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Old 01-06-2009, 09:06 AM   #31
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i believe that street looks familiar
All the streets here look like that. The spot in the photo is around 10 miles away from our house, as the crow flies.
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Old 01-06-2009, 09:09 AM   #32
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tell me this oh Cydez HI CYDEZ!

I cycle too, only, not as often and as good as you would.

what do you eat beforehand for energy?
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Old 01-07-2009, 09:45 AM   #34
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tell me this oh Cydez HI CYDEZ!

I cycle too, only, not as often and as good as you would.

what do you eat beforehand for energy?
I usually don't eat anything special beforehand, but I do avoid junk foods or heavy foods before rides. I don't like to have a huge meal right before a ride. It works better (for me) to have something light, then eat during the ride.

Jessica finds that a banana coated with honey is a good pre-ride snack. I've also made smoothies (out of frozen fruit, honey, and soy milk, blended) before rides.

During the ride I find it very helpful to have a supply of some sort of carb drink (like Cytomax) along with some water. On long or hot weather rides I usually carry a 1-liter bottle of water and a 1-liter bottle of Cytomax. A carb drink seems to absorb faster than solid foods (like Power bars, which I also carry) or gels (I carry those too).

The most important thing on a long ride is to keep the fluids and the carbs flowing steadily.
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I would have potatoes, I find they give me energy, then chewing blueberries, all about an hour beforehand.
Bananas are excellent, they really are. yea, I cannot cycle too far as I have yet to get a wee bottle attachment for the bike.

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Old 01-07-2009, 11:51 AM   #36
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I would have potatoes, I find they give me energy, then chewing blueberries, all about an hour beforehand.
Bananas are excellent, they really are. yea, I cannot cycle too far as I have yet to get a wee bottle attachment for the bike.

LOL!
Well there's always the woods! Just be sure to carry a tissue with you when you ride.
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Old 01-07-2009, 12:01 PM   #37
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oh no NO, I meant a wee bottle as in a bottle for the bike, I attach a WATER bottle to the bike, I just call it a wee bottle as its Norn Irish for 'small' bottle.

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I gotta get one in Spring, LOL!
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I got some athletes foot cream yesterday that said it was also for jock itch.


If its making your balls feel anything like the relief my feet are feeling...

aaaawwwww yeaaaaaah.
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I got some athletes foot cream yesterday that said it was also for jock itch.
The proper way to apply that, btw is to first smear it on your foot, then rub your foot against your jewels (this may take some practice). Cures both conditions this way though.

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Im afraid I have no jewels to smear it on.
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I enjoy the fact that Dalton not only has jock itch, but a very specific jock itch, as indicated by the use of the definite article the.

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under armour has an extensive ball sack research department. perhaps you should check them out.

or maybe you have crabs.
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I would have potatoes, I find they give me energy, then chewing blueberries, all about an hour beforehand.
"Chewing blueberries?" That's one of the greatest phrases I have ever heard. Maddie was ON FIRE when she posted this thread. Fortunately, she's not here to read this or she would get embarrassed.
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