Yeah, that guy's ongoing commentary (limited as it was) did not make the video.
seen them on tv:
dude! what a cool thang!
congrats to your first 12; getting started is the hardest part!
I went riding today, and this was the first time I ever got home and wasn't zonked.
it was 92 degrees and humid and I was doing fine.
I had a banana before I left for the ride, a banana when I got back and a salty bagel halfway through the ride.
Usually I end up with a massive headache by the end of the day.
I hear the gatorade is basically sweat, so what's in it?
And which of the above foods is solving my problem?
Those aren't legal in the US or at least not in NYS.
If it's powered it's a motor vehicle and subject to all the motor vehicle laws like registration, inspection, lighting requirements and so on, and can't be ridden on the sideway.
That's why the segway failed so badly.
Soon...no snow here. It's in the 30's (1c) with rain starting. Just a little drizzle ATM, but real rain after midnight. Then Saturday: -4 (-20 C). The weather around here is more changable than a woman's mind. I know...I'm a sexist pig.
The C ride (11-13mph average) was being led by a friend of mine, but his ride was 52 miles, which is more than the usual 30-35 that most C rides are, so nobody went.
Instead everybody got the same idea to go on the D ride (9-11mph avg).
So there were over 30 people, and I recognized a lot of them which means everybody else was avoiding the 52 mile ride also. But that means there's going to be a pack of 30 people all going slow to let the slow people keep up.
I expected the fast group to break off the front as they usually do, but you never end up with a good group that way, because there's no leader and the fastest take off, and everybody else straggels behind and there's no group and it sucks, because I end up riding a lone and getting lost.
But today it worked out quite differently.
There was this guy who had never ridden with the club before so he figured he'd start at the slowest ride and work up to his level. Turns out he's really strong, at least a B rider (avg 13-16mph) and he was gettin bored quickly, so he kept asking the ride leader where the next turns was, and then he'd take off. So I spent the entire ride chasing him.
And there were 2 other people who were basically of the same mind, and they kept up with us, so we had a nice fast group of 4 that basically did the whole 30 miles together and it was awesome.
I'll never see the fast guy again as he won't ride with my slow C group, but I met another lady who leads rides who does exactly my pace.
the NYC bike maps: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/bicyclists/bikemaps.shtml
The most anybody actually does when they're 'geocaching' is to explore the supposed area in SecondLife.
Yesterday, I needed a jacket when I went to pick up my kids... it gets cold at night.
no, the word 'druck' simply has several meanings, like put, set or fix each have several dozend replacements in german ;-)
- pressure (as air pressure in tires)
- psychological pressure, like being forced to do a decision
- print; there is 'druckschrift' in opposite to handrwiting, druck presse as of what prints a newspaper, a printer press?