Date: Wed Oct 8 16:31:36 2008

Author: --- cbettis

Subject: Re: What to do with a Bicycle

Post:

I agree with Eric.

I'm an old guy (58) and my bike is the only way I can get to my
cardiologist's appointment ;-)

Cliff

Quoting Eric Ayars :

> 0. Ride it.
>
> I was beaten soundly by a 60-something guy on an uphill time trial two
> weeks ago. I'm 39, I've been racing (and race-training) all season,
> and I was riding a 16-lb carbon-fiber wunderbike -- all of which made
> him grin even wider when I came in 15 seconds slower than him.
>
> It was inspiring.
>
> -ea
>
> -- --- ----- ------- ----------- -------------
> Dr. Eric Ayars
> Associate Professor of Physics
> California State University, Chico
> ayars@mailaps.org
>
> On Oct 8, 2008, at 12:18 PM, Bill Norwood wrote:
>
>> Hi Instructors and TA’s and other physics guys,
>>
>> Just a momentary distraction, and I promise to get back to work:
>>
>> What are 6 things that one could do with a bicycle once he and it
>> commence getting old?
>>
>> 1. Hang it up in the garage.
>> 2. Admire it and remember.
>> 3. Give it to a starving college student.
>> 4. Etc.
>>
>> This link leads to another option, and it’s very much about energy,
>> which has something to do with physics, I heard.
>> http://www.mtairy-messenger.com/cgi-bin/coranto/viewnews.cgi?id=EkkklylAykAvFDpTEK
>>
>> Cheers, Bill Norwood






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