Rolling One WIth The Bruces
Third Bruce: Blimey, it's hot in here, Bruce.
First Bruce: Hot enough to boil a monkey's bum!
Second Bruce: That's a strange expression, Bruce.
First Bruce: Well Bruce, I heard the Prime Minister use it. "It's hot enough to boil a monkey's bum in here, your Majesty," he said, and she smiled quietly to herself.
Skit: "The Bruces"
Monty Python's Flying Cccccirrrrrrrcusssss.
Yesterday was filled with a trip downtown (Pittsburgh, not White Oak) to see my doc, and a lot of other crap, so today I said "eph the work" and rolled some miles on the roads of WPA. While it was indeed hot enough to boil a monkey's bum I felt pretty damn good (for me). The road bike is in the shop getting an overhaul, so I rode my Ti El M on the limestone/pavement/shit road loop for 35 miles.
Thinking of getting a GPS for the bike. With the move and all, and exploring unknown areas, etc., I'd like to be able to map out some stuff, and take a look at them. Plus I'd like to be able to better share some ride knowledge that I pick up along the way. Thinking of going with the Garmin eTrex HCx but not sure it will allow me to do what I want. Which is A) find my way around if needed. B) map my rides for future use, and C) share them with blog reader n'at. So I need to do some more research. Don't really care about heart rate and that sort of stuff. Please drop some knowledge on me if you are familiar with said product. I look at the spec and they are all gibberish to me (lack of brain). Thanks.