one of my convenient close-to-home circuits this AM. Here in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia [USA] we have a partially-completed MUP between Martinsburg and Charles Town interspersed with a huge industrial park which the current Depression [let's admit it] has rendered Dead-as-a-Hammer with hundreds of acres of spin-worthy tarmac, solitude, quiet, and wildlife.

The early morning fog with the Sun burning above created hours of yellow-white close-in luminous glow. At one point I glided up on a red fox who had not heard my tire sounds. . .he needs to review the Manual of Situational Awareness for Red Foxes.

Afterward, espresso and some Italiano Napolianese with owner Pasquale at King's Pizza in Bardane [near both MUP and industrial park].

A morning for which to be grateful!
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Old 12-27-09, 03:33 PM
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Did 27 miles on the Casseroll on a gorgeous afternoon. First ride in a while as I've been nursing a sprained knee. The knee gave me no trouble on the ride and feels no better or worse since I finished. With the way I have been eating lately, I should be doing a century every day.
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Old 12-27-09, 04:03 PM
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Saturday 12/26/09 No
Sunday 12/27/09 Yes

Weather forecast called for mostly cloudy with 10% chance of rain today. Got in 20.12 miles, low 50s when I left and mid 50s when I got back.

0 Gopher Tortoises today

WV vs Florida State @ the Gator Bowl. Bowdens last defeat...January 1, 2010

20.12 (s)miles today
496.74 (s)miles this month
6789.88 (s)miles this year
17 ride day(s) this month (Dec.)
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Old 12-28-09, 01:11 AM
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Headed out on the tandem for 35km along the coast. It was the first ride back for my wife after minor surgery so we took it pretty easy and enjoyed the ride. Also, after a couple of days of rain it was great to get outside.
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Monday 12/28/09 Yes

Weather forecast called for sunny and cold this morning. I had an 8 am dentist appointment so I rode the half mile to the dentist office then got in 20+ miles after that, mid 40s when I left and mid 60s when I got back with a light wind. Good ride even if it was cold.


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21.06 (s)miles today
517.80 (s)miles this month
6810.94 (s)miles this year
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We started out on a usual Monday ride, but the fog made it dangerous on our country roads, so we turned around and got coffee instead. I got in 5.54 miles.

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Old 12-28-09, 03:29 PM
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I also did about 5.5 miles today, but it was on hilly, technical singletrack. A friend had recently added some new sections to the MTB trails right outside his back door. The trails are very smooth for the most part, but they wind up and down a couple of ravines running through his property, so you are always going uphill or downhill and much of the time you are making a technical turn over the roots of the trees that you are working your way between. Lots of fun and a great workout.
Now it's time to go downtown to meet my son and watch some football. Go dawgs!

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of at sunrise today 28f the air still. i rode into the rising sun, orange and blue sky. then the sky darkens before i get my 9 miles in. the snow closes in outside hartford ct but i make to home before the snow flies.
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yes... 28 miles , 44f, bright sunshine....some cows, couple of horses, a few hawks spotted....Only about 1700 ft of elevation gain...great day for some easy miles.
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Cold 80 miles. Temps 38* to 54 with a Strong North wind of 5 to 19 mph.
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Two Day Report
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12/27/09 Concessions to reality ruled the day.

Commitments to others interrupted my ride schedule. By the time the interruptions were done it was too late to set out for my Salem Lake ride, but there were other options. So today’s ride was a quick trip to the nearest grocery and logging an awesome 5.75 miles.

After dinner I mounted the new tires for my Bianchi’s rims. Michelin 32x630 I have enjoyed in the past on pavement and as a light trail tire. In short order I swapped the rims with those on the Trek 620 I have been riding since repairs on the Bianchi began.

I slept well knowing I was fueled, had matching tires, and more to add to my test the next day.

12/28/09 More testing and being tested.
Having grown confident in developing a workable cold weather kit while looking forward to the promised Salem Lake trip it occurred to me that I might need another layer for the seven miles around a cold windswept lake. High winds and 40F temp seemed a perfect opportunity to test a new kit additions as well as changes on the bike.

The results? The addition of a thermal shirt in my layers helped but next time I will use a long sleeve thermal shirt. I also wore my jacket with pit and back vents.

On the bike the swapping of rims/tires resulted in no problems at all. The Michelins themselves performed as expected inflated to 80 psi.

It would seem enough to deal with cold temps. But when they are accompanied by 15-25 mph wind gusts, there is nowhere to hide. A humbling experience to be sure. Distance today 7.58.

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Miles Today: 7.58
Weeks Miles: 13.38
Months Miles: 67.28
Year Since June: 1074.12
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Actually got out for a little mtb ride with my 9yo daughter. It was her first ride on singletrack and only my second ride in the last 6 weeks. I've been out with a very persistent chest cold so have been taking it easy. The kid did great though and even made a few moves that had me worried. I think we did about 4 miles, all singletrack and we came back with muddy bikes.
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I didn't ride for a week while nursing a sprained knee. Now I have ridden three bikes in three days. Salsa Casseroll Sunday, Stumpjumper FSR Monday and Bridgestone RB-1 today.

After posting about my Bridgestone in the 'bikes as art' thread, I remembered that I had never gotten around to getting Ribby back into riding shape after stealing her triple crank to build my Casseroll. I spent most of the day cleaning up slightly used parts from my stash to use on the Bridgestone and to rebuild my old Fuji for my son. Finally I got everything cleaned and I installed a Campy triple drivetrain on the Fuji and a Sugino double crank with 38/50 rings on the Bridgestone. The Fuji still has a ways to go, but Ribby was ready to ride.

I only had time for a 10 mile ride, but it was a good one. After a few weeks riding the Casseroll, the differences in the nature of my two road bike really stood out. The Bridgestone is a little lighter and a good bit stiffer, snappier and quicker handling. The double crank correctly casts this as my sportier, go faster bike, while the Casseroll is more relaxed and smooth.

There is a big difference in road feel between the 23mm tires on the RB-1 at 95/105psi and the 28mm tires on the Salsa at 85/95psi. I could really feel every irregularity in the road surface. It was not harsh, just more noticeable. The shorter chainstays, tighter geometry and lower stem on the Bridgestone also contribute to its sportier feel. It felt natural to push a little harder on the pedals with this bike with its higher gearing and my avg speed was about 1.5 mph faster than what I've been doing lately on the Casseroll. The Look pedals on this bike with their more solid feel contributed to the more aggressive nature.

I'm feeling good about the changes I have made to my bikes to give me one bike for the sprints and one for the long hauls.

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Originally Posted by Mojo Slim
We started out on a usual Monday ride, but the fog made it dangerous on our country roads, so we turned around and got coffee instead. I got in 5.54 miles.

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