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Old 07-01-15, 08:18 AM
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Why is riding such a production??

Trying to go riding. I am new to this hobby and I'm just trying to stay fit. Maybe it's because I'm new but it seems like a huge production to get out of the house in the morning. This morning would've been my 2nd ride. I have a 7 mile route planned in my Garmin. Back and forth to the truck because I forget everything. I have limited time because I need to be back to take my kid to school and my wife wants to exercise too. I finally get out of the house and drive to where I'm going to start my ride. Then I realize I forgot my helmet!!! There goes the whole morning. I like exercising in the morning because it sets the tone for the rest of the day. Maybe I should ride in the evening so I have more time to prepare.

Is riding a production for you? What time of day do you ride? I almost let my anger get the best of me and went on my ride without my helmet because of the process I went through just to get there. Sorry for the rant, still a bit frustrated
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Old 07-01-15, 08:21 AM
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I get things organized before I go to bed for morning rides. I also don't drive my bicycle anywhere 99% of the time. I exercise from the front door. Forgotten things are 2 feet away.
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I rode a 4200 mile cross country tour.

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For a 7 mile ride, what do you need beyond a water bottle and your helmet? Even then, if I had a ride planned I realized I forgot my helmet, I would have ridden anyway.

I wake up at 4:20 AM, get my water, have a small snack, and I'm out the door by 4:35 or 4:40. I ride from my garage, so I can't forget anything important.

Editted to add: If I have a longer ride planned, I'll have my map on my bike already and my snacks and water bottles set out the night before so I just have to fill and go.
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I like to ride in the morning on weekends....the wife and I ride together...all of our bikes are in our shop... and we keep all of our gear together in one location...
during the week I ride at lunch.. I keep a couple bikes at the office and my gear on my desk...since you just started riding, getting a routine will take a bit of time, but you will get it all worked out.
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Old 07-01-15, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by chandltp View Post
For a 7 mile ride, what do you need beyond a water bottle and your helmet? Even then, if I had a ride planned I realized I forgot my helmet, I would have ridden anyway.
He's married with a young child. All it takes is a small accident for the family to all suffer. If you don't like wearing a helmet or its an inconvenience because you forgot it, that's fine. But advocating others to do the same isn't good.
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Old 07-01-15, 08:37 AM
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It get's easier as time goes on. I also get ready for rides the night before, as much as possible. I even fill the bottles.
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Old 07-01-15, 08:47 AM
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Originally Posted by TheCannon View Post
Trying to go riding. I am new to this hobby and I'm just trying to stay fit. Maybe it's because I'm new but it seems like a huge production to get out of the house in the morning. This morning would've been my 2nd ride. I have a 7 mile route planned in my Garmin. Back and forth to the truck because I forget everything. I have limited time because I need to be back to take my kid to school and my wife wants to exercise too. I finally get out of the house and drive to where I'm going to start my ride. Then I realize I forgot my helmet!!! There goes the whole morning. I like exercising in the morning because it sets the tone for the rest of the day. Maybe I should ride in the evening so I have more time to prepare.

Is riding a production for you? What time of day do you ride? I almost let my anger get the best of me and went on my ride without my helmet because of the process I went through just to get there. Sorry for the rant, still a bit frustrated
Definitely agree with getting everything set and ready the night before so you are not having to scramble in the morning, but the other thing you could easily do is simplify.

First, for a 7 mile recreational ride, do you really need to plan the route on a Garmin? For a 50 mile ride where you don't know the neighborhoods, sure, but for a 7 mile recreational ride in your hometown, it seems like overkill.

You really don't need much for only 7 miles, helmet, gloves, cellphone, that's about all. You won't need energy bars or probably even water on the bike for that short of a ride and if you want you can store that in your truck just in case.

The other thing is to see if you can start earlier... if you have to be back to take your child to school, get an idea for how long your planned ride takes, and give it an extra 20 minutes so you aren't having to rush. If that means you have to get up at 5 AM, that's what I'm doing routinely as a bike commuter, it just means you need to get to bed by 9 or 10 the night before.
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Old 07-01-15, 08:52 AM
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It get's easier as time goes on. I also get ready for rides the night before, as much as possible. I even fill the bottles.
+1. You'll get into a routine.
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Keep all the stuff in a defined place.

Helmet, glasses, gloves, shoes, and HRM strap all together.

Bottles in cabinet above sink. Clothing in a tote.

Put HRM strap on, put cycling clothes on, fill bottle(s), pump tires, put shoes, gloves, helmet and glasses on. It does take nearly 5 minutes because I pump my tires every ride.
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Old 07-01-15, 09:05 AM
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Originally Posted by TheCannon View Post
Trying to go riding. I am new to this hobby and I'm just trying to stay fit. Maybe it's because I'm new but it seems like a huge production to get out of the house in the morning. This morning would've been my 2nd ride. I have a 7 mile route planned in my Garmin. Back and forth to the truck because I forget everything. I have limited time because I need to be back to take my kid to school and my wife wants to exercise too. I finally get out of the house and drive to where I'm going to start my ride. Then I realize I forgot my helmet!!! There goes the whole morning. I like exercising in the morning because it sets the tone for the rest of the day. Maybe I should ride in the evening so I have more time to prepare.

Is riding a production for you? What time of day do you ride? I almost let my anger get the best of me and went on my ride without my helmet because of the process I went through just to get there. Sorry for the rant, still a bit frustrated
It'll become less of a problem once riding becomes a habit. It's like when you start a new workout routine. The first couple of times are a PITA because you're trying to recall what lifts you're doing, how many sets, how many reps. You may have to glance at a printout of the routine if you've made one. After you've done it a couple times, you just know the routine and can work through it.

Same with biking, eventually you'll just know everything you need to take with you when you go out for a ride. Myself, it's never a hassle, because I ride to work from my house and take my kids to school on the bike, so I don't really have the chance to forget anything (other than maybe leftovers for lunch).

If you're only doing trails at a destination ride, maybe keep a helmet and water bottle in the truck as well.
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Old 07-01-15, 09:08 AM
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I put everything in the same spot when I am done each time so I have it for the next time without having to search. I even setup a usb charging station with 10 ports so I can charge lights and Garmin at the spot I keep all my riding accessories. OCD at its finest.
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Old 07-01-15, 09:12 AM
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Originally Posted by StanSeven View Post
He's married with a young child. All it takes is a small accident for the family to all suffer. If you don't like wearing a helmet or its an inconvenience because you forgot it, that's fine. But advocating others to do the same isn't good.
My thoughts exactly. Thanks!

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It get's easier as time goes on. I also get ready for rides the night before, as much as possible. I even fill the bottles.
Thanks! I'll try that

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Definitely agree with getting everything set and ready the night before so you are not having to scramble in the morning, but the other thing you could easily do is simplify.

First, for a 7 mile recreational ride, do you really need to plan the route on a Garmin? For a 50 mile ride where you don't know the neighborhoods, sure, but for a 7 mile recreational ride in your hometown, it seems like overkill.
It seems the common consensus here is that 7 miles is a cake walk. I just had knee surgery not long ago and I am easing into this hobby. I can't run anymore, well for now, so I decided to take up cycling. I have all my routes, segments, and workouts planned in Strava so all my routes are loaded onto my Garmin. I do this so I can monitor my progress and better myself over time.

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+1. You'll get into a routine.
+1...wish that time could've been this morning lol.

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Keep all the stuff in a defined place.

Helmet, glasses, gloves, shoes, and HRM strap all together.

Bottles in cabinet above sink. Clothing in a tote.

Put HRM strap on, put cycling clothes on, fill bottle(s), pump tires, put shoes, gloves, helmet and glasses on. It does take nearly 5 minutes because I pump my tires every ride.
That's a good idea! I'll find a place for all my cycling gear, including my helmet
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Old 07-01-15, 09:14 AM
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Originally Posted by dipy911 View Post
I get things organized before I go to bed for morning rides. I also don't drive my bicycle anywhere 99% of the time. I exercise from the front door. Forgotten things are 2 feet away.
I tried that on my first ride. I've decided it's too busy in my neighborhood. Too many lights, cars, stop signs, people, dogs, cats, etc etc....It's only a few miles to open road where I don't have to worry but the inner city BS.
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He's married with a young child. All it takes is a small accident for the family to all suffer. If you don't like wearing a helmet or its an inconvenience because you forgot it, that's fine. But advocating others to do the same isn't good.
It depends a lot on the ride.

All of my rides currently start at my doorstep... which mean public roads and CARS.

The OP is parking and riding. A bike path? There still is some risk on a bike path, but it is much reduced, especially if speeds are kept reasonable. But, as a "newbie".. the helmet doesn't hurt.

The routine will become more routine over time. My biggest problem is that I'm regularly riding 3 or 4 bikes, so there are always a few changes here or there.

I would encourage trying to find a way for the whole family to ride together. Trailers, Tandems, Tag-a-longs, sto-kids, etc. Bike commuting?
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It depends a lot on the ride.

All of my rides currently start at my doorstep... which mean public roads and CARS.

The OP is parking and riding. A bike path? There still is some risk on a bike path, but it is much reduced, especially if speeds are kept reasonable. But, as a "newbie".. the helmet doesn't hurt.

The routine will become more routine over time. My biggest problem is that I'm regularly riding 3 or 4 bikes, so there are always a few changes here or there.

I would encourage trying to find a way for the whole family to ride together. Trailers, Tandems, Tag-a-longs, sto-kids, etc. Bike commuting?
No bike path yet. For now I'm just driving to open road locations with flats and slight hills to get away from inner city distractions/hazards. However even on the open road you never know what drivers are doing behind you.
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It's not.

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Trying to go riding. I am new to this hobby and I'm just trying to stay fit. Maybe it's because I'm new but it seems like a huge production to get out of the house in the morning. This morning would've been my 2nd ride. I have a 7 mile route planned in my Garmin. Back and forth to the truck because I forget everything. I have limited time because I need to be back to take my kid to school and my wife wants to exercise too.
Driving to a 20-30 minute ride is not an effective use of time.

Is riding a production for you?
No. So I don't wake my wife, the night before I hang heart rate monitor strap and cycling clothes in the kitchen appropriate for possible weather conditions. If it might be below 55 degree that means a wind jacket and jersey with pockets big enough to accommodate that.

My shoes are next to the door, I grab my bike computer and a water bottle (or two for my long ride) on my way out, grab my bike from my shed, and pick up my helmet next to it.

I do maintenance (lubricate chain, replace chain/cables/tires/bar tape, etc.) on the weekends and add air Monday morning.

What time of day do you ride?
I get up around sunrise (5:45 this morning) and ride an hour later (not today because of a broken collarbone).

I was never a morning person, although I seem to wake up after 6.5-7 hours of sleep which means I'm naturally up before sunrise provided I go to bed before 11pm.

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7 miles is a warm up now... but back when I started, 7 miles meant 3-1/2 miles out, rest, then 3-1/2 miles back.
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It gets easier the more you do it. Luckily, I live in the suburbs with easy access to a network of bike paths, so most of my rides start in my driveway. I don't get up too early since it wakes up my wife and she likes to sleep. I have coffee and oatmeal, mix up some Gatorade, put on sunscreen, get dressed, pump up my tires and go. I've been doing it a several times a week for a couple of years now, so I don't forget stuff anymore.

When I go on morning group rides I'll usually load my bike rack and bike onto my car the night before, and go ahead and mix up some Gatorade while I'm at it.

One thing I've noticed is that I'm reluctant to go on short rides now. If I can't do at least 20 miles it doesn't feel worth it.
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One thing I've noticed is that I'm reluctant to go on short rides now. If I can't do at least 20 miles it doesn't feel worth it.
Commute and do errands on the bike. Then every ride is worth it.
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Commute and do errands on the bike. Then every ride is worth it.
I wish I could commute. I live in Houston, though, so that would require a shower at work. Also I have to take my daughter to school or pick her up 4 days each week, so there's only one day I could possibly commute on. Also I like driving my car.

I used to run more errands on my bike, but lately I've only been riding my road bike. It has no panniers or baskets or anything. And taking the hybrid to the store falls into that category of "not worth it" short rides now.
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As others have said, soon enough you'll have a routine and it will get easier. Congrats on the choice of excercise. Remember, enjoy the ride as you do it. It's a great way to start your day. I feel so much better after my morning ride. Good luck and keep at it!
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I wish I could commute. I live in Houston, though, so that would require a shower at work. Also I have to take my daughter to school or pick her up 4 days each week, so there's only one day I could possibly commute on. Also I like driving my car.

I used to run more errands on my bike, but lately I've only been riding my road bike. It has no panniers or baskets or anything. And taking the hybrid to the store falls into that category of "not worth it" short rides now.
Yeah, Houston is rough. Austin is a bit better, but one can still get pretty damp. Oh, and as for your daughter preventing you from commuting four days out of the week, my three sons say "Hi!"



This said, I don't go on 20+ mile weekend rides as I'm with the boys then, so we just enjoy our bikes in different ways and that's okay. Not trying to hector you.
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Trying to go riding. I am new to this hobby and I'm just trying to stay fit. Maybe it's because I'm new but it seems like a huge production to get out of the house in the morning. This morning would've been my 2nd ride. I have a 7 mile route planned in my Garmin. Back and forth to the truck because I forget everything. I have limited time because I need to be back to take my kid to school and my wife wants to exercise too. I finally get out of the house and drive to where I'm going to start my ride. Then I realize I forgot my helmet!!! There goes the whole morning. I like exercising in the morning because it sets the tone for the rest of the day. Maybe I should ride in the evening so I have more time to prepare.

Is riding a production for you? What time of day do you ride? I almost let my anger get the best of me and went on my ride without my helmet because of the process I went through just to get there. Sorry for the rant, still a bit frustrated
Make a checklist.
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After a ride, I usually hang my helmet from the brake lever, so it's right there for the next ride.
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