I have to wait a bit... non-existent funds.
GREAT idea ! But I have seen at least attempts at it, but not on head-fi.
Busy as hell these days - these are few minutes of respite in-between...
Thank you. Please see http://www.head-fi.org/t/549616/post-a-photograph-of-your-turntable/2625 post #2637 - for captions .
Strange event happened today. Normally I ride my bike to work, but the last few weeks, it's been raining everyday (Portland), so I've been driving. Today however, it has gotten cold enough to ice up, and I got home much longer (about 30 min longer) than it takes to ride my bike because it took so long to defrost my windows. Had to take multiple trips from the parking lot and to work to get warm water.
Should I drive, or suck it up and ride my bike? I think it will be like this from now on.
The thing is I've switched to a different position at work last month, and it has made me more tired than usual because I'm running around the building the whole day. I was afraid that I'd be too tired to even ride my bike home. I even clock out later than normal.
That's an easy one for me, but I'm in the armchair quarterback position. I'd say as long as you have the right gear (fenders, wide/studded tires, etc.), layer properly, and give yourself enough time, biking is the way to go. I live near Austin, TX right now, so we don't get weather like you're describing, but I plan to move to CO in the near future. Once I'm up there, I'll definitely be attempting winter commuting.
This video and the commuting subforum on bikeforums.net are my motivation. Plus, I love cycling
Hey there guys !
What do you think of these jackets: