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  1. #25


    Join Date: Dec 2011
    Location: vancouver, bc

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    same here on the west coast. This time of year the sun is down by 4 and our winter is all rain so it's dodgy as hell to be out on the roads
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  3. #26


    Join Date: Jul 2009
    Location: Manchester, UK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    For me, Rory, I don't really have much of a choice - I live in a part of the world where road biking is just out of the picture for several months a year, between the snow, ice, and road salt. It's either not do it at all and lose a lot of ground over the winter, or hit the trainer. And Zwift REALLY makes it way more tolerable.
    Oh I totally get it, it's just not for me I can't deal with the trainer so I have a cyclocross bike for shit weather and snow.
    Still, I invariably lose a lot of fitness and gain some ballast every winter Mountain biking is good in winter too, but I think it gets colder for you guys than it does in the UK. I had a blast riding in the snow last winter though. Oddly it was more rideable than when the weather hovers up and down around freezing point, as that usually breeds loads of black ice etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Rory literally moved to New Zealand to avoid having to ride the trainer in the winter. I'll give him props for the outstanding life choice, while at the same time pointing out that his life and mine are quite different.
    Exactly! That's how much I hate turbo trainers, I'd rather travel to the bottom of the world instead.
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    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Helsinki, Finland
    ME: 1990-91 Ibanezes
    MA: Seagull S6
    MB: Ibanez SR500
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post


    Oh, Boston is notorious for this - even if the roads were clear, it's late November and sunset tonight is already 4:12PM.
    Over here it's at 3:20 PM. I barely see the sun because it's dark when I go to work and dark when I leave from work.

    Luckily most of my (short) commute has bicycle paths so it's pretty safe to cycle with my cyclocross with studded tyres.
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  6. #28


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Boston, MA
    ME: Suhr Modern
    MB: EBMM Stingray 5
    Rig: Axe-Fx 3 / Kemper / 5150

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ror3h View Post
    Exactly! That's how much I hate turbo trainers, I'd rather travel to the bottom of the world instead.
    The ultimate Rule 5.

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  7. #29


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Somerville, Ma
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    I second Chris!
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