You’ve had a bike for awhile and you’ve decided the bike has some limitations. You want to upgrade it because you like it otherwise. “Is it worth upgrading?” you ask.
Well, it depends.
It depends on what it is and what you plan to do with it. How old is it? Do you plan to keep the upgraded parts longer than the frame?
Is My Bike Worth Upgrading? full post
(1759 words, 2 images, estimated 7:02 mins reading time)
Sorry for the long interval between posts, readers. Grad school is hitting me hot & heavy. My thesis proposal got accepted (after half my data was collected already) and now it’s time to move on. Lots of computer work has been done this semester, and this summer will bring lots of processing and number crunching in order to meet a hopeful Fall 2011 graduation deadline. I had wanted to finish by the time I was 30. At this rate, I might be able to make it before I hit 31.
May Is National Bike to Work Month! full post
(551 words, estimated 2:12 mins reading time)
6 January 2010 got me going on the indoor trainer for the first time of the year. I’m not in very good shape for outdoor riding yet, and besides, it’s even chilly down here in Texas. I’d be relegated to road riding, and that’s too cold most of the time for road riding. Since I’m not fit or strong enough for the trails yet, that puts me indoors.
First Trainer Ride of 2010 full post
(321 words, 1 image, estimated 1:17 mins reading time)