Back to Skinny Tires

With Saturday, April 27 weather forecast set to be above 10 degrees C by 11 am along with bright sunshine it will be back to the skinny bike again to ride the 40 km Kleefeld loop.  The stop could include variety of foods like a late breakfast, apple pie, huge cinnamon bun or the standard waffle with accessories.  But without a doubt it will include great Java along with plenty of stories (some true), discussion on human rights, solve a couple of world issues along with good deal of laughter.

Leave time is 11 am, next week (which is May already) move to 9 am leave time.

Remember to bring your helmet, unless you have religious headgear we will insist upon you wearing a helmet.  I wonder if one could buy religious headgear that is CSA approved for bike riding?

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About bigjac

Just a middle-aged man whose blood pressure and cholesterol were out of wack and needed a tuneup, bad. Then I rekindled my love for riding a bike -- just the simple act of turning the cranks. What happened next is I met a lot of neat people who are as nuts as I am. Ride on.

1 thought on “Back to Skinny Tires

  1. I’m curious why a blog encouraging people to go out and get more fresh air and exercise through cycling would mention so many health defeating foods and drinks.
    Apple pie, huge cinnamon bun, waffle, coffee: These are all bad for you.
    How about apples, sprouted wheat and the untold number of healthy teas out there? You seem to mention alcohol a lot in your blogs. This is also another health destroyer not to mention an enormous family destroyer. Your words have impact. Take care in what you broadcast if you care about your readers at all.
    And if you eat such health destroying foods, you have my sympathies I guess. Many slim people die of cancers and heart issues every day. Its the food that is mostly to blame. Having a faster metabolism doesn’t make you immune to these health calamities. Heavy exercise is a great health builder but that is hard without good fuel. Refined flours, simple sugars and coffee do not get you to that goal of good health. Coffee is a strong diuretic pulling water out of your body necessitating far more ingestion of water than would be necessary, not to mention the severe impact it has on people’s nerves. Ever try to talk to a heavy coffee drinker in the morning before they’ve had their fix? Its an addiction to the extreme. You don’t need to hydrate so much if you don’t dehydrate so much. Simple logic.

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