>Cross Training>Did -- Got a bike fit question for you.
I've got a fever...
On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office. But you will wish that you'd spent more time running. Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.
Needs more cowbell!
BTW, according to zz, I'm your brother-in-law's alter ego. Observe:
2) Played trombone in a Big Ten marching band
3) Geek (I know, redundant after 1 and 2)
4) Big fan of beer
• Do some dus...and some CX...and some tandem gravel...and some podiums...
• 130#s (or less)
BTW, you need to start watching Drive
Sadly, don't do much TV at all these days. Wifey, 2 little ones, and I are living in one room at in-laws house while we wait for our house to be finished (long sad story). So I'm basically ready to crash come Prime Time, esp. if I want to wake up in time to run.
Now that was a bath...
Yikes Zoomy - just chipping in to sympathise about the kitchen situation. We had ours done last year in August, like you we completely gutted, even removed the floor and stripped the walls back to the weather board. I hated living with our fridge in the hall and I was having to cook in all sorts of peculiar places and wash up in the bathroom. Blah, total nightmare with a baby and a family of six! Anyway, at least my kitchen is done, I feel for you girl!
Jeff - I hope you get your house situation sorted out soon! That must be fun, all living on top of each other like that. You should tell us your long, sad story. Sometimes it helps to vent!
If your knees are hitting your grips and you can't raise the seat high enough to get a 30 degree extension
Standover height (flatfooted off the saddle) should be at least 2 inches above the top tube.
Neither kid is a very good sleeper -- the youngest is still nursing, and the oldest sometimes has night terrors, so someone is always waking someone up. Esp. hard on my wife, who hasn't had a full restful night of sleep in about 2 years.
Team HTFU NCTR Driver
Maybe you've got hyooge feetz.
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