I dont care what you say...

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by yenrod, 17 Apr 2008.

  1. yenrod

    yenrod Guest

    BUT its WINTER :tongue: outside !

    Its either a Northerley - Easterly or a combination of both !!!!!

    Its not funny being on a bike in this weather...

    As I found out this eve.
  2. gbb

    gbb Legendary Member

    You're right...bright but colder than it looks.
    I went to work with a headwindxx(
    I came home with a side/headwind :tongue:
    Went out tonight with mrs gbb for about 12 miles...seemed like a moderately cold wind was coming from everywhichway :angry::wacko:
  3. Mortiroloboy

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    I've been hanging out and bringing in bed linen during the day, interesting when your line runs north /south and the wind is blowing a gale east/west. :tongue:, still not feeling upto the bike, did some fettling today, went out a purchased a Ritchey comp stem, no other reason that it seemed a good idea at the time, and I supported my LBS, did get the offer of a loan of a TT bike from a club member who bumped into, so worth the walk into town for that alone.
  4. Hugo15

    Hugo15 Über Member

    It's freezing at the moment. I have only worn shorts (with leg warmers) once so far this year. Still winter bib tights for me, and a quick look at metcheck suggests the shorts will be staying in the cupboard for a bit longer. I really hope it warms up soon.
  5. OP

    yenrod Guest

    I dont care for the cold; its the wind that gets ya. !

    Just remember - this weather can really sap your strength and god help you if it rains + this cold weather = :tongue:

    ....so, you've been warned !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Says the training god and totally experienced yenrod :angry:
  6. longers

    longers Veteran

    Cheers training god :angry:.

    I'm totally fed up with it so far this year, I walk the dog 5 times a day and am on the bike 4 times every week day and my bones need warming :tongue:.

    yours sincerely,

    Disgruntled of Glossop.
  7. yoyo

    yoyo Senior Member

    It's 7 degrees here tomorrow.
  8. punkypossum

    punkypossum Donut Devil

    It's horrid...and the icy wind really isn't helping my poor sore sinuses! :becool:
  9. OP

    yenrod Guest

    If we cant help each other who can we help...for a starter...!
  10. Crackle

    Crackle Pah

    No, that wind is still cold, there's still lots of snow on the Ben here. Those Daffs might be out but winters grasp is still clinging to the valleys, I think that's what's done for me a bit this week, actually put my waterproof on on Monday as the wind chill was so bad.
  11. OP

    yenrod Guest

    Ive lost a bit of weight recent (the 34" trousers actually fit me :idea:) and you definately feel it - I'm not made for this bloody climate :becool:
  12. Christopher

    Christopher Über Member

    I was reading (on a climbing forum) about a trip up Tryfan in Wales last w/e, so much snow up there it looked like the 1970s!

    There has been a LOT of snow this year, was in the Lakes in Feb and ended up crawling in the snow several times as it was powdery and too deep to walk through. Very unusual - or perhaps we have had so many mild winters that a more normal one seems way colder
  13. I got caught in the snow in northumberland a couple of weeks ago and I have never been so cold in my life. It was a 20mph northerly for two days and it got to the point where even exercise did not warm me up. Once it snowed the damp slowly crept in (after 3+hours of it), and it was horrible. The thought of going out there in the cold again puts me right off. Having said that I'm out for a long one tomorrow...:angry:
  14. domtyler

    domtyler Über Member

    Perhaps you'd be better off staying inside?
    Unless of course the
    Sun comes out! When it is
    You are generally okay to go out.

  15. OP

    yenrod Guest

    gOD, dOM you sound like a Dr - then again Dr Tyler has a ring to it ! :biggrin:
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