We are back, finally, with a new show for you fine ladies and gentlemen. It’s been pretty hectic over here, hence the delay.

Starting off with a look at the Strava club, which is a very strong group! To make the top 10, you need to be riding over 115 miles per week! HOLY CATS!!! Plus, Brian tells us about his upcoming crazy rides. He is going to ride the STP in 1 day (!!!) and the RSVP. If you are planning on riding either of these, be sure to let us know, Brian will need someone to share the crazy with!

An update on where you guys are coming from to listen to the show and I’m proud to say, now that we have completed our first lap around the sun, we are, officially, world famous! Thank you! We finish with Brian giving us some tips on changing a tire because I really suck at it, getting schooled by dudes on recumbant bikes and a beer update.

We will be back on schedule. Again, thank you for your patience!

 



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  1. About changing a flat. Brian was correct with what he shared. I use some other tricks that I picked up from my mountain biking days. First, if you’re removing the rear wheel, it’s better to put the chain in the smallest or outside gear. It makes it easier to get the wheel on and off. Also, I’ve also been told that after you do your first pumping, before you put the wheel back on your bike and ride it, it’s good to let the air back out and pump it back up again. This allows the tube to unfold any twists or kinks inside the tire before you put full pressure or weight in it.

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