|POLL: rider-bike differential||Pollster|
Sep 6, 2001 9:02 AM
|Here's the question (fill in the blank), rider weight - bike weight = __________.
Part 2 (essay question): what does this mean, if anything?
|re: POLL: rider-bike differential||PaulCL|
Sep 6, 2001 9:18 AM
|187 minus 16 equals: 171 lbs. Meaning: Nada. Zilch. Zero|
Sep 6, 2001 10:08 AM
|255 pounds + bike @ 22 pounds equals around 277 pounds.
What does this mean? I need to loose about 30-40 pounds and need a lighten bike if I ever want to get up a hill faster.
|re: POLL: rider-bike differential||ChrisVedral|
Sep 6, 2001 12:30 PM
|I weigh 120 pounds and my bike weighs prolly 20|
|re: POLL: rider-bike differential||MrCelloBoy|
Sep 6, 2001 3:27 PM
|Riders 275-Bike 31.5=243.5lbs.
It means we ride a tandem?
|re: POLL: rider-bike differential||Me Dot Org|
Sep 6, 2001 8:44 PM
|Rider weight: 170 pounds - bike weight (29) = 141 pounds
It means I'm riding a 1983 Fuji touring bike with tools made out of fishing weights.
|re: POLL: rider-bike differential||Mike|
Sep 6, 2001 8:59 PM
|Part 1: 175-18.5=156.5
Part 2: This means that I've finally consumed enough alcohol to respond to this poll.
|re: POLL: rider-bike differential||bsenez|
Sep 6, 2001 10:12 PM
Not sure what it means, maybe you should answer your own questions? i guess it means i'm not fat :)
|re: POLL: rider-bike differential||SS_Billy|
Sep 6, 2001 10:27 PM
|1) 150 - 20 = 130lbs
2) This just means that someone was bored enough to
post it and I, in return, am bored enough to respond...