The Bike Thread

Re: The Bike Thread

Postby the cheese » 12 Jan 2018, 14:39

chrisco wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:In a sign that I am nearly finished with my transition into a bored suburban housewife, I bought a Peloton yesterday. I’m actually finding more and more of my friends buying them and raving about them. I’m still not completely sure I made a great purchase. Will be nice to have something I can use that doesn’t require the 15-minute each way drive to and from the gym.

I'm subscribing for updates on this one, more as a product manager than someone who wants to ride a fake bike but that doesn't mean I won't get on a fake bike one day.


I am also subscribing for updates on this one, as the wife has mentioned wanting one and the spin class I went to the other day seemed fun.
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Re: The Bike Thread

Postby Frank the Tank » 12 Jan 2018, 14:53

the cheese wrote:
chrisco wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:In a sign that I am nearly finished with my transition into a bored suburban housewife, I bought a Peloton yesterday. I’m actually finding more and more of my friends buying them and raving about them. I’m still not completely sure I made a great purchase. Will be nice to have something I can use that doesn’t require the 15-minute each way drive to and from the gym.

I'm subscribing for updates on this one, more as a product manager than someone who wants to ride a fake bike but that doesn't mean I won't get on a fake bike one day.


I am also subscribing for updates on this one, as the wife has mentioned wanting one and the spin class I went to the other day seemed fun.


I will keep you both in the loop, but it is a week and a half away from delivery.
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Re: The Bike Thread

Postby ctz31 » 12 Jan 2018, 16:07

My (fat) BIL recently bought a bike and raves about it. He says he rides it every night as he video games, like balls. He works out w me and is actually strong, but he's fat. he's imploring me to get one. I'm like, that's cool if you like it, but at night i just wanna relax. he doesn't drink like me though so that probably makes a difference. anyway, i work out during the day, sometimes twice. I'm not getting a bike to ride while i watch tv, or play video games like a child. that's all.
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Re: The Bike Thread

Postby Theny » 12 Jan 2018, 16:19

I got a road bike recently and have been going out pretty much every day. Rode to the beach and back this morning, so I had to climb two bridges there and back. Legs are Jello rn.
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Re: The Bike Thread

Postby bosux » 12 Jan 2018, 22:30

great thing about a bike is once you buy it that's it for money outlay other than real basic maintenance...no lift tickets, no greens fees, gym dues etc
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