661-Pete wrote:A lot of my rides are like that. They simply arent newsworthy, or forum-worthy, I suppose (though I have, now, uploaded some incident-free footage on youtube).
I'm curious as to how you carried two wheels to the LBS. Trailer?
Grandad wrote:Can't beat the way we used to carry our racing wheels when riding out to Saturday night digs for Sunday's time trial. (that's someone from the generation before mine!)
I've done the same thing in recent years using 2 spanners that are open each end.
hercule wrote:I suspect the OP was riding a recumbent trike, based on previous postings elsewhere. That's not an unusual experience for me on mine, though I might be a bit slower than on an upright bike it's so much more pleasant in many ways. It's amazing how a change of machine can make such a difference to other road users' attitudes, and it seems very specific to trikes as I don't get quite such a positive response on two wheeled recumbents as three wheeled ones.
Love the wing-nuts too! I can remember seeing those on bikes - another echo from the past.
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