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Old 12-29-19, 03:36 AM
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Assabet 12-28-19

wasn't bad, 46 degrees & sunny. There was more snow & ice than I was expecting. But fortunately for my still unstudded MTB, it was all granular, sticky & not too slippery. Quite the opposite, I had lots of traction. The only time I felt the slightest fishtail was rolling over water covered ice. Overall, the WTB Riddlers did really well

12:30 pm started
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another winter snoozer for bedtime

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recently got 2-3" of snow & sleet but it's been raining & warmer so it was hard to determine where to ride. also wasn't sure how hard it would be raining during my ride. took a gamble I rode the BFRT again, had dreams of making it from Acton to Chelmsford, but ultimately, the conditions were so difficult, I was glad to just get to the waterfall again

computer only worked intermittently, but I know the distance from that previous ride a cpl weeks ago. got back just before dark so I never had to run the headlight


3 pm started from lot near Ice House Pond, Concord St, Acton, 40 degrees & raining
turned around at the Ebenezer Wood Pencil Factory site
4:12 pm back at car, 41 degrees w/ light rain
4.46 miles
1:12 away from car

rigged a 2 ft stick for the cam so I could get better low angle vids. an idea I was toying with for some time ...






however, it was hard to maintain control & be a strong rider, with just one hand on the bars, so didn't use it a lot





pretty desolate






struggled to figure out what to wear, but wound up making good choices. running tights & rain pants, short sleeve base top & fleece shirt, under a wind breaker/rain jacket. employed the big, goofy but excellent rain helmet cover. wore non-waterproof light hikers w/ sock liners & light hiking socks w/ hand warmers over the toes. the shoe choice was good. will try to use these more than the enormous arctic type boots I regularly use







good, hard, firm ice was rare

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the conditions were irregular & unpredictably irregular, granular, slushy, break-thru type ice w/ frozen compacted rough snow. for the most part it was quite arduous & slow rolling, w/ only rare exceptions. good workout tho!








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decided since it was warm to look up where I rode the last time it was this temperature. not an exact match but chose Myles Standish State Forest Carver, MA

looped 8 miles. checked out some trails around the SE corner of the park. 60 degrees today! parking lot 3 was closed so I parked in the Equestrian parking lot where one sign I saw read “Lower College Pond Rd” but maps call it Halfway Pond Rd

62 degrees
11:27 am left house
1:02 pm at equestrian lot
1:12 pm started
1:51 pm at Crane Brook Pond
3:42 pm back at car 8.15 miles 22 mph max 6 mph avrg 1 hr 20 min saddle time away from car approx 2.5 hrs (stopped a lot to read signs & mark map)
5:30 pm home, away from house 6 hrs

polo cam?


T-shirt & shorts! sweat was pouring off me. it was crazy, but a welcome freak change. the wind was crazy! knocked over my bike twice, not while I was on it tho. one time, I was braced up against a small tree cuz I thought another, bigger one, would snap off suddenly

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some soft stuff to deal with & most of it was rideable

just kept going w the hikers for now. work great

t-shirt & shorts in January. that's nutz

endless fun!

getting my $200 worth out of this bike

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19 degrees, got out for a an hour and half for an hour of cycling. snow was on the way so wanted to visit the Assabet before the snow pack returns

another tab on the rack broke, think this time I'll just replace it w a lighter one. this thing has been on so many bikes over the past decade I got my money's worth. was good to have a mini locking pliers so I could remove one of the braces







19-21 degrees
7.32 miles
17.5 mph max
7.7 avrg
57 min saddle time
80 min away from the car

wore the Headwind pants under the 2 layer rain pants. perfectly comfortable



if this storm peters out there isn't another on the near horizon. but it's the ice that got me, so last MTB on the Riddlers for this season


was a good day to start bringing hot honey water




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the whole ride. the fall is about the 4 min mark




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bought myself some more time with the old rack. since the stay tab broke I drilled a new hole on the side & rotated the stay back to jam it in place



& I can keep using it for one of the 4 bungee connections



for the back end of the rack, I drilled a cpl holes in the extension bar for 2 more bungee connections. these are OK if the bag isn't filled all the way. when it's super full I'll figure something out (for more slack), but that's rare


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back wheel felt squirmy early on the 1st 1/2. thought it was a spoke, but nope. picked up a thumbtack!. 13 minutes to patch it up w/ Zipp's help. didn't remove the entire tube& tire. heck we cudda left the wheel on the bike!

Rema patches for the win!
@ZIPP2001 meanwhile approx. 4 months later, had a peak at the patch. looks good. the plastic seemed to have a ridge at the apex of the curve. maybe cuz it was deflated? maybe from use & movement inside the tire? regardless, the patch still seems fused really well

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rigged a 3 ft stick for the cam so I could get better low angle vids. an idea I was toying with for some time ...
that wound up being a fun & interesting experiment, getting super low angle vids & single frames of the tires in action, for example seeing how high volume low pressure MTB tires provide suspension shock absorption, seeing how the tires flex depending on terrain. but it was awkward to stop & take out the screw & washers & screwdriver to attach it, then reverse that when I wanted to stop using it . storing the stick in my trunk wasn't too bad but it kinda looked like a fishing pole. decided to try a selfie stick but had yo DIY an attachment for my cams quick release by gluing threaded thumb rings onto modified mounts. also glued the ring in place on the threaded tip. guess I'm committed. since I was doing this also did one for my trail tripod, (but holding off on gluing the threaded ring to the pod top). maybe I'll get a cpl drive bys. also made sure the "auto-rotate" setting was set & work so I can run the cams upside down













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well, the glued quick release broke off getting out of the car. dropped the stick on the ground & off it came. re glued it & will try again in a week. hoping it just needs more time to fuse. the tripod QR stayed on, but didn't bring it cuz the MM is a well populated trail & wasn't going to do any ride-by setups. when it is quieter I have a cpl spots I want to try that with. after the ride, I got a grilled chicken caesar salad wrap for lunch. after getting everything cleaned & stowed, had a nice hot shower before the rain storm hit

Bedford to Spy Pond 1-25-20

11:35 start 39 degrees
11:20 at Spy Pond 42 degrees & misty
9.23 miles
19.6 mph max
14 avrg
39 min saddle time

12:30 headed back
1:20 back at car 40 degrees. mist is thicker but not quite a drizzle
18.58 miles
23.7 mph max
13. avrg
1 hr 23 min saddle time
approx 2 hrs away from car

it's been a cpl months since I road the road bike w/ cleated shoes & pedals




thought I cleaned the shoes but then saw this so scraped it out & dried them off


used 3 layers, short sleeve base, long sleeve quilted shirt & this North Face fleece jacket. love having so many pockets. alternated between zipping up & unzipping all the vents. mounted up the bar mitts a few weeks ago & while it wasn't too cold, they were protection from the misty almost-drizzly weather. the cleated MTB shoes have enough room for sock liners, light hiking socks & toe warmers. used the fingered PI cycling gloves too. used two knit hats, one for each 1/2 of the ride







kept the Brooks saddle covered, mostly cuz I forgot to remove the cover before riding. but it was handy when I stopped at the pond

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the whole ride

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(really glad I attached a quick release to my travel tripod, making a ride-by easier to setup)

(posted a full video in another thread )

got out Saturday after a lot of work moving stuff so we can redo the floor on our top floor. made it to the BFRT & parked where I usually do. Ice House Pond, Acton to Brickhouse Restaurant, Chelmsford

4pm start in Acton at Ice House Pond. 37 degrees
4:50pm in Chelmsford, 36 degrees & light rain
9.96 miles
20.9 mph max
13.1 mph avrg
45 min saddle time

5:56pm back at car in Acton, 36 degrees & misty
19.33 miles
20.9 mph max
13.0 mph avrg
1:29 saddle time
2 hrs away from car

weather & trail conditions improved enough to make it past the Ebenezer Wood Pencil factory & Nashoba Brook waterfall finally! kinda weird that it's February. it was a bit rainy & dark. wish I got out earlier but glad I got out!

hit some light rain for a while, but it wasn't bad, the ride featured mostly drizzle or heavy mist. a few die-hards were out at dusk w/o lights but I saw them. I'll take these conditions over frozen footprints any day of the week!

did a little experimentation with the camera stick. time lapse wasn't working so had to settle for video & video frame grabs. but looking forward to seeing more about what happens down at the ground with tires, terrain & weather

this one is fun


glad this info kiosk has a little roof!


cell phone does a better job recording bike light (maybe someday I'll get a better sport cam)


sport cam does OK if I'm not hand holding


hand holding is a whole 'nother story


not as bad when stationary


then there's the "stick" lol omg so silly




time for dinner, bath & bed, alarm goes off at 5am next day!

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2-8-20 Assabet ride with fresh studs

12:40 start 31 degrees gusts over 20 mph
2:50 pm back at car 31 degrees very windy
9.74 miles
17.3 mph max
6.9 mph avrg
1:24 saddle time
2 hrs approx. away from the car



cracked open the bike bunker tomb. no snow to dig out so that's a plus!

got the studs on so might as well use them

we recently had snow sleet & rain. low temps & high winds. leaving behind thin, hard ice

with a smattering of soft granular sections

fabulous hard surfaces to ride on

bright, pretty, sunny day despite the cold wind

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ran out to the cape, for the day, to visit Sis. 8 degrees at home & 20s on the cape, with a steady, chilling wind. seems I picked up a head cold last week, so staying bundled up for now











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I think I still have bikes ...been busy w/ family visit, Daughter's taxes, Son's Taxes, carpet install, flooring install (fail), new carpet install, Mom's 90th B-day, my Taxes & tomorrow's auto service

now this ...
COVID-19 home office ugh


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got my annual auto safety inspection. when I got it back it had this COVID-19 steering wheel condom on it. very nice. but of course, I discarded it & sprayed the front interior w/ alcohol & then wiped it all down w/ a few Windex wipes



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apparently what motivates me is horrendous weather ... took a while after "punching out" from my home office, to get my stuff together. by time I did, it was clear, I just wanted to ride, not drive my bike anywhere. pumped up the rear tire to 30 psi, & donned my rain gear cuz the snow was a sloppy wet mess at 34 degrees. funny thing about early spring snow storms, late in the day. it doesn't really get dark. only "needed" my lights when riding in traffic to & from the park

Assabet, yesterday 3/23/20 approx 4:30 - 6:30pm? I may have started later & gotten back earlier. too excited to take those notes

34 degrees, wet snow, studded MTB
11 miles
23.2 mph max
7.9 mph avrg
1:23 saddle time
approx. 2 hrs away from the house





was good to get home & dry off. I went out with only a thin base layer, medium quilted middle layer & an uninsulated rain jacket. so I was starting to chill. legs had fleece pants & rain pants but I could feel the cold of the falling wet snow on my thighs. I opted for sock liners, thin light hiking socks (w/ hand warmers) & non water proof, light hiking boots. so my feet were ready to be home as well. I knew I wouldn't be out long, so I think I timed everything just right. another hour & my decisions would not have been as good



I think I have video clips worth playing with later ...

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3 cams add to the challenge. in order to have all 3 plugged in & working well, I needed to dig up a 10 yr old powered usb hub. the oem 3rd connection on the keyboard wasn't cutting it. then had to log all the usable clips w/ short descriptions & time code so I would know what fell where during the ride, in order to shuffle them together in sequence. did not use lots that I find interesting. tough to find the essence of a ride. but "off the grid" seems simply appropriate right now





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must be New England, don't like the weather, just wait a minute?

Monday 34 degrees & snowing


Friday 60 degrees & sunny!
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60 degrees, sunny & breezy
4:20 pm out the door on the road bike, forgot to pump the tires, but turns out, they were OK
9.9 miles to the Park & Ride on route 62
5:14 pm 11.9 miles at Bedford Depot, added a long sleeve layer
in West Concord, I took a little detour on the Bruce Freeman. lots of ppl were out, mostly on foot
6:45 pm home 56 degrees
28.2 miles
27.6 mph max
12.6 avrg
2:14 saddle time
approx 2 1/2 hrs away from the house







for some reason, this seemed like a good way to bungee the bag today. wow the wide angle cam really makes this bag look enormous


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