Soon be summer, eh?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Specialized Mick, 8 Feb 2019.

  1. lane

    lane Über Member

    I remember last year winter. I had the flu December / January then just when I thought things would look up we had two weeks beast from the east in March. Then all of a sudden a warm spell in April. I got home from work on an April evening and went out in the lovely warm weather with a short sleeved jersey and the relief was almost indescribable.
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  2. MrBeanz

    MrBeanz Active Member

    Ontario California

    I know a local who does this ride. I'd say he is one of the more rugged riders I know! :training:
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  3. YukonBoy

    YukonBoy Extra solar

    Ultima Thule
    I did it in 2015 and doing it again this year. It is like a street party with 1200km of riding. Fantastic atmosphere.
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  4. Sunny and warm here today and almost summer like :okay:
  5. meta lon

    meta lon Guru

    You've been cycling in Queesgate haven't you..
    It was a cold wind at times.

    Horrible today mind
  6. welsh dragon

    welsh dragon a permanent vacancy now exists

    I hate this weather. I get quite depeessed at this time of year. Can't wait for the spring.
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  7. It was roasting out at Oundle :okay: I'm given today a miss though the 1.5h at threshold yesterday have made me pretty tired and I can't be bothered cleaning the bike.
  8. Alot of us mix up the scales probably for dramatic effect. When the temperatures hit 32 celsius (rarely) it just seems more dramatic to say the country has temps in the 90's ..Farenheit
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  9. MrPie

    MrPie Telling it like it is since 1971

    Perth, Australia
    Don’t know what all the fuss is about......Glorious week of 30C ish here in the city of Perth ‘Stralia :becool:

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  10. Slick

    Slick Veteran

    You may be right, but I reckon my reasons go a bit deeper than that. When I was estimating jobs, I would price them using meters square or if it was a larger job it would be the old London square, but if we won the work I would quite often have to return and re-measure in feet and inches to match it to the material we were using. At the time, I didn't think anything about it, like it was just normal. :blush:
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  11. Dave7

    Dave7 Guru

    I used to work with a guy who regularly mixed his measurement by eg 2 metres x 10 inches. Not as a joke, he just never got into metric.
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  12. mustang1

    mustang1 Veteran

    London, UK
    But at least the days will be longer.
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