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Re: Saturday

Jin Chon
 

David, would love to join but can not tomorrow. Maybe next time. 

I rode there last weekend and we went off the bike path and rode in hiking only trails and the route was very technical and gnarly. I won’t do that again!! 

Thanks, 
Jin Chon

On Nov 22, 2019, at 5:52 PM, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:

Dale and I are doing a MTB ride at Deer Grove at 9am.  Meeting at the parking lot closest to Dundee and NW Hwy.  All are welcome to join us!



On Nov 22, 2019, at 5:35 PM, Tom Craig <photom63@...> wrote:


Anyone riding tomorrow?

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Re: Saturday

Brad Peacock
 

I can’t ride tomorrow, but I am definitely riding Sunday morning. 

On Nov 22, 2019, at 5:35 PM, Tom Craig <photom63@...> wrote:


Anyone riding tomorrow?

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Re: Saturday

David Saporta
 

Dale and I are doing a MTB ride at Deer Grove at 9am.  Meeting at the parking lot closest to Dundee and NW Hwy.  All are welcome to join us!



On Nov 22, 2019, at 5:35 PM, Tom Craig <photom63@...> wrote:


Anyone riding tomorrow?

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Saturday

Tom Craig
 

Anyone riding tomorrow?

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BBC-Bike: Friday Mid-Day Coffee Ride at 11am from Cook Street Coffee

Jin Chon
 

Sorry gang, I have to move the ride up to 11 AM since I have to be in Milwaukee at 3pm.. please come to Cook Street coffee at 11 AM if available.

Thanks, 
Jin Chon

Begin forwarded message:

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Date: November 21, 2019 at 7:16:31 PM CST
To: BBC Groups Io <BBC-Bike@groups.io>
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Subject: [BBC-Bike] BBC-Bike: Friday Mid-Day Coffee Ride at 1pm from Cook Street Coffee
Reply-To: jcchon@...

RDHFers,

Those of you who are itching to get out and ride, his Friday afternoon look good. It should dry up and the sun will be out so those with flexibility (retired, day off, play hooky, or free bird) let’s do the Dundee route (30 miles) starting and ending at Cook Street Coffee and enjoy some drinks and snacks after the ride.
No need to reply, just show up if you can at 1pm.



Thank you, Jin
On Nov 15, 2019, at 8:40 PM, Lena Chon via Groups.Io <lmnchon@...> wrote:

Hi All,
I am planning to do an endurance ride with Zwift Saturday Morning.
Join me if you are looking to get some saddle time.

We can ride parts or all together. I will be in D group. NOTICE the slight difference in start time for each group.

Looking forward to seeing  the virtual YOU!!!

Lena



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BBC-Bike: Friday Mid-Day Coffee Ride at 1pm from Cook Street Coffee

Jin Chon
 

RDHFers,

Those of you who are itching to get out and ride, his Friday afternoon look good. It should dry up and the sun will be out so those with flexibility (retired, day off, play hooky, or free bird) let’s do the Dundee route (30 miles) starting and ending at Cook Street Coffee and enjoy some drinks and snacks after the ride.
No need to reply, just show up if you can at 1pm.



Thank you, Jin

On Nov 15, 2019, at 8:40 PM, Lena Chon via Groups.Io <lmnchon=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi All,
I am planning to do an endurance ride with Zwift Saturday Morning.
Join me if you are looking to get some saddle time.

We can ride parts or all together. I will be in D group. NOTICE the slight difference in start time for each group.

Looking forward to seeing the virtual YOU!!!

Lena



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Thursday Night event on ultra cycling

Sheri Rosenbaum
 

On Thursday night at 6pm we will be having a presentation by Dawn Piech on Randonneuring. If you don't know what it is...it's long distance cycling, usually unsupported. Dawn has completed many well known races including Paris-Brest-Paris which was 1200K in 88:46 hours. Come join an evening at Trek HP and hear about her adventures and start planning one of your own.

For completed information and to reserve your spot, follow the link below.

Sheri

Saturday Zwift ride

Lena Chon
 

Hi All,
I am planning to do an endurance ride with Zwift Saturday Morning.
Join me if you are looking to get some saddle time.

We can ride parts or all together. I will be in D group. NOTICE the slight difference in start time for each group.

Looking forward to seeing the virtual YOU!!!

Lena

Cyclebar Kildeer Tomorrow 8:15am

Tom Cramer
 

A couple of us signed up for tomorrow morning. Class normally sells out on Sat morning, so if your interested in trying it out I  recommend you go thru Groupon it's almost half price. 
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Re: What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..

Brian Louis
 

That brings up a good point. The gauge on your pump could be off more than you might think. The Digital gauge is worth having if you are trying to dial it in within a few psi. 

On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 2:34 PM Sheri Rosenbaum <Luv2Bike80@...> wrote:
To dial in your pressure, I reviewed the Topeak Shuttle digital gauge and SKS Airchecker. Really liked the Topeak especially for MTB and fat tires. Review will be out this week or next in RBR. 

Thanks Brad for sharing 

Excuse any typos from iPhone

From: BBC-Bike@groups.io <BBC-Bike@groups.io> on behalf of Brad Peacock <brad.peacock1@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2019 11:31:32 AM
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Subject: [BBC-Bike] What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..
 
For the bike nerds out there (like me) who enjoy tinkering on their bikes with a beer as much as riding them...

More info and data on tire pressure and the evolving consensus that lower is often better.

To wit, I’ve been running 95 front and 105 rear on 25mm tires.  Using their calculator, Silca (maker of the greatest bike pumps in the world!) recommends 100 rear and 96 front.  NOTE:  though my tires are labeled 25mm they measure out at 26mm with a caliper.  I ran this calculation at 26mm.

Also, I run tubulars on my main wheels so i’m not sure if/how that effects things.  Selecting tubulars vs clinchers wasn’t a calculation option so I assume pressure is the same regardless of tire type?  I would suspect that maybe the calculations are materially different for road tubeless as the internal friction between tire and inner tube in both clinchers and tubulars is one of the key contributors to rolling resistance.   (tubulars still have inner tubes in them just like clinchers, they’re just sewn up inside).

B



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Re: What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..

tinasmith7934
 

Hi Brad,
Thanks so much for sending this info!  I have discussed this SO many times with various riders in our club and Mike Page from Village. This provides actual scientific support of how much pressure to run in my tires. It states 93 front and 96 rear is optimal for me using their analytics.

I tend to run a little higher than what the calculator recommended only because I feel our roads are full of pot holes and I'm trying to avoid a pinch flat.  However, I will tone down my psi from here on out.  

Thanks again for sending this to us!
Tina

Re: What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..

Sheri Rosenbaum
 

To dial in your pressure, I reviewed the Topeak Shuttle digital gauge and SKS Airchecker. Really liked the Topeak especially for MTB and fat tires. Review will be out this week or next in RBR. 

Thanks Brad for sharing 

Excuse any typos from iPhone


From: BBC-Bike@groups.io <BBC-Bike@groups.io> on behalf of Brad Peacock <brad.peacock1@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2019 11:31:32 AM
To: BBC Groups Io <bbc-bike@groups.io>
Subject: [BBC-Bike] What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..
 
For the bike nerds out there (like me) who enjoy tinkering on their bikes with a beer as much as riding them...

More info and data on tire pressure and the evolving consensus that lower is often better.

To wit, I’ve been running 95 front and 105 rear on 25mm tires.  Using their calculator, Silca (maker of the greatest bike pumps in the world!) recommends 100 rear and 96 front.  NOTE:  though my tires are labeled 25mm they measure out at 26mm with a caliper.  I ran this calculation at 26mm.

Also, I run tubulars on my main wheels so i’m not sure if/how that effects things.  Selecting tubulars vs clinchers wasn’t a calculation option so I assume pressure is the same regardless of tire type?  I would suspect that maybe the calculations are materially different for road tubeless as the internal friction between tire and inner tube in both clinchers and tubulars is one of the key contributors to rolling resistance.   (tubulars still have inner tubes in them just like clinchers, they’re just sewn up inside).

B



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Re: What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..

David Saporta
 

Great topic - thanks for sharing!


On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 11:31 AM Brad Peacock <brad.peacock1@...> wrote:
For the bike nerds out there (like me) who enjoy tinkering on their bikes with a beer as much as riding them...

More info and data on tire pressure and the evolving consensus that lower is often better.

To wit, I’ve been running 95 front and 105 rear on 25mm tires.  Using their calculator, Silca (maker of the greatest bike pumps in the world!) recommends 100 rear and 96 front.  NOTE:  though my tires are labeled 25mm they measure out at 26mm with a caliper.  I ran this calculation at 26mm.

Also, I run tubulars on my main wheels so i’m not sure if/how that effects things.  Selecting tubulars vs clinchers wasn’t a calculation option so I assume pressure is the same regardless of tire type?  I would suspect that maybe the calculations are materially different for road tubeless as the internal friction between tire and inner tube in both clinchers and tubulars is one of the key contributors to rolling resistance.   (tubulars still have inner tubes in them just like clinchers, they’re just sewn up inside).

B



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Share Your Story with All of Us!

Whether your journey is funny, happy, sad, muddy, streaming tears of joy, beautifully secluded...or all of those in one ride. We would love for you to share it.

 

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Re: What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..

Ruben Medina
 

For many, many years I have been running both tires at 110 PSI. 

So, I find it comforting that I get a confirming result from the SILCA Tire Pressure Calculator.

Yeah for me!

Front Tire Pressure: 108.6 PSI / 7.5 Bar

Back Tire Pressure: 113.0 PSI / 7.8 Bar


On Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 11:57:20 AM CST, Rob Dickson <rdickson33@...> wrote:


Interesting Brad. Silca recommendation for me is 93 F 97 R. I'm also on tubulars. Have been running 90/95

Rob

On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 11:31 AM Brad Peacock <brad.peacock1@...> wrote:
For the bike nerds out there (like me) who enjoy tinkering on their bikes with a beer as much as riding them...

More info and data on tire pressure and the evolving consensus that lower is often better.

To wit, I’ve been running 95 front and 105 rear on 25mm tires.  Using their calculator, Silca (maker of the greatest bike pumps in the world!) recommends 100 rear and 96 front.  NOTE:  though my tires are labeled 25mm they measure out at 26mm with a caliper.  I ran this calculation at 26mm.

Also, I run tubulars on my main wheels so i’m not sure if/how that effects things.  Selecting tubulars vs clinchers wasn’t a calculation option so I assume pressure is the same regardless of tire type?  I would suspect that maybe the calculations are materially different for road tubeless as the internal friction between tire and inner tube in both clinchers and tubulars is one of the key contributors to rolling resistance.   (tubulars still have inner tubes in them just like clinchers, they’re just sewn up inside).

B



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Leverage 10+ Years of Pro Pressure Data

For more than a decade, Josh and the SILCA team have been travelling the world helping professional and top level amateur athletes optimize tire pressures to give them that winning edge at events ranging from the Tour de France, to Paris Roubaix, to Ironman Kona.  As a result of these efforts, we have more than 4000 data points on optimal pressures for different rider weights, surfaces, tire sizes and other variables.  From this, we've developed an algorithm to predict your optimal pressure.  As a member of the SILCA family, we are releasing this calculator to you first in Beta form and would love to hear your feedback and experiences as we work to continually refine this tool.

Share Your Story with All of Us!

Whether your journey is funny, happy, sad, muddy, streaming tears of joy, beautifully secluded...or all of those in one ride. We would love for you to share it.

 

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Re: What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..

Rob Dickson
 

Interesting Brad. Silca recommendation for me is 93 F 97 R. I'm also on tubulars. Have been running 90/95

Rob

On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 11:31 AM Brad Peacock <brad.peacock1@...> wrote:
For the bike nerds out there (like me) who enjoy tinkering on their bikes with a beer as much as riding them...

More info and data on tire pressure and the evolving consensus that lower is often better.

To wit, I’ve been running 95 front and 105 rear on 25mm tires.  Using their calculator, Silca (maker of the greatest bike pumps in the world!) recommends 100 rear and 96 front.  NOTE:  though my tires are labeled 25mm they measure out at 26mm with a caliper.  I ran this calculation at 26mm.

Also, I run tubulars on my main wheels so i’m not sure if/how that effects things.  Selecting tubulars vs clinchers wasn’t a calculation option so I assume pressure is the same regardless of tire type?  I would suspect that maybe the calculations are materially different for road tubeless as the internal friction between tire and inner tube in both clinchers and tubulars is one of the key contributors to rolling resistance.   (tubulars still have inner tubes in them just like clinchers, they’re just sewn up inside).

B



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What pressure should I ride? What pressure do the pros ride? Try this..

Brad Peacock
 

For the bike nerds out there (like me) who enjoy tinkering on their bikes with a beer as much as riding them...

More info and data on tire pressure and the evolving consensus that lower is often better.

To wit, I’ve been running 95 front and 105 rear on 25mm tires.  Using their calculator, Silca (maker of the greatest bike pumps in the world!) recommends 100 rear and 96 front.  NOTE:  though my tires are labeled 25mm they measure out at 26mm with a caliper.  I ran this calculation at 26mm.

Also, I run tubulars on my main wheels so i’m not sure if/how that effects things.  Selecting tubulars vs clinchers wasn’t a calculation option so I assume pressure is the same regardless of tire type?  I would suspect that maybe the calculations are materially different for road tubeless as the internal friction between tire and inner tube in both clinchers and tubulars is one of the key contributors to rolling resistance.   (tubulars still have inner tubes in them just like clinchers, they’re just sewn up inside).

B



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Share Your Story with All of Us!

Whether your journey is funny, happy, sad, muddy, streaming tears of joy, beautifully secluded...or all of those in one ride. We would love for you to share it.

 

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John Guido
 

Thanks, Nancy and Dave for your graciousness and another super party.   

I completely agree with Tina and Tom’s  sentiments.  

It was fun to see everyone enjoying themselves off the bike as they do on it.   Stay warm!

Cheers,

John


On Nov 10, 2019, at 9:12 AM, Tom Cramer <tcramer@...> wrote:



Your welcome, and thanks for the shout out Tina!  .Here is the link to the slideshow for those of you who couldn't make it last night. https://youtu.be/rJ8V2gpgWc0

Yes, big thanks to Dave and Nancy for such a nice party and attention to detail at a great party central. And for Ruben's hard work on compiling the sign in sheet for all us racers to sign, along with the stickers we received for our bikes earlier in the year.
It was fun to see what everyone looks like without their kits and helmet. What a feast of good food too!

Have a happy Thanksgiving! 

I am thankful for all my very friendly and funny BBC friends, and being healthy to be able to ride so many miles with you all. I know a few of you had injuries that kept you from riding this year. I hope this winter heals you, and you are able to join us next year.

I look forward to some warm weather riding again!

Tom Cramer


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Morning BBC,
I wanted to thank Dave and Nancy for hosting another great BBC party!  Thanks again for opening up your home to all of us as I know it's a lot of work. It was a great time. 

Also, thanks Tom for the BBC video.  It was great!  It was really fun having you capture so many fun times this year.  BBC is such a fun group to ride and hang out with! 

Take care all.  See you again soon!
Tina

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Re: Thanks Bergens for the party! [EXTERNAL EMAIL - CAUTION]

Tom Cramer
 



Your welcome, and thanks for the shout out Tina!  .Here is the link to the slideshow for those of you who couldn't make it last night. https://youtu.be/rJ8V2gpgWc0

Yes, big thanks to Dave and Nancy for such a nice party and attention to detail at a great party central. And for Ruben's hard work on compiling the sign in sheet for all us racers to sign, along with the stickers we received for our bikes earlier in the year.
It was fun to see what everyone looks like without their kits and helmet. What a feast of good food too!

Have a happy Thanksgiving! 

I am thankful for all my very friendly and funny BBC friends, and being healthy to be able to ride so many miles with you all. I know a few of you had injuries that kept you from riding this year. I hope this winter heals you, and you are able to join us next year.

I look forward to some warm weather riding again!

Tom Cramer


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Subject: Thanks Bergens for the party! [EXTERNAL EMAIL - CAUTION]
 
Morning BBC,
I wanted to thank Dave and Nancy for hosting another great BBC party!  Thanks again for opening up your home to all of us as I know it's a lot of work. It was a great time. 

Also, thanks Tom for the BBC video.  It was great!  It was really fun having you capture so many fun times this year.  BBC is such a fun group to ride and hang out with! 

Take care all.  See you again soon!
Tina

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Thanks Bergens for the party!

tinasmith7934
 

Morning BBC,
I wanted to thank Dave and Nancy for hosting another great BBC party!  Thanks again for opening up your home to all of us as I know it's a lot of work. It was a great time. 

Also, thanks Tom for the BBC video.  It was great!  It was really fun having you capture so many fun times this year.  BBC is such a fun group to ride and hang out with! 

Take care all.  See you again soon!
Tina