When you drop your bike off at the trailer to be transported to Proctor High School on Friday, take a plastic grocery sack and tie it over your saddle. The bikes lay out on the football field overnight, and the dew is generally heavy, so that will keep the saddle nice and dry for the ride the next morning. Also bring a second sack with you to do the same when you check your bike into the corral in Hinckley for the night after the ride on Saturday.
MS-150 2013 recap
06/10/2013 Dr Wingnut Cycling Comments Off on MS-150 2013 recap
Details of my rides on Saturday and Sunday for the MS-150. The statistics on this page are from my cycling computer on the bike. Cyclemeter also keeps statistics, but I do walk around with it […]
06/07/2013 Dr Wingnut General Comments Off on MS-150
Today is the day. The bike is clean and lubricated, and all my junk is packed. Off to Century College to turn in the check I got, get on the bus, and hang out with […]