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‘Ask your doctor if getting off your ass is right for you’ (Friday Roundup)

by Ted Johnson

For those of you who don’t follow us on Twitter, or like us on Facebook, Google Plus, etc.: Are you working or something?

This is a roundup of some of the things we saw fit to share with our less productive readers over the last seven days:

I spent two days at Interbike with Josh Lipton. We drove four hours on Thursday morning and four hours again on Wednesday evening. We got back late last night.

Interbike Gas Gauge

You forget little things about driving when cycling is your normal form of transportation. We apparently had about a half gallon to spare when we filled up

More on that next week, along with some interesting products we saw.

Here’s the roundup:

Support the bike lanes in Alexandria, LA. Sign the online petition here


We won't build more roads until motorists start behaving, says Gov't


Uh oh. Pete Prebus is going native.


A particular person comes to mind whose initials are My Mother. -Ted
I believe this line originally came from Bill Maher back in 2007.


We now have a whole bunch of Garmin Maps available for the Garmin GPS units we sell for cycling


Check out Jay's boat mast transport-by-bike photos and 30 mile haul.


The Birth of a Trend: Cycle Chic


And you thought you carried a lot by bike?! Check out this amazing mom on a bike!

 
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One Response to “‘Ask your doctor if getting off your ass is right for you’ (Friday Roundup)”

  1. BluesCat says:

    Love that Bill Maher clip! Exercise is the answer for SO many things, as this quote from another “Bill,” basketball great Bill Walton, shows:

    Bill Walton’s Bike: ‘My gym, my wheelchair and my church.’

    While others go sit in a hot, stuffy pew on Sundays, I make sure I’m out for at least an hour on two wheels, getting right with the universe.

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