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Triple ring or double? by Sarah Trejo Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:21am I am still debating this. I mean, there has been ONE time in the entire time I've been cycling that I thought "yeah, I could use a granny gear right now. That would be nice." Well...that and at the very top of Mt. Diablo, when you have that very last hill which is simply impossible with a double crank after you've just climbed 14,000 feet. Your ... Read on »
the most effective type in motorcycle fake oakleys by tonyzheng Posted Wed 01 Aug 2012 3:43am When you journey a motorbike, fake oakleys the likelihood of little bits of particles hitting you while in the face is quite large. For that reason you'll need sun shades that are difficult to break.The majority of the lenses in bike sun shades are created of polycarbonate, which can make them stronger than ordinary lenses. In addition, you need th ... Read on »
What Was in That Racine Water? by fitink Posted Mon 20 Jul 2009 12:00am Something's in the water in Racine. Not only does that pocket of Lake Michigan water produce swim-like-the-fish times and fluctuating water temperatures, but it's almost like the triathletes pass through that water and onto some fast rides, runs and personal bests during the day. That's all I can say to start off my rendition of a race report ... Read on »
Three triathletes dead & three in serious condition after horrific bike accident near Montreal by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 14 May 2010 1:33pm The exact details are still unclear, but what is known is horrific and very worrisome for anybody who rides a bike on public roads. Three triathletes are dead, and another three are in serious condition in the hospital after being involved in an accident with a pick-up truck today on a highway southeast of Montreal. The grou ... Read on »
The dead ride bikes. by Louise Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:10pm I am, in fact, alive. I am doing well, and thank you all for your comments on the last post. Everything is fine, I am not wallowing in a pit of despair or eating tubs of Ben&Jerry's. I have been, quite simply, terribly busy. I will update as I can over the next few days, but I wanted to share one particular event that occurred on Monday. I d ... Read on »
Silicone Valley Mountain Bike Tri - Race Report - 06/20/09 by Shawn Mueller-Boddy Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm After the disaster that was Achorman, I needed a good race to get my confidence back.   The Silicone Valley Mountain Bike Tri was a bit of an unknown.   Given that I’ve never actually ROAD true ‘mountain bike’ style, it could go really, really badly.   But, since it seemed to be a more ‘everymans’ race then Achorman – it could be ok. The n ... Read on »
Happiness is A Bike Ride by Tri Mommy Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 09 Apr 2010 8:14am This morning, I woke up and let the dog out and almost cried.  Grey clouds everywhere.  Lots of wind.  But I was dressed and I wanted to ride my tri bike! I was almost like a petulant child about it, really. I think I may have even stomped my foot the way Ladybug does when she's put out. (I swear I learned it from her and not the other way around ... Read on »
bikes in by dfdg5fd Posted Sat 19 Jan 2013 5:28am There fake oakleys are several different types of bikes in the marketplace nowadays, fake oakley sunglasses types consist of BMX, Trike, fake sunglasses Tandem, Tourer plus Folding Bikes. It's also possible to purchase electrical bicycles, the bike made a great progress since their early days. Listed here are the most used types of bikes easily obt ... Read on »
Revisiting My First Tri: The Bike by Side of Sneakers Posted Sun 20 Jun 2010 10:30am Just FYI I’m re-living my triathlon experience from last year since I’m not able to participate in today’s. Here’s the swim in case you missed. ….. Swim complete, it was time to move on! T1 pretty much went as planned: Dried off super quick, then threw on a shirt and shorts over my soaking wet bathing suit.  Next came shoes and ... Read on »
Packing for a 24 Hour Bike Ride… by Side of Sneakers Posted Fri 27 Aug 2010 10:48am Packing for an event that lasts 24 hours provides the opportunity to forget a lot of things. Packing for a bike ride that lasts 24 hours results in a very odd assortment of those things. Tomorrow begins my 24 hour bike riding event , aptly named 24 Hours of Booty. It’s a fundraiser to raise money for the fight against cancer ... Read on »