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… we are not racing. … Stopping is encouraged, admired and respected. …I kept that mantra in my head all the way across the USA. Sometimes the most important thing I could do was stop, listen, and absorb the world around me. And eat a little, too, while I was at it.Mr. Bent
When I'm out on his bike, I try to stop often for photographs, munchies, views, sunlight, lilacs, and newly mown alfalfa.
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Ar sixty I figure I have about 70 per cent of the power and strength I had at thirty. I am not aware of what equipment changes I should make to accomodate my slowly decreasing strength and resiliency, and I haven't tried any. I just keep on keeping on.
Once we got out of South Florida and headed west to California, we had no other such problems except for one very serious incident near Boutte, Louisiana, and then we did contact the police.
Interesting...I used my spare tire last summer on the first day of a 6 day supported tour, and the tire I was replacing was almost new. I hit a large, sharp bolt and it ruined the tire by ripping the sidewall. Once, years ago, I had to replace a tire on tour, too. I bring a spare with me even on 3 day tours, because a seriously wrecked tire will seriously wreck your trip, unless there's a bike shop around.Different strokes, but a spare tire is probably overkill.
No it ain't. I've used mine on tours and would never ever go on a loaded tour without one.
Hello group.Interesting statement! As a 61 year old, I'm always interested in how to accomplish this. Have you got any hints?
I reduced some of the aging factors that I was facing originally.
"has anyone done anything on what the best junk food is from the filling station?"I rarely find myself in the position of having to rely on junk food, but when I do, a Payday bar is good--lots of salt, for one thing. I've also used Snickers with success. If you've still got a long way to go, however, you better have something else available.