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  1. #26
    bike buster
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    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug View Post
    Remember when YOU used to ride your bike...?

    I turned that start/stop beep off on day 1, fukcing annoying. I know when I'm moving, no need to hear a beep telling me so
    Hey, it has two wheels... but I am really looking forward to being on a mountain bike in Downieville this weekend.

  2. #27
    Totally, and to the max.
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    I don't do Strava and I don't talk in acronyms. I do throw killer parties in Downieville, though!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-max View Post
    I don't do Strava and I don't talk in acronyms. I do throw killer parties in Downieville, though!!!
    I'm not that cool. Have fun this w-e.
    Faster is not always better, but it's always more fun

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    Strava got zorg to pedal hard and post about it. That may be their greatest testimonial yet.

    fc

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    Strava got zorg to pedal hard and post about it. That may be their greatest testimonial yet.

    fc
    LOL. So true.
    Faster is not always better, but it's always more fun

  6. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkie View Post
    I had my best KOM result when I rode somewhere I had never been before with Strava. There is something to be said about just going out and riding hard without focusing on the segments. I definitely agree it ruins the fun from a ride.
    It's a poor craftsman who blames the tools. Strava is just a tool and is only as fun or useful as you make it.

    Personally, I've found it a very useful and fun tool. But it requires a lot of self control and discipline not to completely screw up both the fun of riding and the benefit of training to a program.

    - Booker C. Bense

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    Strava... a better stopwatch.
    +1

    I'm slow but I find this to be a cool way to track myself.

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    You guys are looking at it all wrong:

    Only the top quartile use and post their Strava times. It makes me sleep better anyway :-P

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