Bicycle and components for sale, three sets
I used to ride with the Randonneurs of Ontario club. Some of the equipment I’m selling was purchased specifically for rides with this club. I have purchased a new bicycle with disc brakes, and thru-axels. I am sadly parting with the following equipment because it is not compatible with my new bike.
There are three sets of items I am selling:
1. Specialized Tarmac Quick Step Expert, 2007, 54cm, with race wheels, $1500
2. Special equipment (wheels, battery/charger, and light) for long distance riding, $400
3. Training wheels, $300
All wheels (6 total) are equipped for rim brakes. All rear wheels come with a 10 speed cassette, with conventional teeth arrangements, either 12-27 or 11-28.
The Hills of Hockley is a 200 kilometre ride planned and organized by the Randonneurs of Ontario, the club I ride with. Yesterday I rode this event, completing the ride in a duration of 11.5 hours.
The planned route can be viewed here.
My ride, with statistics, can be viewed here.
Although I came to the end of my endurance in the final fifty kilometres, I am becoming more satisfied with my performance as a cyclist.
My first solo bicycle trip around Lake Ontario.
Rolling Breakthrough! Read all about it!
I'm becoming a better roller.
This might be my last rolling session for May, as there is so much going on. I am happy with the numbers shown in the graph.
The blue line represents speed in km/h.
The red line is my heart rate (bpm).
My age right now is a prime number. My age is greater than the number of kilometres in a marathon. Soon I will be turning X, where X is the product of a perfect square, and a prime number. Can you determine how old I will be turning?
My bicycle trip with my dad, no car, just 560 kilometres of travel completed by leg power was a complete success. My dad is at a “significant milestone” in his age – he was able to do 8 kilometres for each year he is old. He was stoic in silently suffering some discomfort in the region of the Ischial Tuberosity.
Our trip had some mis-adventure, but that’s part of a bicycle trip! We accomplished our objective, ate and drank as much as we liked, and didn’t gain weight!
We had some awkward moments, and I hope my dad sees the humour in all of it, as I do.
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