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Don't think I'll be riding outside much anytime soon...(15 posts)

Don't think I'll be riding outside much anytime soon...noveread
Oct 28, 2003 7:18 PM
To cheer me up I'll have to keep looking at that picture of Dotsie...

Asiago
North west?the bull
Oct 28, 2003 7:25 PM
I was up in Oregon once.
All it did was rain, But when it was nice it was real nice!
Don't let a little rain stop you, break out the raingear. nmMKD
Oct 28, 2003 8:01 PM
Move to the Southwestdgangi
Oct 28, 2003 8:22 PM
I sure am glad I live in Phoenix. Sunny and 84 tomorrow...

Oh wait. I forgot. Don't move here. It's hot and crummy and a barren desert. You don't want to live here. And please tell this to the millions that move here every year. We don't need any more people

Thx...Doug
I think they are cooking mashmellows in SoCal.the bull
Oct 28, 2003 8:29 PM
I rember the Oakland fire when I lived in Marin.
We went to bridge and ate popcorn and drank beer.
Pretty.
We're used to bad air, but this is ridiculousDMoore
Oct 28, 2003 9:02 PM
I'm in Redlands, across the valley from one of the major SoCal fires that's attacking the San Bernardino National Forest. We're all accustomed to smog around here, and ride all summer long in air that would probably drive most people indoors.

But. For the last few days it's been impossible. Just driving home in the car tonight, with the air conditioner on and set to recirc (to avoid picking up outside air) my eyes were stinging and watering. Can't even consider riding in these conditions. I don't think inhaling ash is that good for the lungs, either.
2.5 micron particulate matterfracisco
Oct 29, 2003 9:09 AM
Not good for the breathing, and coming down all around us during these wildfires.
Its not so pretty when you may lose your home. nmlanterne rouge
Oct 28, 2003 9:54 PM
You ain't stoppin' me :O)Live Steam
Oct 29, 2003 7:35 AM
I know it's really hot in the Summer :O) Forget about the other 7 - 9 months of perfect weather!
re: Same thing herehudsonite
Oct 29, 2003 4:27 AM
It has been raining here for the last two weeks. It looks like more rain for the next couple of days. By the end of November it will be time for the snow to start falling. I can count the number of days left on my fingers that I can still ride.

Too bad, so sad. Time to wax up the skis. The new bike riding season is only 5 months away. The powder season starts in a month!
I decided not to ride today...biknben
Oct 29, 2003 5:46 AM
It was too windy. :-)
Me tooScot_Gore
Oct 29, 2003 12:27 PM
Guess what the pink and white stuff is.
Don't understand the post; is there a punchline?hrv
Oct 29, 2003 7:52 AM
Stop riding in the 50's? Scattered showers? Don't get it.
Aren't you in WI? Where you're gonna be lucky to get 30 for a high? Then again, if you're really looking for a break/rest period from riding, then that's a good reason.

This weekend in N. Oregon the forecast is low 25 - 30, high 40's. Last weekend it was 80. I'm wondering if anyone else will be there at the 8:30 group ride; I know I'll be bundled up and ready to go.

have fun,
hrv
I'm with hrvDropped
Oct 29, 2003 10:39 AM
Unless you happen to be made out of sugar, rain should not stop your ride. If I didn't ride in the rain, my riding season would be 5 months long (like hrv, I'm in Oregon).
Don't understand the post; is there a punchline?Asiago
Oct 29, 2003 11:23 AM
Yes, you busted me, just looking for an excuse not to ride!

Don't want to ride too much these days so that when January comes around and it's only in the 20s for a high, I WILL want to ride. Just ordered my winter MTB shoes, the Lake's...

Asiago