Nice and sticky this morning...

Nice and sticky this morning...

Postby 20thCB » Mon Feb 02, 2009 9:42 am

eh lads?!

Who's the fit bugger on the mountain bike who overtook me at Greenwood going south? He was doing a good 30km/hr and gave me some good exercise trying to keep up :lol:

BTW the new PSP at Princeton is lovely but for me is ruined by the Hutton St lights system. So I'll keep doing the Osbourne Pk detour.
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by BNA » Mon Feb 02, 2009 10:01 am

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Postby moosterbounce » Mon Feb 02, 2009 10:01 am

:D

I'd love to say it was me...but I wouldn't ride an mtb due to my allergies (that is, I'm allergic to them despite the fact that you can get carbon ones!!).

I'm heading to Canberra again today so did 30km on the trainer starting at 7.30am. I sweated bucketloads. Just weighed myself and was down 300gms depite drinking etc. Nasty tropical weather :evil:

Good luck riding home - it's gonna be a stinker.
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Postby Funkymonk » Mon Feb 02, 2009 10:31 am

I left at 6 ama and just got thru the door now .... i recon i lost a small childs weight in sweat going up Brookton Hwy :shock:
One lady went flying past me , 7 km later i went past her puffin and panting and cussin :lol: she had 100's of flys glued to her back getting a ride
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Postby 20thCB » Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:15 am

Funkymonk wrote:I left at 6 ama and just got thru the door now


How far is your commute? :shock:
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Postby Funkymonk » Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:18 am

109 km , 4hours all cadence work today
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Postby Vivifyer » Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:39 am

10km to work, at 8:40.. so much sweat :( and the wind or lack of, did little to actually help evaporate it. uurg
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Postby Ant. » Mon Feb 02, 2009 12:15 pm

Rode 20km to the airport to pick up Dads car, then realised I forgot to take the keys with me :oops: :roll:
Nothing like 40km in this weather to harden you up :shock:
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Postby 20thCB » Mon Feb 02, 2009 12:20 pm

Ant. wrote:Rode 20km to the airport to pick up Dads car, then realised I forgot to take the keys with me :oops: :roll:
Nothing like 40km in this weather to harden you up :shock:

Did you end up doing 60km (20 there, then 20 back and another 20 back to airport)?
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Postby uMP2k » Mon Feb 02, 2009 12:36 pm

Funkymonk wrote:109 km , 4hours all cadence work today


I wondered what the h**l a boy from Hami Hill was doing on Brookton highway :D

Talk about taking the long way...

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Postby Caelum » Mon Feb 02, 2009 12:53 pm

only about 8km from home to work for me, it was a real pleasure riding along near the beach, reasonably cool, great cycling temp...


as soon as i headed about 200m inland though, the heat hit me... still managed to make decent time though.
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Postby Funkymonk » Mon Feb 02, 2009 1:02 pm

uMP2k wrote:
Funkymonk wrote:109 km , 4hours all cadence work today


I wondered what the h**l a boy from Hami Hill was doing on Brookton highway :D

Talk about taking the long way...

Stephen


Don't ask :roll: i was ment to be riding with a forumite .....they were a no show :roll: so i wasn't going to miss out myself :wink:
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Postby Ant. » Mon Feb 02, 2009 1:32 pm

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Ant. wrote:Rode 20km to the airport to pick up Dads car, then realised I forgot to take the keys with me :oops: :roll:
Nothing like 40km in this weather to harden you up :shock:

Did you end up doing 60km (20 there, then 20 back and another 20 back to airport)?

Kind of lost interest after 40km.

It can wait at the airport until it cools down a bit more :lol:
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Postby Aushiker » Mon Feb 02, 2009 1:33 pm

G'day

Let Freo at 6:00 AM approximately, was walking by around 6:40 AM .... chain link popped off leaving me with a ~ 8 km walk instead of a 42 km ride.

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Postby rolandp » Mon Feb 02, 2009 10:53 pm

It may have been me, though wouldn't call myself fit. Was around there at 6:30am on a silver Cell MTB.

Stopped off at Telford Crt to have a word with the workers at that site relating to the closure of the dual-use path and having to be diverted onto Telford Crt, and now around a dividing island, so you may have caught up at that point.

Though your comment relaing to the heat should have been this afternoon, as it was stinker coming home.

We need a secret handshake to identify forum riders (yes I know there are the shirts, but not all of us have them).
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Postby 20thCB » Tue Feb 03, 2009 9:28 am

rolandp wrote:It may have been me, though wouldn't call myself fit. Was around there at 6:30am on a silver Cell MTB.

Stopped off at Telford Crt to have a word with the workers at that site relating to the closure of the dual-use path and having to be diverted onto Telford Crt, and now around a dividing island, so you may have caught up at that point.

Though your comment relaing to the heat should have been this afternoon, as it was stinker coming home.

We need a secret handshake to identify forum riders (yes I know there are the shirts, but not all of us have them).


There are shirts? Where?!
Yeah I went home around 5pm (first 80km day!) and that's the first time I've appreciated having 2 bottles of water on the bike.

Also I want a shirt with a logo saying something like "I'm going slower because I'm going further" aimed at all the guys who overtake me and are only going 10km or so :lol:
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Postby gdl_gdl » Tue Feb 03, 2009 9:33 am

Also I want a shirt with a logo saying something like "I'm going slower because I'm going further" aimed at all the guys who overtake me and are only going 10km or so

I want one of those as well!

Rode in this morning and had a layer of moisture over me by the first few hundred metres in Mindarie.

Interesting to see the Perth skyline obscured by clouds this morning.

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Postby Aushiker » Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:38 am

gdl_gdl wrote:Also I want a shirt with a logo saying something like "I'm going slower because I'm going further" aimed at all the guys who overtake me and are only going 10km or so

I want one of those as well!

Rode in this morning and had a layer of moisture over me by the first few hundred metres in Mindarie.

Interesting to see the Perth skyline obscured by clouds this morning.

Cheers,

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Did I pass you? I was running a bit late so left at 7:43 AM.

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Postby gdl_gdl » Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:51 am

Did I pass you? I was running a bit late so left at 7:43 AM.

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Probably not this morning, I was in Perth by 7.50am this morning. There was a nice NW blowing for a while!

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Postby gdl_gdl » Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:30 pm

Great ride home tonight - blown home by a SSW!

Making the most of the cool temps until the return of the stinkers next week! 35 - 39 C and gusts forecast!

Cheers,

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Postby Aushiker » Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:16 pm

gdl_gdl wrote:Great ride home tonight - blown home by a SSW!

mmm no bloody comment :twisted:

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BTW saw a rider at the Karryinup lights wearing a blue Shimano jersey. Looked familiar. Wasn't some here was it? It was around 5:30 PM.
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Postby Canno » Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:24 pm

one day I want to ride home (White Gum Valley/Freo) with a roaring sea breeze at my back......felt like I was going backwards heading south on the freeway bikepath this afternoon... :shock:

mind you there were some on Mtb / tourers who may as well been walkin! :? Now they were workin...
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Re: the lovely freo doctor...

Postby Aushiker » Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:28 pm

Canno wrote:mind you there were some on Mtb / tourers who may as well been walkin! :? Now they were workin...


I was on my CRX 1 (flatbar) and I was working ... even down hills :roll:

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Postby gdl_gdl » Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:41 pm

felt like I was going backwards heading south on the freeway bikepath this afternoon...

That's a shame Ben! :wink:

Anyway you need to build up your endurance for the 60km Freeway Bike Hike!

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Postby Canno » Thu Feb 05, 2009 10:54 pm

Gary - given my commute is the occasional 20km one way, I'll be leading the pack ....... until we get to Applecross where my pre-booked Ambulance will be waiting with oxygen to take me home for nice lie down!! :lol:

BTW forumites - Gary has organised 19 suckers from our office to enter into the Freeway bike hike. Nice effort I say...

Some of the non riders have seen the big group doing the 60km & have nominated for the smaller 30km ride instead. Hope I'm there to see the look on their faces when they roll across the line!!! phew... :shock:
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Postby gdl_gdl » Sun Feb 08, 2009 1:14 pm

Never mind the sticky conditions - what about the wind today! I did a 40km recovery ride to Hillary's and was riding side on to an Easterly wind for both legs of the trip!

The sail on the back would have been a worthwhile addition today!

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