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  • 74 miles
  • 04:52 time
  • 4861 calories
  • 4 workouts
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  • This Week time period

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  1. VELO
    Al Tuttle Loop 28.4 mi 01:52 15.2mph pace

    Cyclemeter not working yet.

  2. VELO
    Just pedaling around 6.83 mi 00:27 14.9mph pace

    Clouded up so kept it short

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      Cyclemeter didn't register and even going into history and sharing it didn't register. I'm sure it'll work tomorrow.

      about 19 hours ago Like

    • Luna
      Luna

      nice miles Tj, tech stuff sometimes just takes a vacation ;-)

      about 10 hours ago Like1 person

  3. Shared Photo

    The Seminole Wekiva Trail near Orlando is a beautiful bike trail with painted fence pieces which gives much of the ride the feeling of cycling through an art gallery. Now there will be another sect... read more

  4. https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=EHcP4uDO6L0

    My friend Mark took some video of our West Orange Trail ride last Sunday. His gimbal hand mount sure keeps things steady. That re... read more

  5. VELO
    great Trike Grin 13.81 mi 00:56 14.8mph pace

    Cruising the hood with Wooden Nickel Lottery playing on my Bluetooth speaker.

    http://cyclemeter.com/676835a24f382e3b/Cycle-20150422-1035.

  6. VELO
    great Trike Grin 24.7 mi 01:36 15.4mph pace

    Al Tuttle Cruise.

    http://cyclemeter.com/676835a24f382e3b/Cycle-20150421-1243.

  7. Shared Photo

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      More comfortable than I thought. Setting up and taking down and putting everything back in its place went easier than I thought.

      4 days ago Like1 person

    • Luna
      Luna

      do you sleep on a hammock?

      3 days ago Like1 person

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      I will when camping. Pretty comfortable.

      3 days ago Like2 people

    • Luna
      Luna

      i would surely fall off of it. I fell out of a semi-hammock bed in my my parents' caravan when I was a kid, of course it was the top bunk of the bunk beds (my brother was on the other one)...I hit my head. That explains many things, I guess ;-P

      2 days ago Like1 person

  8. Shared Photo

    Practicing setting up and taking down the hammock camping package for future Keys trip.

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      With poles or sticks it can also be set up in "porch mode" allowing better coverage for the trike but less coverage from wind and blowing rain.

      4 days ago Like1 person

    • Luna
      Luna

      sounds fun!!! I love camping, but sleeping in a hammock sounds tricky.

      3 days ago Like1 person

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      A double hammock is usually the norm so you can sleep diagonally which would allow you to sleep flatter with more positional options. Some kind of thermal barrier is usually necessary such as a mattress pad or hammock quilt to prevent air from chilling your backside (where there is evaporation there is cooling). Now that I'm older I find sleeping on the ground even with a mattress pad harder to tolerate and carrying a cot along with tent and camping gear unattractive.

      3 days ago Like

  9. Found a wallet on the street last night. Called the owner who said it must've blown off the top of his car after leaving there getting gas. He looked inside and said,"well, the cash is go... read more

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      Hopefully I'll get a walk, run or ride in later. Had to get home and call the guy.

      5 days ago Like

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    • Craig C.
      Craig C.

      Obviously I'm walking in the wrong neighborhood. All I ever find along the sides of the street are empty beer cans and flattened, run-over toads.

      5 days ago Like3 people

    • Mish A.
      Mish A.

      Wow! Didn't you know I'm poor…you could've given it to me. LOL Just kidding :D That was really nice of you, TJ!

      5 days ago Like2 people

  10. Shared Photo

    Rita took this picture during our ride today.

  11. VELO
    great Trike Grin 14.5 mi 01:33 9.4mph pace

    West Orange Trail with the Rangers. Rear derailleur malfunction...3 speed via front chainring.

    http://cyclemeter.com/676835a24f382e3b/Cycle-20150419-0834.

    • Craig C.
      Craig C. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      Mornin', Tj!

      6 days ago

    • Loren T.
      Loren T.

      Good morning. It looks like you are hard at it. Weather here is 58 degrees. I'm going to take NIC out in a few minutes so I'll be joining you on this ride.

      6 days ago Like2 people

    • Mish A.
      Mish A.

      Nice :-)

      6 days ago Like

  12. Shared Photo

    During our ride Rita took a pic while we checked out a neighborhood pond.

  13. VELO
    great Trike Grin 8.3 mi 00:52 9.5mph pace

    Riding with Rita.
    http://cyclemeter.com/676835a24f382e3b/Cycle-20150418-1012.

  14. walk
    great 12 Lb Power Walk 3.23 mi 00:51 15:55 pace

    The humidity was very humid. Did I mention it was humid out?

    http://runmeter.com/6768f62f4f372e3b/Walk-20150417-0912.

  15. VELO
    great Trike Grin 18.94 mi 01:15 15.1mph pace

    Just spinning the wheels.

    http://cyclemeter.com/676835a24f382e3b/Cycle-20150416-1022.

  16. VELO
    great Trike Grin 36.2 mi 02:27 14.8mph pace

    RR crossing out so detour time. On a brighter note the Al Tuttle Trail is open again.

    http://cyclemeter.com/676835a24f382e3b/Cycle-20150415-0858.

  17. Shared Photo

    Preparing for Keys Trip probably around the first week of November.

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      Have the hammock and straps for hammock camping. Getting a bug net and rain tarp next and a decent yet portable and light weight first aid kit. Hopefully if ya got em ya don't need em.

      11 days ago Like2 people

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    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      For hammock straps I found a cheap copy of ENO Atlas straps but I might replace them with the real thing. They seem to hold up but I keep worrying about the gravity of my decision, if you know what I mean.

      10 days ago Like1 person

    • Trikesquatch T.
      Trikesquatch T.

      Yea, I know what you mean I'll have to get the atlas straps because I am even more attractive to the ground.

      10 days ago Like1 person

  18. walk
    great 12 Lb Power Walk 3.26 mi 00:50 15:14 pace

    Humid and warm. Hey, it ain't snowing. http://runmeter.com/6768f62f4f372e3b/Walk-20150414-0753.

    • Craig C.
      Craig C.

      Mornin', Tj! I've been meaning to ask: what's a "12lb" walk?

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      Hi Craig. 12 lb walk is a power walk while pumping 12 pound weights in each hand. I try to maintain a focus on posture and form. I find it a good way to work neglected upper body. The aerobic conditioning is increased with limited risk of injury, with proper form of course.

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Craig C.
      Craig C.

      Maybe I can give that a try once I stop carrying the 50lb weight around my butt. 8-)##

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Mish A.
      Mish A.

      Nice work!

      11 days ago Like1 person

  19. VELO
    great Trike Grin 15.41 mi 01:04 14.5mph pace

    Add a half mile. For some reason I was credited for 19 miles at first half mile. Rather than cheating 18.5 miles I cut a half.

    http://cyclemeter.com/676835a24f382e3b/Cycle-20150413-1022.

    • Loren T.
      Loren T.

      God show! We are at 51 degrees and expect it into the mid 60's later this afternoon. Life is returning to the upper mid-west.

      12 days ago Like1 person

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    • Luna
      Luna

      LOL!!!!!!

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      So far my encounters have been lucky and the water bottle method successful. I always forget to try using the Airzound horn, by the time I think of it I'm a block and a half away. Pepper Spray is an option I hear people suggest but those in the know speak out against it. In the heat of excitement one rarely checks for wind direction.

      11 days ago Like1 person

  20. Shared Photo

    Can you guess where I would've been right about now had I rode Cross Florida Ride?

    • Tj M.
      Tj M.

      I agree that in every life a little rain must fall but on a ride of this caliber and especially a first attempt I'm glad I Made the call I did. I'd be too worried about visibility both mine and drivers.

      13 days ago Like3 people

    • Luna
      Luna

      Absolutely, safety first!!

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Craig C.
      Craig C.

      I have to apologize for this. How many weeks has it been since our last rain and now this? I think this one is my fault, since I washed and waxed my car for the first time in months on Saturday, so of course it had to rain Saturday night and Sunday. My bad. 8-/##

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Trikesquatch T.
      Trikesquatch T.

      You would have been under da sea says Sebastian.

      10 days ago Like1 person