The nimbus is mine, the triton is Jay’s, the kh is Jeff’s.
Oh I see - aren’t you a lucky lot then
Sorry I couldn’t go with you Terry. Let’s meet up next weekend when I go down to like Augora Hills though, maybe a 36er ride
Did you get a 36-er?
Yes, I am a uni-holic. But just one more and then I complete the set!
And then for some t-bars, brake systems, geared hubs…
Then, a giraffe, 26" muni… It won’t stop!!!
ah yes, and disk brakes as well. Oh well, it’s a healthy disease.
Back to some good riding of late. Being slow with work gives some fine time to get out and work the atrophied muscles after a looooong winter.
Great Saturday ride.
And it looks some people have copied my old bike helmet-visor idea! (not to be confused with full-face helmets)
Me, from 2007:
As a life-long cyclist I’m pretty used to silly-looking clothing, but WHAT!!!?
those mothercycle helmet visors
Gath has been doing that for years on their helmets for water sports. It looks OK kayaking or surfing but too weird biking. Sunglasses are easier
That cyclist in the last picture is wearing sunglasses under his helmet shade!!
My original intent was for it to block as much UV/UVB rays as possible, and also protect against eye-strikes from tree branches. And since the shield isn’t prescription (duh!) then glasses/sunglasses are still necessary if you have a prescription. Sure isn’t as silly looking as these!
I’ve been seeing quite a few cyclists wearing these:
Dear god, the lengths some people go to…
You got that right! (Dane in 10 years! ;))
If I keep my dreads long enough for them to get long, they won’t go past my waist, I’ll just trim em.