Dave's Theory......1 mile on exercise bike = 2 miles on the road :)

Dave7

Legendary Member
Location
Cheshire
As I am "in training" for a lengthy ride but DO NOT ENJOY winter cycling I am indoors on the execise bike.
Now (as my wife would agree) I am no Einstein but my theory is based on several facts.

1) Its as boring as hell whereas road cycling can be really enjoyable & interesting.
2) It is constant i.e. no let up........I do 45 minutes flat out........when road cycling I can cruise downhill or whenever
I feel like it.
3) no breeze.......thats important! I have the window open but oh boy do I sweat!

On the up-side...........I can listen to Bruce Springstein or Queen (feel free to substitue any good music) :smile:
That is the basis for Dave's theory!!!!!
 

Rob3rt

Man or Moose!
Location
Manchester
Robert's theory, a minute is a minute and an hour is an hour!
 
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Dave7

Dave7

Legendary Member
Location
Cheshire
Robert's theory, a minute is a minute and an hour is an hour!
And that sir is why you will never be a ground breaking scientific type person...........like wat as ow I am. You need to think outside the box..........think laterally.
If Einstein had had that attitude gravity would never have been invented and we would all be floating around off the ground.
I stick with my scientifically proven theory that 1 mile = 2 miles :smile:
 

Citius

Guest
If Einstein had had that attitude gravity would never have been invented and we would all be floating around off the ground.
It's a good job Einstein didn't discover gravity, then. Or is that what you meant?
 

lee1980sim

Senior Member
Location
South Yorkshire
I can do a steady 30mph on the turbo, as long as I have a 10mm gap between turbo roller and the tyre.
I'm must invest in one of these turbos, 30mph for me consists of hometime and downhill, although I think I could've mustered a bit faster today if the car that just had to be in front of me didn't insist on slowing down every 200 yards once it was in front
 
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