automatic120Granny Gear

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Lewis // Colorado

 
I would be interested in "How to get the most out of my trainer" during the long winter lay over.  Most of the articles I've read pertain to roadies.
Went for a ride with a co worker at Carpenters Loop. Most of the trail system was covered with snow drifts to deep to ride, but the 3 miles we did get...
automatic120   on Nov 30, 2018
replied to Does anyone bring a weapon?
 
As a Scout years ago (way too many), always be prepared.
I too, ride alone. I can set my own pace, distance and if I decide to stop and take pics, or not. Great read. Keep pedalin John.
A friend and coworker rode with me after work a couple of times this week (he's an animal) and has pushed me past my best time by more than 2 minutes. My goal was to beat 52 minutes on my normal ride (previous best 53:45). Last night 51:02! My new goal, 50 flat! My previous…
Like rmap01 said, speed needs to limited. We have all had that close encounter on the trail. Having someone blast past me scares the crap out of me. Pedal power is what drives me and I'm sure most others in our sport. I might be a lot old school though. I know someone who is…
automatic120   on Sep 11, 2018
replied to Pet Peeves of the Trail
 
Unleashed dogs and dog crap in the middle of the trail. This is a designated MTB trail, lots of  other places for hikers around here. GRRR
automatic120   on Sep 1, 2018
replied to Minimum Ride?
 
I usually ride 2 times during the week after work and once on the weekends when time permits. Weekends around 12-13 miles, 10 on my favorite  trail after work. Today was cut way...
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automatic120   on Sep 1, 2018
replied to Your best crash story
 
Back in 2006, when I first started, I took a co worker out on our local trail. As we were just yards away from the end of our ride, I started a...
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