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Old 04-13-2009, 10:03 PM   #10336
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I feel like myself again ...
How was the ride?

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Old 04-13-2009, 10:55 PM   #10337
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Cinelli Aliante - Campagnolo Record Gruppo


My first road bike is FINALLY FINISHED!!!!

Frame/Fork: Cinelli Aliante

Color/Finish: Frame: Soft-Touch Clear | Carbon-rears&fork: Natural-Clear
Gruppo: Campagnolo Record 10-Speed
Wheels: Campagnolo Scirocco G3


I don't think I will ever have the Italian sportscar, so this is it!
This is my F1 machine - complete with paddle shift - state-of-the-art Campagnolo Record Groupo - the whole bike is Italian.
YES - I adopted the bike snobb'ery way: -
shoes, bib's, jersey - ALL ITALIAN!!!!
I even have a Campagnolo water bottle - say's Made in Italy on the bottom.

Check out my Cinelli Build-Up thread.
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Old 04-13-2009, 11:01 PM   #10338
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Very nice!

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Old 04-14-2009, 04:11 AM   #10339
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Old 04-14-2009, 04:25 AM   #10340
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Very nice Indeed!

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Old 04-14-2009, 04:28 AM   #10341
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yes-very spanky bike! I'm a Campy fan too.



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I'm totally digging the SAR thing. I've been an EMT for several years and I love the outdoors. Seems to go hand in hand. It's only volunteer but me and my SO are going to have a ton of fun. She's getting involved with the Mounted unit. I'm doing the 4X4 unit and Dog unit.
The last teams I was with out west I was on the technical rope, avalanche, swiftwater and ground teams. Where I am now there just isn't must to get attached to and my work has me away a lot. Oh well.
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Old 04-14-2009, 08:05 AM   #10342
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My goodness.

I'm gonna borrow your shtick when I post the Fargo pics...

I'll substitute Unimog for F1.
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Old 04-14-2009, 09:11 AM   #10343
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How was the ride?

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30 miles MUP.

Slight head wind both ways.

Uphill both ways.

Or maybe I am just out of shape.
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Old 04-14-2009, 09:48 AM   #10344
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My first road bike is FINALLY FINISHED!!!!

Frame/Fork: Cinelli Aliante

Very nice. Had an older steel Cinelli show up at a group ride last week. Owned by a mechanical engineering professor- you know this because:
-wheels were bent to hell
-front brake cable missing
-drivetrain all gunked up
-And under all the road grit was a PowerTap SL hub.
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Old 04-14-2009, 09:57 AM   #10345
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New training routine

I've got a new training routine: Escorting my girlfriend to work. She's been thinking about bike commuting for a while, but between winter and her general nervousness with riding on the road, she's put it off.

This morning she finally gave it a go, and since I work from home and have a pretty flexible schedule, I rode escort. Most of the 11 mile ride is on quiet residential backroads, but her office is about a mile from the intersection of 2 major interstates (one of which she has to cross), in an area full of shopping centers, office parks, and of course, lots of fast-moving traffic at rush hour.

It's a pretty challenging environment for a cyclist, but she handled it really well. When we reached the office, she commented that she'd been scared, but it hadn't shown at all in her riding.

This afternoon I'll drive up there to pick her up, but she's hoping to be able to ride it both ways before long.
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Old 04-14-2009, 11:12 AM   #10346
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I've got a new training routine: Escorting my girlfriend to work. She's been thinking about bike commuting for a while, but between winter and her general nervousness with riding on the road, she's put it off.

This morning she finally gave it a go, and since I work from home and have a pretty flexible schedule, I rode escort. Most of the 11 mile ride is on quiet residential backroads, but her office is about a mile from the intersection of 2 major interstates (one of which she has to cross), in an area full of shopping centers, office parks, and of course, lots of fast-moving traffic at rush hour.

It's a pretty challenging environment for a cyclist, but she handled it really well. When we reached the office, she commented that she'd been scared, but it hadn't shown at all in her riding.

This afternoon I'll drive up there to pick her up, but she's hoping to be able to ride it both ways before long.
Nice job. When I start work this weekend I can end up working at two Hospitals. One is very close to my place and the other is about 10 miles. I hope to be able to atleast ride my bike to the closer of the two. I've been lazy but I've sorta planned a route from home to school that would be 90% dirt.
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Old 04-14-2009, 12:45 PM   #10347
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I've got a new training routine: Escorting my girlfriend to work. She's been thinking about bike commuting for a while, but between winter and her general nervousness with riding on the road, she's put it off.

This morning she finally gave it a go, and since I work from home and have a pretty flexible schedule, I rode escort. Most of the 11 mile ride is on quiet residential backroads, but her office is about a mile from the intersection of 2 major interstates (one of which she has to cross), in an area full of shopping centers, office parks, and of course, lots of fast-moving traffic at rush hour.

It's a pretty challenging environment for a cyclist, but she handled it really well. When we reached the office, she commented that she'd been scared, but it hadn't shown at all in her riding.

This afternoon I'll drive up there to pick her up, but she's hoping to be able to ride it both ways before long.


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Old 04-14-2009, 01:53 PM   #10348
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Getting skinnier ...

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So when am I gonna get skinny?


Javarilla, et all, Hi!

You made me think of this. I've been carrying around a little folded photocopy of page 54 in the May 1992 Bicycle Magazine. For all these years I've used the little chart on that page to help create training programs and meal plans for myself and those I've coached.

I googled The James Hegberg, started an email to him, and then decided to do a better google search for the Calorie Consumption Guide. (For what it's worth, the chart on the website mislabeled the AVERAGE SPEED column as CALORIE CONSUMPTION) It's worth printing out and hanging on to it, in my humble opinion.

What do you all think?
Has anyone else ever used this?



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Cycling and Burning Calories
How many calories does cycling burn? That's a tough question. All the variables that can occur during a ride--uphills, downhills, headwinds, tailwinds--plus the type of bike you're riding, the surface you're on, and the speed you're going can cause swings in calorie consumption.

Still, weight-conscious cyclists want to know. This chart, developed for Bicycling magazine by James Hagberg, Ph.D., professor of kinesthesiology at the University of Maryland in College Park, answers the question for the most significant variable: speed. It's well-known that the energy used in cycling varies dramatically as wind resistance changes. Simply choose your average speed, multiply your body weight by the coefficient for that speed, and you'll have a close approximation of the number of calories that you burn per minute.

Going uphill adds to the energy cost. Coasting downhill burns no extra calories, of course, but the combination of going up and then down always uses more energy than riding on flat ground. In general, add an additional 20 calories for every 100 feet of elevation gain during a ride (an average value for a cyclist and bike with a combined weight of 150 pounds).



AVERAGE SPEED
AVG SPEED (MPH) COEFFICIENT (CAL/LB/MIN)
80.0295
100.0355
120.0426
140.0512
150.0561
160.0615
170.0675
180.0740
190.0811
200.0891
210.0975
230.1173
240.1411

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Old 04-14-2009, 02:00 PM   #10349
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Cool graph. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 04-14-2009, 07:14 PM   #10350
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