This post has been a few weeks in the making, but please forgive me. I’ve been riding my new bike when I haven’t been working. It’s nice that even though my workload has increased, my riding miles have also increased because of this new bike.
The great thing about this bike is that it doesn’t matter where I take it. It can handle trails OR roads. Now I’m not doing Scooby at the SFA Rec Trails on this thing, but I can get a dose of dirt on it when I need one.
Just this evening I took receipt of a pair of Magicshine bike lights. These things have been around for awhile and there’s lots of discussion about them around the web. They’ve got their fans, and certainly their detractors.
I got them because I am at the point in my physical recovery that I can probably get back on the bike soon. When I can do that, I probably won’t be ready for the mountain bike yet. I still need a lot of strength and stamina. But I WILL be able to start commuting by bike again. It will help me get back into shape for mountain biking. Part of commuting is getting your bike outfitted with adequate safety gear.
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