- Jan 24, 2018
I used tannus tires on my Brompton for a couple of weeks a few years back. It was a terrible experience. Riding was like trying to pedal through an atmosphere made of treacle.
Sorry, but I actually thought of you when I first saw this story! (Not meant to be in a bad way, I was just reminded of how hard you had worked to find a good saddle!)I'm not quite at his level yet, but am fast approaching I'm afraid. the way things are going, I think I might have to resort to stealing soon too haha
That's why you need to wear a mask and eye wear. This is serious business.
Given the current windy conditions, I'd be careful with riding abreast, too. I guess it's solo rides for the time being.I ran into an old cycling (commuting) buddy and we rode down Arakawa together for a while, keeping about 1.5 to 2 m distance, but abreast. so it's good to see this only applies to riding in the slipstream and not next to each other!
Watched that. The driver's lawyers claimed he didn't realize he hit the cyclist because he suffered from sleep apnea and must have had a micro-sleep at that time. This, after he replaced the damaged headlight that must have been blood stained. He was given a 3 year sentence and was out after 13 months.Pretty good police work here to catch a hit and run killer (30 minute story)
My uni town had a decent bus system (for the time, champaign-urbana), but I used a bike almost exclusively. The most dangerous creatures--and they were scary--were farm dogs when riding outside of town. Good for an adrenalin boost.
This is also worth seeing. https://www.bicycling.com/news/a32097735/coronavirus-viral-simulation/
Funny because it was just on tv today about joggers and cyclist how dangerous we are about spreading the virus.This is also worth seeing. https://www.bicycling.com/news/a32097735/coronavirus-viral-simulation/
if it's on TV I'm usually sceptical Studies by aeronautical engineers... about epidemiology and virology.... nah.it was just on tv today about joggers and cyclist how dangerous we are about spreading the virus.
A mate sent me this, which I found interesting and thought others would, too.