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I should preface this by saying that for the last six months I did not do any riding and practically nothing athletic.  Gained ten pounds and really was concerned that I would be staring over on the bike, having to build up muscles and stamina for my three upcoming state rides, the first and most grueling less than two months away.  Well, when they say “Just like riding a bike”, it must also mean we don’t lose our muscles.  Unlike a year ago when I’d be really sore after a ride I found the outing with my sons on Saturday quite enjoyable physically and no soreness at all.

Our local city trail heads mostly South and the forecast for Sunday was 15 mph winds from the SW, temps around 72 and dropping to 65 after noon, then winds gusting to 40 mph.  I thought I’d do my favorite 13 mile ride down to Bellevue, NE, and back on the trail, headwind first, then gliding home with the tailwind.  WRONG!  Throughout the ride I kept checking the weather channel on my phone and it always said the forecast was for SW winds but the current conditions consistently said winds from the NW.  I made the 13 miles down in less than an hour and it took over two hours to to get back home in a headwind with cooler temps (and me in just shorts and a thin bike shirt).  About half way home I was fumbling with one of my water bottles, trying to put it back in the under seat holder blindly, quite distracted from my riding when a strong gust of wind hit me and I went down.  A mild case of road rash on my arm, but all is well.

On a bright note I ran into Gloria at the turn around point, Culvers restaurant, a fellow BRAN and RAGBRAI rider I met last year.  We chatted for about 2o minutes, talking of last years trips and our upcoming ones.  She is suggesting we start an adult card group on RAGBRAI.  The teenagers had one last year and had a great time, so I look forward to the adult version.

Well, the season has begun and barring any further close encounters with the trail, I am looking forward to the next seven weeks of intensive training in preparation for BRAN.

Last Saturday, April 9, I went for a 13 mile ride with my two youngest children, Alex and Aric.  We have a city trail head just blocks from our house but some city sewer construction project has the most of the first mile blocked so we put the recumbents in the back of the pickup and the road bike on the used Yakima bike rack I had just installed on my 1972 Super Beetle (worked great).

It was most pleasant to ride with my two youngest (ages 16 and 19), something I don’t think we have done in probably a decade.  I’m pleased to see they are both taking an interest in riding and hope this is the start of many more rides.

Yep, we heard of a recumbent bike over in Griswold, Iowa, that was in need of a good home and on April 2 my son Aric and I drove our 1972 VW camper bus over to pick it up.  This recumbent, under the loving care of Duane, was quite different from other other adoptee, my Burley Canto.  The steering is under the seat and the rider position is much more laid back.  I enjoyed the drive over and back, as it was one of the first nice Saturdays of the year and a chance to get my vintage VW another adoptee) out for a country drive.  Additionally, half of the 50 mile drive is on the same highway as a stretch of RAGBRAI which I will be participating in this July.

We could not even wait to get the bike home to embrace it and let it know it was loved.  We stopped at a parking lot and took turns developing the bonds that only a recumbent rider can nurture.  It was splendid!

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My son Aric was anxious to try the bike on the local trails so grabbed my bike and did about seven miles.  A great first ride and he did better than I probably would have with that unique steering method.

Last Tuesday our high was zero degrees and today I think it hit 62 degrees.  We are going to need a good drying out and a lot of gravel off the roads and sidewalks before I venture out, but the sunshine and warmth does excite me and has me more than eager to take the bike outside.

Once a month the local recumbent bike club, the order Pregabalin online, does a group ride.  During the winter months they opt for breakfast instead and I was finally able to join them on Saturday.  Eleven of us total, it was great to hear the stories of past rides and aspirations of future ones.

February breakfast meeting of the County Cruisers (I'm front right)

Negative seven degrees this morning, windchill I don’t even want to talk about.  Will this winter ever end??? I am getting increasingly fat and lazy!

All I can think about is getting on the bike, and NOT on the trainer.  I want fresh air, sunshine, warmth and yes, I even want a headwind on the uphill!  (Did I really say that?)

So, what does one do when they are impatiently waiting for that first warm day outside on the bike?  For me, I’m getting the bike ready for summer (and occasionally doing the trainer). This is especially hard as my recumbent bike maker, Burley, no longer makes recumbents and sold off their inventory of parts.  But I am a resourceful little bugger and with the help of my good friend Google, I not only am finding the parts I need I even found the i need to buy Pregabalinthat bought the rights to make the Burley designed recumbents and has parts.  Actually, I need to back track.  Google helped, but some friendly fellow recumbent rider, back in June during an agonizing climb up some hill on cheap Pregabalin 150mg, told me about this company in Tennessee who bought the rights.

So far I have replaced the seat back on my bike, which ripped out during the Fall rides.  Not the best design if you ask me, so I reinforced the top and bottom of the seat with strapping to give extra support.  You see, the problem is on the uphill climbs most regular bike riders can stand up and put the force of their whole body weight in to each pedal force.  With a recumbent rider, your pedals are about 90 degrees in front of you and you have neither weight or gravity to provide any assistance.  My solution is to push back into the seat, which gives me a greater force on the pedals.  It also tore out the top of the seat.  We will see if my solution works or not at the end of my anticipated 3000 mile summer.

During buy Pregabalin australialast July I noticed I was getting some slippage off of a middle gear on the rear cassette.  Examination shows a lot of wear there so it’s time to replace that.  Not taking any chances that my chain may be the cause, I am replacing it as well at the front crankset.  Got real lucky on the front crankset on ebay, finding two of the original brand used for less than the price of a new one, so I bought both.  That way I will have a replacement set for the future.  Reason it was such a great deal is it was missing the left pedal assembly.  Heck, I have that, I just need the sprocket sets, so I really got lucky.

As we have no knowledgeable recumbent shops here in Omaha, I’ve contacted my favorite shop, Pregabalin 150mg buy in Minneapolis, MN, seeing if they can come up with the proper chain and cassette.  Great shop, great staff, can’t say enough about them!

Each year RAGBRAI has a big party in Des Moines, IA, where they announce the overnight towns that have been selected for the up comping summer route.  Last night that event occurred and I was able to watch it live on my computer via their website.  Not sure how many were in attendance in Des Moines, but from the counter on my screen there were over 2,500 viewers watching online.

Leading up to the announcement they interviewed several people who have either ridden on the ride in the past or are there representing towns that were wanting the ride to stay overnight or pass through.  Any participation in RAGBRAI can mean a real economic boost for these towns.

The towns were soon announced and I was trilled to see the route for this year.  The starting point is in Glenwood,  just a short distance from Omaha where I live.  From there they travel to Atlantic, Carroll, Boone, Altoona, Grinnell and Coralville before finishing the in Davenport.  The route has a total of 454 miles and 21,206 feet of climb.

The longest day ride, from Grinnell to Coraville is about 73 miles.  The shortest from Boone to Altoona is about 56 miles.  Average daily mileage is around 65 miles which is very reasonable in my opinion.  The true measure of the ride, though will be to see the elevation charts for each day.  Pass through towns are expected to be announced sometime in March, after which we can determine the true elevation each day (and the worst hills each day).

Time to get off the computer and back on my bike trainer.  I am just itching to get outside on the bike, but the ground is covered with snow and it is snowing again as I write.  Will this winter ever end???  It is starting to remind me of one of my favorite movie, Groundhogs Day, where Bill Murry lives the same day over and over.

I guess I just like to be different.  I was the only snowboarder in our ski club in the late 1990’s.  I drive two 39 year old VW’s and I prefer a recumbent to a regular bicycle any day of the week.  When I am riding my Burley recument, people on the trails are always asking about them, are they easier, are they more comfortable, etc, so I thought I’d start a series of blogs about them, explaining what I know and why they are popular.

I guess if one needs to find a place to start, the history of recumbents would be the place.  The earliest recumbents were created in the middle of the 19th century and although you see some around, they have never gained the prominance that normal bicycles do.  Frankly, they probably never will, but they do have a following and always will.

Riders ride in a reclined position, some nearly horizontal, and because of this are very aerodynamic.  In the early 1930’s recumbent bicyclists were beating world land speed records and races to such a point that they were banned from traditional bike races and have been pretty much to this day.  Now, I have to say they must not have been riding up hill as my experience shows these bikes are not fast climbers, but I can say I zip by everyone on the downhills (I’ve gotten up above 30 mph).  If recumbents were allowed in these races I’m sure there would be more interest in them and more available in bike shops.

Recumbent bikes have a lower center of gravity and distribute the bikers weight out over the bike more.  They are usually heavier than a traditional bike, but as stated above, they can go faster because of their aerodynamic design.

In my next blog on recumbents I’ll discuss the differences between them.  Future blogs will include:

How to select a recumbent Where to buy them Secrets to riding them Where to find parts and accessories Recumbent organizations

I’ve begun training for my first distance bike ride of the year, which is just five months away in early June.  BRAN, which stands for the Bike Ride Across Nebraska, is a seven day ride taking a different route across Nebraska by bicycle each year.  This years where can i purchase Pregabalinlooks more like a bell curve on a graph when you see it on the map.  Unlike last years ride, my first BRAN, which took nearly a straight line across our very long state, this one heads Northeast out of Brady, then near the top of the state heads Southeast to Waterloo which is just a few miles from my house.

BRAN last year, which was my first distance ride ever, was so exhausting I found it difficult to get back on my bike for two weeks afterwords.  I’m going to have to be in much better shape this year as I have another distance ride, were to buy Pregabalin, just 10 days after BRAN.  Of course, my big setback last year was a serious sprained ankle in April.  Hopefully I don’t injury myself training this year as I have three big trips planned.  But injuries are always a possibility in this sport. And I’m discovering at my age these injuries kind of stay with you as my ankle has been bothering me since the weather turned colder.  But, hey, nothing stops a dedicated bicyclist.  It’s the wheels on the bike we worry about, not so much the technique or time it takes us to get to our destination.

If you are not familiar with these distant rides, most ask participants to vote on various factors for each of the host cities so they can try to return to these towns every few years.  This can be a real economic boom to these small towns and there is competition to be the best host towns.  This year’s route stops at one of last years host towns which was one of my favorites, Burwell.  And this time we get to ride along Lake Calamus, which we missed last year because of a different route through town.

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Here is the complete route for 2011:

Sunday, June 5th, Brady to Callaway – 62 miles

Monday, June 6th, Callaway to Burwell – 71 miles

Tuesday, June 7th, Burwell to Bassett – 68 miles

Wednesday, June 8th, Bassett to O’Neill – 49 miles

Thursday, June 9th, O’Neill to Battle Creek – 68 miles

Friday, June 10th, Battle Creek to Oakland – 70 miles

Saturday, June 11th, Oakland to Waterloo – 49 miles

Total Mileage – 437 Miles!!!

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I had been trying to find additional rides this year, but was getting discouraged as most had a starting point over 500 miles from home or were too close to my other two rides  This one starts less than 60 miles from my house and I can leave my vehicle there for the ride home.  Actually, my location is quite good for my two distance rides as well, as the buses for can you buy Pregabalin over the counter in mexicoand my can i buy Pregabalin over the counter in spaincharter (where do i buy Pregabalin) are less than 10 miles from home.

Tour de Nebraska Route:

Wednesday (June 22) Syracuse-Brownville 60 miles Thursday (June 23) Brownville-Pawnee City 65 miles Friday (June 24) Pawnee City-Fairbury 70 miles Saturday (June 25) Fairbury-Wilber 51 miles Sunday (June 26) Wilber-Syracuse 60 miles ESTIMATED TOTAL: 306 MILES

Living in Omaha, expecting the unexpected when it comes to weather, I’ve been off the bike and any other form of exercise for two months now.  Life, work and weather kind of got in the way and to be honest, after training so hard, usually over a dozen hours a week, for over a year so I could do buy Pregabalin without prescription and buy Pregabalin tablets online, I needed a break.  Plus my fitness center was threatening to go out of business so I had not renewed my membership.

January 1 – New year – New year resolutions

First mistake!  I got on the scales.  I knew my clothes were fitting tight, but TEN POUNDS????  Okay, diet started on January 1 and I have been doing pretty good so far, have lost one pound.

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Read reviews, tried out a few at the local bike store and finally settled on a CycleOps Fluid 2 trainer from Amazon (mainly there because I had a $200 in holiday gift money).  It arrived yesterday and those who reported the instructions were certainly lacking in parts descriptions were right.   I managed to figure it out.  Here is a nice video I found.  buy Pregabalin uk

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Trying out the trainer for the first time it Amazingly quiet!  So glad I spent the extra bucks for a quality fluid trainer.  My youngest son is helping me and indicates there is a little hum and he could feel a vibration on the wood floor.  I sent him downstairs to see if it can be heard in my daughters room and then pedal hard, trying to be a noisy as possible.  “Barely noticeable,” he yells.  All is well.  Or so I thought.  After two months off the bike, I was slightly winded.  Then, walking downstairs I had a muscle cramp!!!  OMG, I’ve lost everything I worked a year to gain!!!

Or so I thought.

This morning I donned the bike gear and hopped on the bike for ten minutes at moderate pace.  All well, no pain, felt good.  Tomorrow I’ll add another ten minutes and keep doing so until I’m up to an hour, which is my daily goal.  Then I’ll start varying my regime to build up strength and endurance.  More about that later.