# Coker computer setup

Hey,

with a friend on his bike and we talked about our speeds. He told me we’d
be going with 23kph and I was like “No, it’s 16”. So, we didn’t talk about
that anymore. Today, a biker rode up to me and we started to talk a little
bit. Then he said: “You are going pretty fast.” I asked him why he thought
so and he said we’d be going with 28kph, while my computer was at 20. On
my way back home I asked 3 more bicyclist and they were all going faster
than I was, even tho I was right next to them. So, back home I measured
the wheelsize, which was 287mm (is that correct?) and then checked the
circumference in the computer, which was at 205. Luckily I kept track
about every ride so far (for practice for EUT), so I can easily figure out
what I am at right now.

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I assume you are talking about circumference and actually mean 287cm not
mm? I measured mine at 2776mm with my wieght at my tire pressure. That
would be 278cm if your machine takes input in cm. When you sit on it and
ride the circumference is a bit less than if it is unweighted. That’s
pretty funny though, how much you were off! You must’ve wondered how
people like Gilby manage to go 24.5mph (just over 40kph)!

—Nathan

“Christian Hoverath” <hovi.@t-online.de> wrote in message
news:9haj2a\$1k2\$04\$1@news.t-online.com
> Hey,
>
with
> a friend on his bike and we talked about our speeds. He told me we’d be
> going with 23kph and I was like “No, it’s 16”. So, we didn’t talk about
that
> anymore. Today, a biker rode up to me and we started to talk a little
> bit. Then he said: “You are going pretty fast.” I asked him why he
> thought so
and
> he said we’d be going with 28kph, while my computer was at 20. On my way
> back home I asked 3 more bicyclist and they were all going faster than I
> was, even tho I was right next to them. So, back home I measured the
> wheelsize, which was 287mm (is that correct?) and then checked the
> circumference in the computer, which was at 205. Luckily I kept track
> every ride so far (for practice for EUT), so I can easily figure
> out what
I
> am at right now.
>
> TTYL, Christian

On Tue, 26 Jun 2001 20:06:09 +0200, “Christian Hoverath”
<hovi.@t-online.de> wrote:

>wheelsize, which was 287mm (is that correct?)
Seems very small. Multiply by ten

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