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How many miles did you RIDE today?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Pilot, Aug 21, 2009.

  1. rdawson808

    rdawson808 Senior member

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    Dawson- if the tire has no air in it then there is probably a hole in the tube. I don't think it's a good idea to simply pump it up and ride.

    Yeah, I know. Which is why I didn't even attempt it last night in order to ride in today. The last time this happened, it turned out I had busted the stem or something. I'll look at it tomorrow when I'm home.

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  2. otc

    otc Senior member

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    Yeah, I know. Which is why I didn't even attempt it last night in order to ride in today. The last time this happened, it turned out I had busted the stem or something. I'll look at it tomorrow when I'm home.

    b


    I have had 2 stem failures in like 2 weeks...sucks because you can't patch them and I'm cheap.
     
  3. spb_lady

    spb_lady Senior member

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    i do 10 miles across the forest every day now [​IMG]
     
  4. DNW

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    It was a perfect morning for a 20 mile ride. First long ride in a while. Felt great and wasn't a slowpoke as I thought I would be.
     
  5. jackabpt

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    I filled up the other day and set the Trip A to start right then and my fuel light just came on at 108 miles. It is stock other than Yost slip ons and bmc air filter and I do about 18 miles everyday or every other day, going on the San Gabriel River Trail and Coyote Creek near LA.
     
  6. Oski

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    Few laps around Midway Airport today after running some errands and delivering a few items.

    Felt good to get back on my track bike again.
     
  7. robw

    robw Senior member

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    35 miles, upstate NY. Really hot but still nice to get out.
     
  8. uhurit

    uhurit Senior member

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    36 miles @ 18 mph, or so...bad wind and hot as hell in the Midwest
     
  9. TheD0n

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    I filled up the other day and set the Trip A to start right then and my fuel light just came on at 108 miles. It is stock other than Yost slip ons and bmc air filter and I do about 18 miles everyday or every other day, going on the San Gabriel River Trail and Coyote Creek near LA.
    This misunderstanding is comical
     
  10. StevenisWhere

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    25km every day for my work commute :)
     
  11. RedLantern

    RedLantern Senior member

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    15. Perfect weather for riding the past few days in seattle.
     
  12. zatarregaza

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    30 miles last sunday. Looking to get over the actual 30 mile mark this weekend.
     
  13. acidboy

    acidboy Senior member

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    today I did around 18 miles, elevation was probably 1500 ft., most challenging ride to date and enjoyed it. [​IMG]
     
  14. otc

    otc Senior member

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    about 21km this morning down the lakefront and then some 45/1:15 and 30/30 intervals at the northerly island. Will be about 10km home when I finish work.

    Not really sure what kind of intervals I should be doing...but those ones are easy to do on a clock.
     
  15. mondayc

    mondayc Senior member

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    I only rode 12 miles of trails on my new (to me) LTS), but I still sweat through my jersey and it dripped down, soaking my shorts to the mid-thigh. 94 with humidity is just shit. I can normally do much more than 12 miles, but not in that weather.
     
  16. RedLantern

    RedLantern Senior member

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  17. zatarregaza

    zatarregaza Senior member

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    Probably almost killed myself yesterday... 31.1 miles in the heat and humidity of Dallas. I started out my morning ride when it was only about 92 F. I got home and promptly slept for about 2 hours. I woke up and it was 103 F outside with the same 70+% humidity I felt in the morning.
     
  18. RedLantern

    RedLantern Senior member

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  19. Pilot

    Pilot Senior member

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    I'm moving in the next 2 weeks to a much hillier area. It is inspiring me to start riding again. Can't wait
     
  20. RedLantern

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