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Location : Oskaloosa, Iowa

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PostSubject: Fitness Writing, Part V   Fitness Writing, Part V EmptyFri Sep 12, 2014 6:11 am

Let's bike! http://stephenbrayton.wordpress.com/2014/09/12/fitness-writing-part-v/
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PostSubject: Re: Fitness Writing, Part V   Fitness Writing, Part V EmptyFri Sep 12, 2014 7:33 am

I have three articles that  must be finished today and I just don't have word one.  I have a lovely bike in the garage, but the seat is uncomfortable.  I will take a lesson from you and finally get a new seat.  I think biking stimulates the brain.  I haven't been in such a long time because last time left me in misery - and here the traffic is dangerous.  The driving elderly just don't seem to think about bicycles.  Many years ago I had a men's racing bike with sew up tires.  One son rode it off the dock when we were sailing and that was the end of it.  Fortunately not the end of him.  Now I have a woman's bike with no crossbar to speak of.  It looks silly but is a lot easier to exit in a hurry - just not a comfortable seat though.
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PostSubject: Re: Fitness Writing, Part V   Fitness Writing, Part V EmptyFri Sep 12, 2014 3:18 pm

My bike is still a bit small. I need to raise the handlebars. I'm glad there are bike and walking paths around Des Moines because I wouldn't trust those 'bike lanes' on the streets.
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I know to have comfortable knees I need to raise my seat too high to reach the ground with my feet.  That is a worry.  So, to be safe, I crunch in the knees and ouch, pain.  Thus, better to have a well-fitting bike for more comfort and more riding pleasure.
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