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Feb 15 - Learn to bike in all weather conditions

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When you are young cycling in winter is doable (if slippery). When you get older you realize the futility of taking such stupid risks.
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people
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Quentin5 wrote: When you are young cycling in winter is doable (if slippery). When you get older you realize the futility of taking such stupid risks.
Depends a lot on city infrastructure investment. In some countries it is not uncommon for seniors to cycle year round. They're healthier and not obese like North Americans. Here we're still quite slow at putting in safe lanes for cyclists.
I'm serious as cancer when I say rhythm is a dancer.
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sprung wrote: Depends a lot on city infrastructure investment. In some countries it is not uncommon for seniors to cycle year round. They're healthier and not obese like North Americans. Here we're still quite slow at putting in safe lanes for cyclists.
I think it depends on location/country. Edmonton, Ottawa, Montreal, Winnipeg in the middle of winter. No.
Toronto. I still wouldn't
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburgers eat people

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