Posisi kepala kita wajib diupayakan pada posisi yang menjajaki ceruk tulang balik yang tercipta dari pungggung yang membengkok. Pemikiran pula wajib senantiasa ditunjukan ke jalan yang agen sbobet terletak di depan kita serta fokuskan diri pada jalan. Tetapi tidak lalu berarti kepala wajib kaku sebab tulang leher butuh diusahakan buat senantiasa tenang.
Posisi punggung pula berarti buat terbuat setimpal dengan kecekatan yang kita ambil. Tidak cuma itu, posisi punggung pula butuh setimpal dengan arah yang kita lalui. Dikala tanjakan ataupun agen bola dalam kecekatan besar, yakinkan buat punggung dalam posisi menunduk, sedangkan kala dikala pada arah menyusut, punggung dapat ditegakkan kembali sebab ini lebih bagus.
Teknologi sudah mempengaruhi warga serta sekelilingnya dalam banyak metode. Di banyak golongan warga, teknologi sudah menolong bandar togel terpercaya membenarkan ekonomi( tercantum ekonomi garis besar era saat ini) serta sudah membolehkan bertambahnya kaumsenggang. Banyak cara teknologi menciptakan produk sambilan yang bukan dikehendaki, yang diucap pencemar, serta menghabiskan pangkal energi alam, mudarat, serta mengganggu Dunia serta lingkungannya.
Mechanical Mishap, Rain, Wind
Easter! We started out the morning with a 6:45am reading of John 20 1:18 and prayer requests and blessings on this important day. There are some wonderful, dedicated Christians on this trip.
It is hard not to whine about today’s ride. It was an 87 mile ride, but I missed about 15 miles of it. A little preliminary information: yesterday, at the meal at the end of the day, my bike was accidentally knocked over from where it was standing and the person that knocked it over kind of landed on it. I visually inspected for damage and rode it with no problem to the campground. But was not the end of the story.
Many riders were worried about today’s ride. We had been pounded by head winds for the past three days and today’s forecast was bleak. Rain, strong headwinds. The mood was a bit somber as we prepared to leave with coffee and breakfast.
Six miles into the ride we started the first climb and as I shifted into a climbing gear, I heard a bad noise on my rear wheel. I immediately stopped and discovered that the derailleur (the device that shifts the chain to higher and lower gears) was bent and twisted so that it hit the spokes of the wheel when in a low gear. This was well beyond any roadside fix, so I called for a SAG.
My bike and I were driven to the first SAG stop at 20 miles out and the mechanic, Tom, took a look at it. Fortunately, he had the tools to straighten the derailleur hanger and also was able to remove most of the twist from the damage, and I was back on the road – but I did miss the 15 best miles of the ride – the part that had little wind.
Then we ground out 70 more miles one mile at a time against a hard wind the entire day! I was so tired, I didn’t even really take many pictures as I was just concentrating on the next pedal stroke.
One bright spot was near the end – in the last 10 miles – we crossed the Pecos river and had a nice moment to get some pictures. From left to right is Texas Al, Larry, Beth, and Adrian.
We all made it eventually, and we suspended the rider meeting until the next morning so we could all get some rest. I slept 10 hours straight.