A bicycle either gets to the moon in about the same 4 days as Apollo 11, or not at all. Specifically, if you can get the bike up to 11 km/s (e.g. by strapping it to a SpaceX Falcon 9), it may fly to the moon or beyond (Hi, Spaceman!). Anything less and it will return to earth.
I wore tracksuits only in PE classes as a teenager and maybe later in military service (draft). Maybe that's why I never bought my own pair, too many bad memories!Too important not to share.
My fascination with tracksuits began in the late-1970s when I was running a lot and my sports idols included Grete Waitz, Alison Roe, Sebastian Coe and, regrettably, now, Alberto Salazar. But I nev…fortyfour16.wordpress.com
That was in the paper. Yesterday? ...or the day before.Anyone heard about this *******? Looks like he finally got caught: https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20201026/p2a/00m/0na/007000c