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Cool!Another thought to get some AC'd pedaling in on your new bike in the summertime is to get a set of rollers for use with your new ride. Keeps the bike in action, cheaper than a full stationary bike setup, and I'll almost guarantee nothing trains you to a smooth course/cadence like rollers. Once you get used to it, it's as easy as it looks IYKWIM.
Pretty thing. Bikes have changed a lot since the last time I bought one in 1984.
Here's your pedals you can do it yourself with an 8mm allen and 15 mm wrench. Just remember there's a left threaded pedal and a right threaded pedal. my youngest son ruined two sets of cranks using brute force and not paying attention to pedal threadsThere are other models that are cheaper but they also have cheaper bearings.
When I was a young lad of 60 I could still ride a bike. I am trying to now but my feet keep falling off the pedals, I have no muscle control below the knees and the feet flop where ever they want. In am going to a bicycle shop today to see if I can get some longer pedals. I can't use the ones that snap onto the shoe because with no muscle control I would not be able to unsnap if I began to fall. They say once you learn to ride va bike you never forget. They lie! The muscles of my lower legs have forgotten but I am working on it.
Toe clips and straps won't work for me. They require you to pedal from the ball of the foot, I can't do that. I have no muscle control below the knees. I am removing the pedal crank from the machine and will use it as a two wheel walker as shown in the photo I posted. I won't go as fast but will still get some exercise for parts that otherwise don't get used. I just need some cane brackets for carrying my stick.
Serious racing on a bicycle is about as exciting as racing anything else. I'm sure there will be other voices describing a fast descent on a twisty mountain road or the bell lap of a crit..
Picture taken today on a 20 mile run avg 20.13 mph over 12.88 miles on the bike path... I'm catching up to you Jim ;D.
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