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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Zodiac, Jul 10, 2006.
Best of luck! Maybe you'll get bored out, .030 over with new rings, and be good as new!!
I'll get through this....I have another 1200 in early May.
they powerslide pretty well too
I miss mine.
My cousins and I invented Big Wheel Jumping in the mid-seventies. You're welcome.
(We did pad our landings with the cushions from my aunt's kitchen chairs. We ended up with sore backsides but it wasn't from the landings. )
This looks interesting
Hmmm Easier to store than indidual wrenches and lighter than a multitool.
Just need a hill.
I wish you the best.
I don't have problems until I go above 190bpm. At that point, I feel like I can't get enough air. I guess that's my "red zone".
No chain tool!
Don't need one on a road bike and I already have 2 separate 'travel-size' chain tools for mtn biking. One of my chain tools is older than some of the people I ride with!
I looked into those tools...then went down to the LBS. They're expensive!
I was charged $35 and I think that's a decent price. I get good deals on service there. I read up on whether or not I should have it done and like usual, some said yes and others said it wasn't necessary. My reasoning for having it done was that it wouldn't hurt and since I was dealing with a bare frame, now would be the time to do it. This is a middle of the road build too. Nothing fancy.
He's got a point
Just got in from ~3hrs on the bike. 50-ish degrees out.
Dec 19th? I'll take it!
Bugger. So wanted to go out myself but here I am sat waiting for a bloody phone call
Sorry to hear that. Missing out on a day like today in Dec is almost criminal.
Agreed. Feckers never called so they can go fuck themselves, I'm riding tomorrow (if the weather cooperates that is).
I can't say I went for a run 'cause there was lots of stopping and going on 'cause my co-hare and I were 'planning' Sun's trail, but I did jog a bit today.
Not the same as riding. Not at all!
Winter might be here soon. It's pissing down rain for the second day this week since Monday. Arrgh. At least I got out yesterday for 11.4 miles of single track... in shorts. It was 63 degrees.
Rain/snow mix, here. Dropping to 19deg F, by nightfall, with 1"-3" overnight. :huh
That was easy.
They rolled me into the cardiac cath lab at 0825 and I was back in the recovery room at 0905. They found no blockage which is a great relief.
I need to watch my cholesterol and we need to determine why I get dizzy when my HR goes over 175 or so but, with a family history of heart issues and atherosclerosis, it's great to have confirmation of no blockage and no structural issues.
That's great news; congratulations! Now, go get a ride in and keep that ticker exercised.
Edited because I can't seem to type when Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
You can start by taking off that silly HR monitor Gerry. That and a glass of red wine a day. Keep on keeping on.