Are we just going to ignore the two very different approaches to boating illustrated by the craft "Full Send" being berthed next to the "Dude"?
Honestly not sure who would have the better party.
I don't follow the TdF, but I might if it would still be like in the 60s...So anyone following this years
doping world champsTour de France? I give it the occasional watch if work allows and can recommend the live coverage on their website for anyone who just wants to give it a sporadic glance… surprisingly well done that. Also I hope that uppity Slovenian gets his ass handed to him. Sorry.
Inspired by this, I found another possibility to spend ridiculous amounts of money on bike tech on prime day: I got myself a Garmin Varia Radar rear-light (the German rtl516 version ozerwize itz illeeeeeeegal!). Basically an expensive replacement for that quoted rear view mirror idea from a while back. yes. if you're confused, watch Ray explain the thing here:
Finally managed to try it out on the road and it works rather nicely, I have to say. I was actually expecting it to perform worse. Of course it'll lose sight of cars when you're going round bends occasionally and then re-alert for the same car, but there were surprisingly few (actually none) false alarms and (much more importantly) zero misses. it's a bit weird having the bleep go off on a separated bike lane next to the road, but the radar doesn't know about that, so whatever. happy with the purchase. also i feel the light being on, even during the day, does help to caution drivers a bit more (but maybe that's just me imagining things to rationalize my expensive toys).I got myself a Garmin Varia Radar rear-light (the German rtl516 version ozerwize itz illeeeeeeegal!). Basically an expensive replacement for that quoted rear view mirror idea from a while back. yes.