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,,,just confessing my sins since i couldn't post on I RODE TODAY post,,,,,

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Any gear recommendations for winter driving?

Why, Bob?  There must be a reason!  Can we help?  The first step toward correcting a problem is admitting that there is a problem. ;-)

there's not going be twelve steps and religion involved will there???? honestly, was just a bit burnt out at work.  i also rode up to waukegan for thanksgiving dinner so i at least put in some miles to make up for me driving in to work the following day.

I just want to note that I was going to take the bus to work today (as justified by trying to shake a stubborn cold) but this thread motivated me to ride both ways.

Bob, you are vindicated!  Howard, probably felt better warm in your layers and not surrounded by others with stubborn colds. ;-)

Do they still teach the kids to keep jumper cables and kitty litter in the trunk during winter?


h' said:

Any gear recommendations for winter driving?

Being bundled in smugness keeps one warm...

h' said:

I just want to note that I was going to take the bus to work today (as justified by trying to shake a stubborn cold) but this thread motivated me to ride both ways.

The voice of experience?

notoriousDUG said:

Being bundled in smugness keeps one warm...

h' said:

I just want to note that I was going to take the bus to work today (as justified by trying to shake a stubborn cold) but this thread motivated me to ride both ways.

You know it.   ;)

h' said:

The voice of experience?

notoriousDUG said:

Being bundled in smugness keeps one warm...

h' said:

I just want to note that I was going to take the bus to work today (as justified by trying to shake a stubborn cold) but this thread motivated me to ride both ways.

i wonder if i could draw a confessional booth around this post? to keep things a little more anonymous and yet still be able to serve our penance? 

I drove the first two days of my work week for the simple reason that I was a lazy bastard and went to bed late, got up late, and didn't feel like riding. Oh yeah, and all my cycling clothes were dirty because I didn't wash them on my weekend (hate wearing dirty cycling shorts - a severe case of crotch-rot will change your perspective on dirty shorts - TMI?), oh yeah, and I had nothing to eat for breakfast so it was easier to drive and stop at Dunkin Donuts. So, how's that sound for some serious justification?

i can totally relate to coffee sometimes deterring me from riding!,,,not an excuse,,,just a weakness.



kiltedcelt said:

I drove the first two days of my work week for the simple reason that I was a lazy bastard and went to bed late, got up late, and didn't feel like riding. Oh yeah, and all my cycling clothes were dirty because I didn't wash them on my weekend (hate wearing dirty cycling shorts - a severe case of crotch-rot will change your perspective on dirty shorts - TMI?), oh yeah, and I had nothing to eat for breakfast so it was easier to drive and stop at Dunkin Donuts. So, how's that sound for some serious justification?

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