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  1. #61
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    oooh, guilty as charged.........I have always teased friends who watch golf, telling them that I can't because I can't stand all the stimulation
    2003 Trek 7500FX/standard saddle
    2006 Trek Pilot 2.1/Serfas cutout saddle

  2. #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by maryellen View Post
    oooh, guilty as charged.........I have always teased friends who watch golf, telling them that I can't because I can't stand all the stimulation
    I used to watch golf to fall asleep. But still - I think TdF ranks higher. At least they aren't just walking around with the announcer talking in meditation-style tones. Golf doesn't have Bob Roll.
    To train a dog, you must be more interesting than dirt.

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  3. #63
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    And you don't see Phil Michelson headbutting John Daly on the 18th hole.


    Roxy
    Getting in touch with my inner try-athlete.

  4. #64
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    ...you "accidently" go for a bike ride. As in "I'm just going to go over to that garage sale up the street" (because there was a bike leaning against the tree!) and you phone 5 miles from home to make sure it is OK if you go for a longer ride because the weather is perfect!

  5. #65
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    you bless the headwinds because on cold days they act as resistance training and on stinky hot days they actually help keep the temps almost tolerable.

    You pat you bike on its *** every time you walk by it in the hall.
    marni
    Katy, Texas
    Trek Madone 6.5- "Red"
    Trek Pilot 5.2- " Bebe"


    "easily outrun by a chihuahua."

  6. #66
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    Dude, plagiarism is never okay. You've copied aeiea's post from the first page verbatim. Not cool. Or are you just trying to sell your weight loss pills? Spam isn't okay, either.
    Getting in touch with my inner try-athlete.

  7. #67
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    Quote Originally Posted by channlluv View Post
    Dude, plagiarism is never okay. You've copied aeiea's post from the first page verbatim.
    Good eye!

    Back on topic: You might be a cyclist if you ride your bike to the garage to have your oil changed. Doh!
    '02 Eddy Merckx Fuga, Selle An Atomica
    '85 Eddy Merckx Professional, Selle An Atomica

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    Slacker on wheels.

  8. #68
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    Quote Originally Posted by channlluv View Post
    Dude, plagiarism is never okay. You've copied aeiea's post from the first page verbatim. Not cool. Or are you just trying to sell your weight loss pills? Spam isn't okay, either.
    Good catch! I had already reported one of his other posts as spam yesterday.

    You might be a cyclist if you find yourself stroking the handlebars of your bike the evening before a ride apologizing for the bad weather that has kept you from riding for a long time.

  9. #69
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    ...you see nothing wrong with the fact that your living room is taken up with 2 bikes on trainers...and the dining room primarily provides a home for the tandem.
    Most days in life don't stand out, But life's about those days that will...

  10. #70
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    Aug 2007
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    You pick up inner tubes at the side of the trail and see if they are fixable. I found three on Sat in different locations. One was wrecked (snakebite) so I will make a frame protector from it, one might be fixable and one was intact - think it was from a stolen bike as it was where the locals often dump them...

  11. #71
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    You can't wait for the time to change so you can ride to work in daylight.

  12. #72
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    You are surprised when your non-cycling friends don't care if the gauge on your Road Morph works or not...

  13. #73
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    And you're still trying to find someplace to get any of your road bike tire gauges calibrated.
    Speed comes from what you put behind you. - Judi Ketteler

  14. #74
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    You're disappointed that your new job is "only" 3 miles from home because you wanted a longer commute.
    Check out my running blog: www.turtlepacing.blogspot.com

    Cervelo P2C (tri bike)
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    1983 Motobecane mixte (commuter/errand bike)
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  15. #75
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tri Girl View Post
    You're disappointed that your new job is "only" 3 miles from home because you wanted a longer commute.
    Now that's funny. I can totally understand feeling that way.

 

 

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