Monthly Archives: May 2009

Riding longer, riding lighter

What a day yesterday. I rode my usual ride to work (17.5 miles) but joined some folks from our company team at 5PM for what was said to be a ride of “about 20 miles.” I was a tad concerned … Continue reading

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Roubaix Rocks

The new bike is awesome! Cruising at 18-22 MPH is exhilarating compared to poking along at 14-16 MPH on my urban bomber. Those skinny little tires pumped up to a rock-hard 120psi make for near zero rolling resistance. Alas, the … Continue reading

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Roubaix on the way

I decided to take the plunge an order a road bike: Specialized Roubaix Elite Triple. My local bike shop, Wheel Away Cycle Center in Campbell, only had the charcoal, but I wanted the red: It should be here early next … Continue reading

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Reloading your JavaScript without reloading your page

Maybe you’re like me and develop your JavaScript with an endless cycle of “edit… save… refresh” to see/test the results. This gets pretty tiring if you’re having to fill in a form or wait for a complicated page to load … Continue reading

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Cycling Milestone

Weekends are, of course, my “big ride” days, building for the 2009 Tour de Cure on June 14.  On Saturday morning I met with a dozen or so other riders from company team to head out for what was supposed … Continue reading

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