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Addiction LXXVIII

Old 05-23-20, 04:11 PM
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We found this C&V coffee rig in the pantry yesterday.

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Originally Posted by datlas View Post
While riding my bike solo and maintaining social distance. No.
How far from the runner were you when you passed each other? Are you certain you're not positive?
Out on the roads, sure, go mask free. But not on the mup

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Old 05-23-20, 04:13 PM
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One more pic, just for that drop of coffee

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Originally Posted by seedsbelize View Post
How far from the runner were you when you passed each other? Are you certain you're not positive?
I'm sure he tested positively, in the negative
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Old 05-23-20, 04:19 PM
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Because of my place to make the S1 into a dedicated trainer bike, I actually used the DCR Analyzer tool to check how accurate my never-serviced OG Hammer is compared to my Quarq. Amazingly, it is bang-on. It would certainly be easy to imagine another Quarq being more divergent. It's the least-popular high-end smart trainer, but wow is it quality.
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
One more pic, just for that drop of coffee

Just got up from my nap and could use some of that. I'm feeling cranky.
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Old 05-23-20, 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
We found this C&V coffee rig in the pantry yesterday.

My kinda coffee maker, my kinda coffee.

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Old 05-23-20, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
We found this C&V coffee rig in the pantry yesterday.

Bro, What's with the "Manwich" can?
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Bro, What's with the "Manwich" can?
We had sloppy joes a couple months ago. Mmmmm.

It's bacon grease now. Mmmmm.
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Old 05-23-20, 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
We had sloppy joes a couple months ago. Mmmmm.

It's bacon grease now. Mmmmm.
I save bacon grease too. Nothing is better for frying up leftover potatoes.
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Old 05-23-20, 06:04 PM
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Hey all. Someone was asking me to watch how long between charges I get on the axs bike. But I forget who. The answer is 6 weeksish. I rode 64 miles today, the last 13 in 1st gear on the big ring. Because the battery went dead. I tried to swap it with the front derailleur but that didn't work. Charged the batteries all is good.
. LAJ. Congrats on the new pup.

I just finished assembly on this a couple days ago. It is fantastic. The nut is cut a little wonky so the string spacing is offset, but it plays so nice I'm scared to make a new one.
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
I save bacon grease too. Nothing is better for frying up leftover potatoes.
Not good for chain lube??
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Not good for chain lube??

let whyfi try that next.
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Old 05-23-20, 06:57 PM
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Not good for chain lube??
Every dog in the neighborhood chasing you on every ride.
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Hey all. Someone was asking me to watch how long between charges I get on the axs bike. But I forget who. The answer is 6 weeksish. I rode 64 miles today, the last 13 in 1st gear on the big ring. Because the battery went dead. I tried to swap it with the front derailleur but that didn't work. Charged the batteries all is good.
. LAJ. Congrats on the new pup.

I just finished assembly on this a couple days ago. It is fantastic. The nut is cut a little wonky so the string spacing is offset, but it plays so nice I'm scared to make a new one.
Hot.

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In other news, to effect quick passes of other cyclists out this morning, I did dial it up to 400w to pass several times. It doesn't actually feel like much of anything for that duration. Not sure what that guy was on about.
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oh, because I forgot to mention it. Strava can munch on it!
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oh, because I forgot to mention it. Strava can munch on it!
"Describe your relationship with Strava going forwards."

"Adversarial."
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I think Dad is lonely and manufactures computer issues to ask me about. He sends me an email with a question, then when I email back he immediately calls without fully reading. "Well now I know you're up."

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Every dog in the neighborhood chasing you on every ride.
So good for sprint training?
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I think Dad is lonely and manufactures computer issues to ask me about. He sends me an email with a question, then when I email back he immediately calls without fully reading. "Well now I know you're up."

Count your blessings.
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It is disturbing the amount of grief I am receiving from automobile drivers since this whole pandemic thing started.
It's never been this bad. I had a guy throw a McDonalds hamburger at me last week. He almost choked on what was in his mouth, he couldn't spit it out fast enough to yell at me.
I rode on a road I haven't been riding on lately due to its poor condition. It is mostly cold patch for long stretches.
So on my return leg I took it. I don't know what made me look down at my camera but as I was rolling over some of the roughest "pavement" I've ever ridden on. I looked at it just in time to see the last fragment of the mount separate. Releasing my camera to fly off on its own. For the second time I caught that camera as it left its moorings. Those clear plastic mount do not last long on mi. roads.
I believe Monday I will strike out on a century. I haven't done a solo century in a couple of years. Its high time I do.
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So good for sprint training?
as long as you are faster than the dog.... yes. It's when the dog is faster its a problem.
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Count your blessings.
I wish he would just ask "is now a good time to call?" instead of making the assumption that being available to email is the same as being available for a call.
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Originally Posted by Bah Humbug View Post
"Describe your relationship with Strava going forwards."

"Adversarial."
I'm going to use it like I would a cheap hooker. Bastards strung me along for years like a crack dealer now they want in my pocket. I'll keep on using the free app. I'll get used to not having segments.
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I'm going to use it like I would a cheap hooker. Bastards strung me along for years like a crack dealer now they want in my pocket. I'll keep on using the free app. I'll get used to not having segments.
I don't even want them to have my data though, nor my rather high padding to their activities per week per user stats.
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