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    It's gonna get dangerously hot.

    Tomorrow! I can feel it.

    If you're not prepared to ride in the heat, wait til the end of the week or the weekend. Our spoiled bodies are just not used to this kind of riding weather.

    It's mid-90s already in a lot of places and the heat is just now moving in!

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    Use caution so you're not at Coe or Kennedy at 3pm!

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    It's 94 in Fairfax right now and I'm melting. Screw working from home - tomorrow, it's off to the office and its AC!!! I think a trip the Scoop might be in order for tonight.
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    I think a night ride in the order...too hot to ride during the day.

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    I love it!!! Finally getting a little summer!
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    yep finally getting hot, supposed to be 109 here tomorrow. I'll be riding at 6:00pm it should still be pretty "warm"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Tomorrow! I can feel it.

    If you're not prepared to ride in the heat, wait til the end of the week or the weekend. Our spoiled bodies are just not used to this kind of riding weather.

    It's mid-90s already in a lot of places and the heat is just now moving in!

    http://www.wunderground.com/wunderma...r=0&ads=0&pb=0

    Use caution so you're not at Coe or Kennedy at 3pm!

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    Considering the temp in Napa Saturday when I hit the trail at Berryessa, yep, definitely, and I have just finished scrubbing out my CamelBack Bladder. If I have a chance this week, I want to consider Coe as soon as I get a Tick Spoon.

    @"The Other Shane" you guys riding around town at all in the evenings? I'm thinking also of over there or even Stanford, maybe 7-9:30pm, yea/nay?

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    It was actually cool today at the bottom of Skeggs (Jurassic Park bridge elev 750 ft.). Might hit up Purisima next... that whole area is great on these hot days.

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    I just did a dusk into the night ride on the road, that was just "warm" and painful the entire ride....

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    At 5:30 pm, I passed by Waterdog and the temperature was 95 degrees. When I got to Russian Ridge in Skyline blvd, it was 81.

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    5:30pm @ Bear Creek and 17, 99 according to the car temperature guage. Clearly a sign that doing Kennedy would be a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    At 5:30 pm, I passed by Waterdog and the temperature was 95 degrees. When I got to Russian Ridge in Skyline blvd, it was 81.

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    Yep, it actually cooled down a little. You should've kept moving towards the coast..cool breezes in Montara?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBShane
    I love it!!! Finally getting a little summer!
    ^^^ this! Been feeling suspiciously like Fall already, I was about to go in my room & begin cutting again. Allegedly will be 105 in Morgan Hill 2morrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by greasemeat
    ...Allegedly will be 105 in Morgan Hell 2morrow
    Fixed it for you.

    Who's down for a night ride? We'll need more people out here, to offset the fact a kitty seemed to want to follow me around tonight as I looked back at the rustling in the bushes. Same as last year.. I must be just fast enough or enough of a threat to not bother with? Nice big golden eyes staring back at my MiNewt light..lame. The 5 mile ride was nice though. The Weather Channel's info is off..I just verified it's 70 degrees outside and in the house the baby monitor says 82 degrees. I'm taking me a cold shower and turning the fans on. Gonna try to hide indoors as much as possible the next week.
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    7 AM here in the Oakland Hills and already 77 degrees.... I better start my ride by 7:30......

    Going to be hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by obionespeedonly
    Yep, it actually cooled down a little. You should've kept moving towards the coast..cool breezes in Montara?
    Yeah, I did a road ride yesterday up to Pacifica, dropped down to the coast and the tps dropped 20F. Rode over Montara and the sea breeze kept it in the low 80s. Down by the water, it was 75F - the beaches were busy!

    I climbed back up Purisima Creek and it stayed cool the whole way once off Higgins-Purisima Rd, although it had cooled in the bay too.

    Thinking I might hit up Skeggs today and hope for similar coolness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greasemeat
    ^^^ this! Been feeling suspiciously like Fall already, I was about to go in my room & begin cutting again. Allegedly will be 105 in Morgan Hill 2morrow

    Dude, you're so emo...

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    Hot days are perfect for night rides! Go plug in your chargers now so you are ready for tonight. Added bonus, tonight is the full moon! See you out there................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piranha426
    It's 94 in Fairfax right now and I'm melting. Screw working from home - tomorrow, it's off to the office and its AC!!! I think a trip the Scoop might be in order for tonight.
    Yeah. Work from home is overrated when it hits mid 90s.

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    Today is great and can enjoy my 2 day summer.

    For lunch I will check out all the talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baycat
    For lunch I will check out all the talent.
    That's the best part of hot weather!
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    Hmm, projected 107 for San Rafael. When it gets warmer than 85 in my apartment my container of bacon fat liquefies. Mmmm, bacon..

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    It's full moon tonight which means night ride.

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    Already 92...

    my ride homes going to be cookin

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    It'll finally be warm on my ride, which is entirely under canopy. Normally it's way too cold on the ride here. Phew, I am so glad I don't have the hellish summers.
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    I just walked around outside. 100 degrees in Redwood Shores.

    It's really not that hot... compared to Phoenix or Redding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg K
    It'll finally be warm on my ride, which is entirely under canopy. Normally it's way too cold on the ride here. Phew, I am so glad I don't have the hellish summers.
    I did not need to see Banana Slug's having foreplay right now, thanks for the laugh!

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    It's 87 F at Stinson Beach right now. Why am I at work?


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    100 in Folsom right now.

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    Had 101 in the shade in Belmont as a high at 3pm it is 100..

    Rode with my brother at Water Dog and while he isn't fast, the heat mixed with ride and he bonked big.. Had to push him all the way out of San Juan Canyon back to my house.. A bit of pasta and he is no longer wanting to disown me.

    If you click the details on the Garmin image, you can see the temp rise to over 100 in sun at Water Dog!
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    106 at my house right now in Saratoga. But I think it has peaked out. I'm going to ride my cross bike in Pescadero!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    106 at my house right now in Saratoga. But I think it has peaked out. I'm going to ride my cross bike in Pescadero!!

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    Here ya go, these are offical temps from a combo of aviation weather and reporting stations.
    As of 2315Z (1615 local)

    San Jose Airport 105 F
    Fremont-Center/Mowry 112 F
    Los Gatos - Blossom Hill/LG Blvd 108 F
    Barstow Ca. 123 F (highest I can find)

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    106 at 4:30 pm in Santa Rosa. No AC at home. I think I'll sleep outside tonight.
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    102 on my ride home from work. 13.3 mi on the road and I didn't get one drop of sweat on me. So hot it evaporated. Once I got to my house the sweat started dripping like I was in a shower. Speaking of a shower I think there is a cold shower in my near future.
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    76 here in Laguna Beach with a nice cool ocean breeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dstepper
    76 here in Laguna Beach with a nice cool ocean breeze.

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    you are teh sux...

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    I rode Jones after the sun dipped below the hills. I saw a jogger who was dangerously hot but the air felt good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo
    I rode Jones after the sun dipped below the hills. I saw a jogger who was dangerously hot but the air felt good.

    Was the jogger dangerously hot like this?
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    I did not need to see Banana Slug's Elvira having foreplay right now, thanks for the laugh!


    edit- wait a minute, I take that back.
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    Fun times out at Waterdog earlier this evening. I started the ride by wetting my jersey at the water fountain. Although it was pretty warm, it wasn't quite as bad as we thought it would be, especially since we stayed out of the direct sun. Post ride burritos and beer outside on a warm evening was the way to go, too!
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    Here's my ride at Russian Ridge. It was 91 up there but not 104 like my office area.

    I did some explorin. Then the sun set. Then the moon rose.

    Here's the ghetto iphone photos

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    Obnoxiously hot on my commute ride after work. My dash gauge in my van showed 108 in Granite Bay when I got there. It felt like the temp was hotter than that in the sun in some places on the American River bike path going through Folsom. I really hate when you inhale air that is hotter than that which you exhale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Here's my ride at Russian Ridge. It was 91 up there but not 104 like my office area.

    I did some explorin. Then the sun set. Then the moon rose.

    Here's the ghetto iphone photos

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    Pacifica was great Tuesday night. The only bad part was the first drag of warm water from my camelbak as it had been sitting in my car for 9 hours while I was at work. I tried not to think about what was growing in there. Some how the water never got cold - Shocking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeBC
    I see you remembered your helmet this time
    You only assume I had my helmet.


    Quote Originally Posted by Hel Mot
    Pacifica was great Tuesday night. The only bad part was the first drag of warm water from my camelbak as it had been sitting in my car for 9 hours while I was at work. I tried not to think about what was growing in there. Some how the water never got cold - Shocking!
    Ain't that a biatch. I had one bottle with solid ice! My other bottle was in the car and near the boiling point.

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    It was 86 degrees F when I left my office in Monterey yesterday. Not sure how hot it was by the time I arrived home, in the hills about half way between Monterey and Salinas, but I sure noticed the heat when I made the turn off Hwy 68 to head uphill for the last 1.7 miles. My next door neighbor works in Salinas and said it was a good 10 degrees hotter there.
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    Ugh....

    9 am, and its already pretty toasty out here in Martinez.

    The house was pretty uncomfortable last night and this morning in Oakland. Spanish tile retains heat like crazy, and radiates it back into the house. It's better since we got the house insulated, but it's still pretty bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot
    9 am, and its already pretty toasty out here in Martinez.

    The house was pretty uncomfortable last night and this morning in Oakland. Spanish tile retains heat like crazy, and radiates it back into the house. It's better since we got the house insulated, but it's still pretty bad.
    Driving through Sunol yesterday...
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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
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    Another day of baking the noggin

    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot
    9 am, and its already pretty toasty out here in Martinez.

    The house was pretty uncomfortable last night and this morning in Oakland. Spanish tile retains heat like crazy, and radiates it back into the house. It's better since we got the house insulated, but it's still pretty bad.
    riding to /from work. I figure its good heat acclimation training and i dont have to do during a good MTB ride. Just suck up some car exhaust.

    Im "running" on 2 nights of sleep deprivation due to the heat. Tonite i use the AC window unit..

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles
    Driving through Sunol yesterday...
    that is haught. That is, if it isn't residual heat around the temp sensor from leaving the car parked in the sun

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    I decided to ride up Lomas Contadas for the first time yesterday on my way home from Walnut Creek to Berkeley. I even froze my water bottles but those unthawed quickly.

    I was zigzagging all the way up that thing (12.5% average), damn road bike gearing, my lowest gear is 39x27, I wish I used my mountain bike 22x34

    My face was hot and my hoods of my road bike were hot too, some lady even was asking me directions while my HR is at 175bpm going up a hill. I simply responded "i dont know" but I did

    I figured if I crashed due to heat fatigue/exhaustion I would then be burnt to a crisp by the 150 degree asphalt haha! On the up side of that, it would "seal" up the wounds quickly and stop the bleeding. The downtown Walnut Creek PWS got up to 111 according to wunderground.com. I think I left when it said 109.

    I definately had a hard time sleeping last night. Looks like Thursday will be 20 degrees cooler, nice!

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    Rode Skeggs after work yesterday, was warm but not crazy hot.

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    I really hate to say it, but it was 72 degrees on the singletrack here today. I crossed a creek on a large log, and stood there listening to the babbling water. Just terrible!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot
    that is haught. That is, if it isn't residual heat around the temp sensor from leaving the car parked in the sun
    That was after driving for an hour.
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    It's hovering at 85 at the in-law's. Just remember to hydrate?


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    I had a meeting in Sacramento today... 104. Ugh. At least I can wear a skirt to work. I only saw one poor soul on the I-80 causeway bike path.
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    I played in the river today. Great way to beat the heat.

    It's starting to get really chilly up in these hills. Brisk wind that smells of the ocean.

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    come on.....only hit 108 on my ride. ;>)

    Avg Temperature: 104.6 F
    Max Temperature: 107.6 F

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