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I'm in the midst of planning a trek across the trans American trail. I own a cannondale cadd9 5.
There are race-specific 'bents and, in fact, recumbents hold every unassisted land speed record but those bikes do not do anything except make speed runs (seek human powered vehicles on google).
Except any climbing records. If you look up the Mt. Evans race and the Mt. Washington race you will find recumbents do not hold the record for those.
Hi, I am a newbe. Have a group of Boy scouts (ages 14 - 18) planning a 250 mile bike trip this summer (June). Starting in Wyoming and end in Utah. Looking for menus suitable for bicyclers. We will have a trail vehicle to carry tents, food, stove, etc. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Is there a real difference between bike jerseys and under armour? I need to buy some stuff, and I'm involved in other sports as well, and the materials that each are made out of is basically the same.
I am considering a new camera for my upcoming tour. I have used a Cannon A560 (7 mega pixels) which is ok but I'd really like sharper pictures with more detail. I'm really not that into photography so spare me all the lingo - I'd just be interested in suggestions of a really good portable point and shoot (digital of course) that would be an improvement over what I have.