It was raining again this morning, I am now resigned to getting wet every day this week looking at the met. Oh well, that's cycling! Rain means no helmet cam too.
I made a slight alteration to my road bike at the weekend too, after last weeks bout of forgetfullness re the bum bag with my tools in it I got a Topeak saddlebag, that way everything is on my bike at all times. It's big enough for a spare tube, multi tool, tyre levers, puncture repair kit, a cloth and even my mini pump!
While I was at it I put my lights back on the bike. I didn't enjoy that. That has a load of negative implications that I don't even want to think about!
Anyway, the finished article looks something like this:
Stats for the ride:
Started: 20 Jul 2010 05:41:53
Ride Time: 40:03
Stopped Time: 0:00
Distance: 11.86 miles
Average: 15.51 miles/h
Fastest Speed: 46.29 miles/h
Climb: 333 feet
Mucking about with my bike got me thinking. Do you ever arrive at a perfect set up for your bike? It seems to me we're always changing components, altering bits'n'pieces, tweaking this and that.
So here's the question for you.
What is the longest time your bike has stayed in one form without you mucking about with it or adding and removing stuff?