|2004-04-02, 03:48 PM||#16|
Join Date: Oct 2003
Re: Re: British weather
I'd actually call that after four months or riding once a week, but even so going up and down those slopes first time without a UPD surprised me.
I reckon my legs are pretty powerful, and that's even before I started riding. All of my life when I've had to walk up some stairs, I would always run up them two at a time (yes, even when I'm not in a hurry) and as such my legs have always been far more muscular than the rest of my body.
Last edited by gkmac; 2004-04-02 at 03:52 PM.
|2004-04-03, 06:23 AM||#17|
Re: British weather
On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 09:48:58 -0600, "gkmac" wrote:
>I don't have a
>protractor (angle measurer) to take with me, but I know what 45 degrees
>looks like and half of that... (draws on a piece of paper) ...okay so
>maybe it was more like 15 degrees.
That method can easily fool you. If you have some time on your hands,
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|2004-04-23, 01:22 AM||#18|
Finally...less talking, more riding
Join Date: May 2003
Location: Milton Keynes, UK
i only just read all the replies to this thread seeing as ive been away and there seems to be some confusion, i have absolutely no objection to a muddy tire, but the tire in question is my 20" trials job of which i like to keep clean ish, and besides muddy tires dont go down to well for indoor home riding.
im saving up for a Muni neways, which inevitably will always be covered in mud.
Got me another 28" uni
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