15 Jan Unsolicited advice…
I have been noticing some trends this winter, and thought I’d pass on some advice, even though you didn’t ask.
Fifthly, that mini pump in your pack kind of sucks (see “Fourthly”).
Danny learned not to get a bunch of sealant inside of your glove during an epic flat fix when it’s freezing outside. Apparently that makes for a cold hand.
Mike wasn’t amused…
But everybody else was…
I learned that night riding shots with a camera phone don’t work so well. But Kip Maloneythemaloneboneyponey assured me that if I had a really expensive camera my pics would have still sucked, and then I would break my camera as well.
I also learned that I need to get my lights sorted out, as I started the ride with approximately 48,000 lumens of light power, and finished with just one lonely lumen of lighting. My light was so dim it didn’t even reach to the end of the visor on my helmet.
Thursday night was a great time. We ended up with a crew of 8 riders (and one, just one useable spare tube between us). Hope to get out for another night ride soon, and I will definitely let everybody know when.
That’s all, there’s a box of wine and some bad television calling my name. Yeah, I keep it pretty classy.