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I ride to work some days, its 9.7 miles each way (19.4 total). Set a new personal best today, rode to work in 36 minutes door to door. That's 16.7 mph and over 400 cals burned.
Having worked up such a powerful thirst on such a steep ascent, I was unable to make the full return trip without stopping along Shem Creek for a couple of refreshing beverages and an oyster po'boy.One must plan trips meticulously in order to have resources available when needed. Not to mention I was thinking this might be the place to watch opening day tomorrow. Plenty of TV's along the outdoor bar.(Image removed from quote.)
What did that set you back and does it have a flip-flop hub? It's a really sweet looking bike.
I'm only rolling 1 bike right now, Kona Paddy Wagon. Fixed gear is a beotch for climbing hills, but it's fairly flat here.(Image removed from quote.)
I'm going to start riding with a group on a 21 lap around the city, they run M-F all summer long. Should be fun.
Ascended the highest peak in Charleston SC today - the Arthur Ravenel Bridge over the Cooper River, 186 feet above the water. Frankly it's an easy ride but the scenery is breathtaking.Oh, and a sighting at the top as well.
Nice, Tom. I remember when Fuji was a new name brand.
My bro-in-law suggested a way to find thorns poking through a tire tread - rub a cotton ball around the inside.
Finally brokedown and bought the Kryptonite Fahgettaboudit. If I ever have to get involved in some street justice this thing is going to come in handy. It and my old OnGuard Bulldog for comparison: (Image removed from quote.)
It's really, really heavy - like around 6lbs. It'd be great as a weapon, but it's hard as hell to get out of this: (Image removed from quote.)
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