Len Sanders replied to the topic Di2 charging interval in the forum Bicycles 2 years, 9 months ago
Jon Eiseman to the rescue! Thanks, Jon. That is exactly the info we need.
Len Sanders started the topic Di2 charging interval in the forum Bicycles 2 years, 9 months ago
I have become one of the graduate engineer members of our club who have found themselves suddenly riding a retro single gear bike. That “Oh Sh-t” momemt comes from forgetting to check battery charge on our new fangled cable-less electronic shifters. The instructions we received from Shimano were to check battery charge regularly and recharge wh…[Read more]
Len Sanders started the topic Clincher, tubeless, tubular- I'm lost !!! in the forum Bicycles 2 years, 9 months ago
I know that a clincher tire is designed for use with a tube only. A tubeless tire doesn’t need a tube, but can you put one in if you so choose? What is a “tubular:” tire? I’ve never used anything but clincher tires, but my new bike came with Specialized Turbo Cotton Hell of the North tires. The dealer put tubes in without rim tape, and a tu…[Read more]
Len Sanders started the topic Lake George Routes in the forum Morris Area Freewheelers 2 years, 11 months ago
Do we have any TCX or GPS files available for the rides we do every year at Bolton Landing, Lake George?
Brandt Lake, Schroon Lake, etc. We do these every year but I don’t see any files available for uploading.
Len Sanders started the topic Discrepancies in reported climbs in the forum Bicycles 2 years, 11 months ago
All bike computers do a reasonably good job in reporting distance and location. They also tend to agree with the cue sheet reporterd distance of route. However, they are all over the place when it comes to achievrd climb. E.G.: On MAF 536 A&B Bagels #2 The cue sheet promised 2005 ft of climb, a Wahoo Elemnt recorded 2697 ft, Ride with GPS…[Read more]