35 Burst results for "Biking"
Free Rides Take $104M Toll on Pennsylvania Turnpike Finances
"Free rides are taking a toll on revenue after the Pennsylvania Turnpike converted to all electronic collections last year millions of motorists on the Pennsylvania Turnpike who don't use the EZ pass system have a nearly one in two chance of riding without paying an internal report obtained by the Associated Press showed nearly eleven out of the total of a hundred and seventy million turnpike rights generated no revenue for the agency in the year that ended may thirty first more than a hundred and four million dollars in tolls went uncollected issues included license plates that one of the camera frame instructions like bike racks along with unpaid bills in motor vehicle agencies that fail to provide vehicle owner addresses the revenue bleed is a concern for the debt strapped agency were more than half of the total revenue goes to pay borrowing costs I'm Jennifer king
Massive Coolers at High Stakes Live Cash
"Let's dive in to these hands. We're going to start out with hand from live at the bike. John you wanna break down the action for. Yeah if you're so this. I believe they're playing by one hundred one hundred two hundred fifty one hundred. Two hundred eighty as the big wind is two hundred dollars. Jd opens quinton off suit to eight hundred. James wakes up with aces and the cut off and puts an a pretty standard size three. But this is where the hand starts getting a little wacky. Honestly andy wakes up in the struggle with pocket kings and decides to just flat the through bet listening the audio commentary for this had and the commentators seem to imply that like. Jd had some reason to be tilted before the start of this and he started the hand with exactly twelve thousand dollars. So i think it's very possible that maybe he got stacks very Like you know maybe right before this hand and just reloaded for twelve k And thought that maybe. Andy is trapping kings here with the hopes that jd would find some sort of four bet Or you know just rip in his twelve k stack over the three but And he'd be able to kind of put. James tough spot if james aside flat or or do something with After three bedding so Yeah already sort of often kind of a strange. Start here with andy. A flooding the kings pre flop. Do you know anything about james specifically because it could be the james He is an elderly gentleman. And so is it possible that james just has such a tight three about range that andy doesn't have a four bit range versus james three but i mean okay so what i know about james is. He's a regular on these high six games on my but the bike he plays very very frequently. I'm gonna assume that he's not a professional or like never was a appro. But you know i think he's like you said like leave. It reaches certainly going to be tighter than it should be that being said like i. I still can't see. Andy not forgetting kings just as the standard plate universities. A three from james i. I don't think james is is someone who only has like aces kings queens in king. I think he's gonna at least have you know more more hands than like the ultra-tight wreck player through about range. I mean we'd have to ask andy to know what his strategy construction is here. We can't no i think. The commentators speculating in the same way that. we're speculating. And i think that you know this is. They're very deep here right. Yeah pretty deep spot. It's a three about pot. Already to andy and i don't know i'm not exactly sure. Always constructing is prefab strategy. I do know that. He called very quickly though which means that he kind of knows what he's doing in this spot for some reason or another whether it be the read that like you know the twelve k stacks just gonna jayme it in Although you know facing a three bad and then a cold flat like you have to think that the twelve k stack is going to be a little hesitant to just acts stack in no matter how tilted they
Bike Fitting 101 with Coach Patrick Carey
"Let's just dive right in how to even define a good bike fit. I think that's a great place to start. Might take that every good bikes. It starts with the bike fitting the rider not the other way around and unfortunately oftentimes what happens is people are shoehorned onto their bikes. And that's really the office of what we want to happen. We want to set every bike up for each rider so that the rider just naturally falls into position on the bike. There's no pain points. You're not running into impingement and you're also not contracting yourself. In any way you're not overreaching. You're not spending your wrist some awkward way and and in that same idea if something hurts when you ride your bike. It's not right. Don't ever let someone tell you all that's just how riding a bike is. It's supposed to be a little uncomfortable. Now it's supposed to be joyful and supposed to be wonderful and when you get your bike set up correctly for you. it can be. That was is very much aligned. With what would. I often talk about it. We're not creating a bicycle. Recreating a cyborg and the interface between the animal and the machine is how you achieve that. Let's dive in even further so different approaches to fit. Probably what most people have been used to throw a leg over at approach literally. Stand over the bike. If you can clear the top tube. That's probably a good place. And then when you throw the word sit in there. Usually what ends up happening. Is you all the saddle height. The stem may be gets flipped. It probably does not get changed. And then also a lot of that is relying on the charts. So by companies. Put out the charts. Says if you're five seven you should be on. This is mike. If you're five ten you should be on the size bike. I personally believe that very often unfortunately results in people being on the wrong sized bike typically bike. That's too big which means that they're overreaching on that bike and you end up chasing the front end of the bike so the front end it becomes somewhat fixed in space and you can always shorten the stem so much so then that rider ends up being shoved way way forward on the bike and yeah like cement to create enjoyment. This takes away from
US Steps Up Effort To Unite Families Separated Under Trump
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the bike did been astray shin is expanding efforts to unite families separated under the trump administration the bike that ministration is stepping up efforts to reunite migrant families that were separated under former president Donald trump's zero tolerance policy on illegal border crossings a federal task force initiated a new program Monday in an effort to locate parents most of whom are believed to be in Guatemala Honduras Mexico and Brazil under the program parents who are located will be helped to return to the United States and they will get at least three years of legal residency work permits and support services the American civil liberties union estimates more than fifty five hundred children were separated from their families Mike Crossey out Washington
Cycling Tours Are Latest Trend in Chernobyl
"There is a new type of tourism for the exclusion zone thirty five years after the world's worst nuclear disaster I have on the bike store in Chernobyl area Chernobyl is not a place that springs to mind when choosing a scenic cycling routes the area is still dangerous guide Natalie to look says this group is checked for radiation levels we should follow the rules for visitors for example close should cover all your body also we can't deviate from the route for the riders like Iowa but do not it's worth the risk it's second time here and the man purpose for me to come to come here to see the nature how developed sort of face thirty years after the trade people are forbidden from eating and drinking around the zone in Chernobyl and are not allowed to travel in or out by themselves as they finish their tour the cyclists are checked for radiation levels before they leave the zone I'm a Donahue
Minority Communities Often Lack Access to Safe Biking Infrastructure
"Riding. A bicycle is a clean efficient and affordable way to get around the city but biking is not an easy option for everyone. What is needed is focused on the prioritization of racial equity with the cycling movement. Charles brown is ceo of equitable cities on urban planning policy and research consultancy based in new jersey. He says many black and hispanic communities lack bike lanes secure bike parking and adequate streetlights racial is minority groups as well as low income populations are less likely to have access to safe bicycling infrastructure. He says social barriers also persist for example in focus groups. Many black and hispanic. People say they worry about interactions with police and they have concerns of being harassed while cycle in those concerns. I've heard over and over focus groups with these populations throughout the country brown lots. All people have safe opportunities to bike so he says cities need to invest in biking infrastructure in black and brown communities dismantled patterns of discrimination and commit to building an inclusive biking
How We Can Bring More Play to Our Lives, and Why It's Worth Doing
"Is this philosophical movement that it's like okay. Well if you can survive on like just water and you don't need anything then you can be happier or what around the cats. That doesn't sound like vaughn. At all that that was not my and i looked into like the the buddhist virtual of like. Oh maybe i need to get centered. And i do love mindfulness and meditation and stuff but i figured that that just gets me back to zero right that if i've been stressing myself the heck out trying to optimize my life and every possible way. If a couple times a day i get back to the center and get back to zero. That's great that's really helpful. Helps me kind of recenter and and think about things that are important. But that's not enough either. Getting getting back to zero is not really the goal of where i wanna do. I wanna follow like joy and passion. Play and i wanna like remember what it feels like to be a kid and be that geeked up about stuff that you're like me and i can't wait to get out of bed today and i. I kinda found that no amount of pushing is going to make that happen. You can't force fun. You can't plan and strategize and optimized and schedule play in a way that that's interesting and so i just sort of got to the place rose like i need to give all this up and then i found the play philosophy All kinds of cool people but I just read a ton of books over the last year around Play and enjoyment and enjoy and that really seems to resume of me with somebody who had a really fun playful childhood. I remember riding our bikes out with my brother and our two friends and just spending from sunup to sundown goofing around and playing and having fun or doing wiffle ball or Soccer or Anything whatever this word of mouth was trying to learn how to juggle or ride a unicycle or or something really loving the majority of my life right and when i ran out of something to do we came up with something else. If we got tired we rested and if we were hungry than we found something to eat and we didn't try to schedule those things tried to to live at his and that to me that philosophy made. Yeah i think for me. There's an element of spontaneity. Which you know if you if you try to plan everything in your calendar you know a blank space then you get lost in overwhelm of trying to get it all done right as if you're ever gonna get it all done with just allusion that we've sold ourselves and then you get to feel the guilt and the shame when you're done bad press. I didn't get it all done right. Okay where can you step back. I'm gonna create some. I'm gonna play it both ways. I need to have space for play free.
Steps to Avoid Injury When You Aren't Training for an Event
"So i to quote just love to run and not training for anything and we have similar mileage. Although my weekday runs about six miles in weekday want weekend ones or eight to ten. So the three things that i credit to keeping my injuries at bay is foam. Roll nearly every morning. I do dynamic drills post. Run that i kind of probably talk about far too much on this show and i strength train them two hours a week. I string train Twice a week for an hour so Yeah those are. That's what i do with that kind of mainframe of running to keep me. you know. Not limping down the stairs and away from any. Pt's so what are what are your thoughts. Do i mean. I think that's really smart right. I think foam rolling is awesome. Staying strong is the second stool second leg on that stool and and the third one is. You know making sure that you're properly warmed up and cooled down at the beginning of a run. So i think you've got it there. Sarah i mean i don't know if she has niggles like i would say that might just be her body just talking to her a little bit and i mean that doesn't necessarily mean that she needs to go faster. I mean we can talk about that in a second. But i mean other things that she can do to switch it up. That might that without going faster. Are things like maybe going on a trail. Run every once in a while. That would change up the muscles that you use and you know slightly call in more your stabilizing muscles which might actually just put those nichols away. She can cross train a little bit. I mean i know she likes to run a lot and i understand that but making sure that she you know she does get something that feels like. She shouldn't push maybe get on a bike or get in the pool or the elliptical. Something like that for a little break. Yeah i do have to say that the years all blend together. But they're definitely time where. I was running six days a week just because i liked it so much. Yeah yeah and that was when i would kind of limp. When i walked downstairs sometimes people who would see me. You know like walk up to them so that they can kind of see me coming. They'd be like oh something wrong. Why are you limping. And i'm like You think i'm
The Murder of Junko Furuta
"On the night of november twenty fifth nineteen eighty-eight. June co was riding her bike home after work like she typically did she was approached by whom she thought were too random boys. One of them tripped her up and she fell off her bike. The two of them then ran away. Miano who'd been posted across the street ran over to supposedly check on her. Poor jingo was bleeding and bruised miano then offered to drive her home and unsuspecting. June co agreed after all. He wasn't a stranger to her. How is she supposed to know that. This was all part of miano's plan to kidnap and raipur eventually killer. Miana helped janko to get in the car. But instead of driving her home he took her to an abandoned warehouse that served as a hideout for the jacuzzi on june co. Never made it home.
Cycling Southern Spain with Chris Atkin
"You'll route started in balance here on the east coast. And you weaved your way down throughout the kennedy murphy. Maria you stop off in granada malaga rhonda. You ended up in gibraltar. How many kilometers woman's did you travel on on the overall. And how long did it take you in told us it was a it was a roundabout routes. It was thirteen. Hundred is also in total acted over. I think six weeks so it wasn't. I wasn't breaking records with my manage but it was more that i was very conscious. I didn't want to just race through all these amazing places. I did actually want to see them. And explore them for myself during the wealth. Spagna takes time to master yourself. I guess that's something. That kind of came through in the book was that this was kind of a quest for immersion in spanish coach and spanish language which you touch upon the various points during During the book inspiration to do this particular room. Why did you want to buy it. I've never done any long distance cycling ato before. And i knew i didn't have much money so the idea of going by bike was that it was i was gonna enjoy some slow travel and the five months preceding my trip. I've been working at panama's largest language school where odd being paid in spanish jewish so my spanish skills that improved bit but i kind of wants to test them and the opportunity to test them in spain. I never been to a new embarrassingly. Little about was definitely a large incentive to to come and visit us
The Similarities Between The Cases of Suzanne Morphew and Sharon Garrison
"I'm gonna talk about sharing garrison to kind of unearth. What may have happened to suzanne. And where her body might be found because Let's face it. That's what it seems like today a year and Three or four months later. And that's just a sad sad story but let's flash back to sharon garrison who was in breckenridge colorado so not too far north. I believe of salida where The morpheus lived but that was in the year. Two thousand where sharon was married to Her husband at the time chuck air since she had been married before and divorce and so forth had a few daughters similar to the more fused. They've got a couple of daughters Sharon garrison had three daughters. I believe however There was a lot of bad blood between her and the husband chuck pearson on their property records. Colorado i think authorities or well-versed in what was going on with them and the fights. They had some of the threats that The husband had made to the wife and even the wife calling nine one one Probably about a year and a half before her murder of saying. Hey if you find my body you know who did. It was the the husband and so what happened. There is similar to suzanne more few. There was a missing persons case. One day she's there next day she's gone and as you know in the suzanne more few case the The bike was found by the of the road as kind of a symbol of something happened to her. The bike was machine She likes to go for bike rides. It's mother's day. Yeah kind of makes sense that that could happen. She could go out on her bike and disappear somehow in the original kind of idea. That berry was leading people with his dad. Something happened to her. Like wild animals are mountain. Lines got to her. However in the case of sharon garrison it wasn't a bike but a chevy blazer and the husband had literally taken the car and driven it to another area to kinda make. It look mysterious that she had been in that maybe she left in the car. Abandoned it on the side of the road and then something happened to her and was abducted. Which is you know trying to take the cops off the trail. That you know divert them that something happened to them other than a domestic dispute so i find that similar in that. We have the missing bike and at that time a car which was indeed planted by the husband to make. It look like something had
Cyclist Craig Dalton Describes How He Got Into to BMX
"How did bmx bikes. Turn into something more for you. What was the. What was the next piece of this for me. Part of the challenge was i moved away from illinois. Move back to these. Two new jersey and my group of friends was entering high school at that point. Bmx just wasn't a thing. At that point. I transitioned more into writing for Purpose going to and from school. But a a seminal point in my cycling upbringing was really around my junior year of high school. My dad agreed to take me and two friends. On a at this point he called a bike packing trip through upstate. Vermont and upstate new york and vermont. And i don't know why he thought this was a good idea but he took us out there and i remember the funny story. I remember the first day i had won. A hand-me-down racing bike of his to ride. My friends had cobbled together with some advice from my dad. Decently capable dropped bar. Touring bikes and my dad. Were setting up and begging for equipment. That has two small front panners. That's it and he's packing them up. And my friends. And i have the rear rack. The big panthers were trying to strap things to the caboose. My dad's like looking at us like you want to pairs of shorts to shirts and a pair of sandals full. Stop at of course. We tried to try to edit back down but we ended up having a lot more gear than my dad did. And i remember starting that first day i unlike my other two friends. I did have a pair of cycling shorts but of course i wore a pair of cutoff shorts on top of it because fashion. We'd want that embarrassment fashion fashion. Yes but fortunately for having the cycling shorts underneath i was able to swap out like name probably half an hour into the first day. I said embarrassment be gone like my friend.
Reflections on Urban Data, Analytics, and Collaborative Urban Development in Africa
"She's a postdoctoral research at the university of bit vodkas round. She's a town planner and researcher on african cities with a particular focus on the role of policy in shaping urban few just in africa meriem. Welcome give us a brief introduction to your background and your academic interests of originally from nairobi kenya and now bit state joins us bikes african. So i'm trained as a town planner from the university of nairobi in kenya. And then i came here to join his bug so up in here for a few years on through expanding my knowledge and research on cities. That's my background. In academic interests really have been on not just town planning this of projects of city building and especially how public sector planning and policymaking trying to achieve beto aben species for for all who live in it. So it's it's a research policy. Research on urban growth in the different dynamics that shape to development especially in africa in my focused in has been the two cities are of lived. In which is narrow be enjoyment on the topic of preparing for future cities. What is getting growth. This proactive town planning in city management. In which countries have you seen success in africa internationally from the data on african abundance which is sort of projected to drive most of the evidence in the next few decades it it. It looks like we are going to have a lot of cities and mega-cities in africa. Presently we have maybe. Three mega-cities bug is projected to grow in the next few decades but they abandoned in africa is also being driven from the smaller towns in secondary cities that have a population of say quarter million and most of ny liberal most of the discussions are about how this growth to be managed and traditionally. We have this sort of formal proactive systems. Town planning that attempt to prepare setup the rules of about how it is to grow before the city's urbanites but what you've been observing boy especially in african towns and cities more organic formal growth and development that is known necessarily planned which then creates this economy. Were to sit out for more planned a good city or ideal city and informal and planned by the to need to correct and i think what we can begin to look at his
Tailoring Nutrition Needs With Tonya Fines BSc PE, HHP
"Nutrition lake anything does change with us The way what my body needed him in my twenties. When i was wanting to start a family and you know looking at pregnancy and childbirth and all of those things very different than where. I'm at now at my life. I i don't need that amount of food be. I really. don't have that kind of appetite anymore either. So it's the nutrition nutrition is far as evolution or how it's changed for me. It comes down to. What are you doing right now in your life and how do you feel your body to maximize all of that. So you know for somebody that works in health and fitness to very honest. Still i do. I work out. I i like to do things. I like to hike and bike and surf and all of that stuff but really looking at the big picture. I'm way more sedentary than i've ever been because a large amount of my job in health and fitness now creating content and working with people and getting things out there. So i have to be very mindful of getting up and moving with intention But it's where you at now in your life. What are the things that you're doing. And how do you feed your body in the best way possible to make all let your cut of operating at peak level as much as as you can so if you're a young woman in her twenties and you're starting a family and you're very active. There are certain foods or certain nutrition principles you to follow. I've i'm a huge believer in. I don't believe in restriction to the point that life is boring. if. I wasn't doing what i was doing. I'd probably have a little bistro and i beat making people happy with food However i think it's really important to you know. Look at whole foods. I you know. I realize that people are very busy. So there's a lot of convenience foods that can make it easy and i understand that you'll understand if you're burning the candle at both ends and running you crazy. Religious leith is chaos. That can be very appealing. But i think if people pause and actually take a moment realize well. Here's one or two days a week. That i kind of do prepping like bak- do a batch of chicken breast or make a big pot of homemade super. Whatever that is you have meals throughout the week that allow you to still eat. Well feed your body with whole healthy foods I'm a big advocate for fats. Fats are something that are under consumed healthy fats. I think people are still. I think they're still a fear mindset with their either fearful or they're going they're taking kito and kind of maybe doing it like they don't understand it well enough that they're over consuming so i think fats are very important And again i think tracking not in terms of a prison sentence tracking. But i think there's a lot of unconscious eating
How to Create Great Thought Leadership with Andrew Rogerson
"Andrew. Thank you so much for being with us here today. So the first thing i want to ask you about is a Leadership and some people have a really negative reaction to that term. Some people love the the concept of taught leadership they see it as a as a kind of something to be respected on admired. And this kind of it. Somewhere in the middle. I think is where it's really atkin. You talk to us a little bit of bike. What leadership means to you and how you go about creating leadership should to be honest with we could probably spend the next hour talking about definition Leadership whether thought leadership is content marketing or own fits in our view thought leadership is three things it's authoritative it is original and it's insightful. Say it needs to carry song authority. And typically that as evidence led so it needs to be backed by by research of on it needs to be original so it needs to add something to the composition rather than just the noise and it needs to be insightful. I e your clients need to be able to do something with the information that you've given if those three things that then i think we can safely call thought leadership. If it doesn't much doesn't let's visit that. then. I don't think you can okay so so insightful. And able to do so the senior Is what you're saying there. Is it to actually be actionable. Yeah absolutely if you to look at one of the magic changes of thought leadership over the last five ten years five to ten years ago we were much more interested in so leadership around brand awareness and in the very beginning of the funnel. Neither is moving much more towards the middle of the funnel and helping clients solve problems. So decisions undo something useful to absolutely.
Putting Post-Covid Cruising to the Ultimate Test
"Can cruising we return post shutdown postcode. It'd be fun. Be enjoyable and be relaxing. And that's what i'm about to put to the test. Because i'm here on board my very first cruise after fifteen months of shutdown on biking venus. And i'm going to find out can cruising post shutdown. Be fun be enjoyable and be relaxing if you knew here. I'm gary beverage and my goal is to help make it fun and easy to discover plan at have unforgettable cruise vacations so what exactly makes for a enjoyable and relaxing vacation. I had a list. But i went out and asked people on the channel and hundreds and hundreds of people replied and everyone came up with the same seven things that i did. Somebody use those seven things to test out about cruising post covet. Now many of the videos. That i've watched and reports that i've read on postcode cruising has tended to focus very much on the restrictions the rules. But that's not what's important. What's important for me is what does it feel like to be backup cruising. Does it feel the same does feel different and is magnificent. The number one item which everybody said universally was key to a cruise being relaxing and enjoyable was being disconnected sets being disconnected from work being disconnected from your phone being disconnected from chores. Walk the dog. Cook your own food. So of course that's absolutely true of postcode. Cruising this is my first cruise in fifteen months since the shutdown and i was able to disconnect as simple nearly as i did before. So that's definitely a tick however it's not entirely possible to disconnect because there's concert reminders of the world that we live in so let's take a look at some of the things that were happening on the cruise. Now i would say though that although they did remind you of the world we're living in. They did actually and other ways make me feel reassured which did help me disconnect so what was in place well first of all come the cruise. It was vaccinated guests only so suddenly that reminded you that restriction in place. Unlike before when you could rive at any time you wanted. There was very strict invocation times in half hour slots you had to show proof of your vaccination status yet temperature checks and ultimately you had to have a pc tests done before you could actually happily sale.
Peloton is slashing the price of its Bike by hundreds of dollars to $1,495
"Of affluence. Now the company's cutting prices to try to push into middle class households. They're going to Push the price of their most popular bike down by $400. It will only cost about 1500 bucks live with the Bloomberg Business
Is It Muggy Out? Check the Dew Point!
"Okay thomas lou. Summer hater. here's a scenario. I wake up in the morning. I'm preparing to go on an afternoon bike. Ride on my hog around the city. Check my weather app for the forecast. It's hot you know. Say about eighty-five but manageable and the humidity is like fifty seven percent. Let's say does that. Mean i'm still going to have like a nice bike ride or sort of. It's a little hard to hell with just humidity. Okay but humidity is telling us how much water is in the air. Right right right so yes. Here's where it gets a little bit tricky to understand this. We need to consider a couple of things watering the air temperature and how these to interact with one another okay so i caught up someone. I thought might have some answers. I am greg jenkins. i'm a professor. In department of meteorology and atmospheric sciences at penn state university in greg explained relative humidity like this relative humidity is ratio or percentage of water vapor over a term that is related to order vapor in a saturated state. Okay okay so. I'm going to oversimplify here. But relative humidity is the moisture content in the air compared to the maximum moisture content. That could be in the air totes. That's why it's called relative humidity. It's not an absolute measure of moisture. Greg says a key factor in relative humidity is air temperature. You know the number we usually look at when describing if it's going to be hot or cold out. Dre warmer air can contain more moisture while cooler air can contain less moisture. So over the course of a day if you just had the amount of water vague bernie atmosphere sixth and you let the temperature run. Its normal course. The relative humidity would go up and down just based on
"biking" Discussed on How to Money
"This might sound drastic but we even feel that it's worth reconsidering where you live. We feel that the benefits of biking are so massive that planning your housing in order to live in a more bike. Area can be worthwhile. But maybe that's not the boat. You're in maybe you don't want to move but even still right cars. They have to share the roads with bikes. And so obviously where a good fitting helmet but then make sure that you have lights to increase your visibility. When you're on roads that are necessarily made for bikers. You can still be on those roads but make sure you've got the flashing light on the back of your bike. Make sure you've got a light on the front of it that super bright that also flashes being visible and having an ability to see things on the road is hugely important. Especially when you're on a daily basis to work. Yeah no doubt and matt one final. Excuse i think. I hear people say and it was probably an excuse. I i gave back in the day was like well. I don't wanna wear spandex. I don't wanna look like one of those falls. You know who's like that earlier. But i feel like i truly could see you one of these days like getting the kind of spandex get up. I'm so tallest awkward. I think. But i don't necessarily consider myself a quote unquote cyclist like Yeah i'm not going out there like doing fifty mile rides on the weekends. That's my jam. Kind of more of a to and fro point eight point b.'s. Advice or more practical cash. Yeah exactly and so. I think yeah. You don't have to adopt that lifestyle. You don't have to be that person you can just wear normal close Opt to ride a bike. Instead of driving a car you don't necessarily have to get into cycling culture To in order to adopt that like more of a bike loving lifestyle. All you have to get on your bike and start like writing. That's how you been like for you like that can be cycling culture for you..
"biking" Discussed on Outside Podcast
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"Just get yourself out of the situation. Rebecca trudged on into the darkness mistake and end up costing her around six hours. The snow was so deep that was forced to push your bike. It was rough but it was also a scenario that she was much better prepared for after her emotional journey to vietnam and long ride on the blood road. I wonder would. This have all played out differently if if you had somehow done this race in two thousand fifteen or something. Yeah i the rebecca before blood road would have handled that differently. Productivity yelled and screamed. And and i might even have gone back to the start. I was pretty close Start but i mean that said like i've quit one race in my life in high school cross country running race it was the regional championships my junior year and i stepped off the course that race because i was typically the fastest runner on her team and that day i wasn't and i was behind where i thought i should have been and i quit and i remember that so well of having to go to my mom and my teammates. My coach who are genuinely worried about me. And i had no good answer for them as to why So you know. When i say i was going to might have turned around and gone back. That wasn't going to happen. But i do think the rebecca before blood road probably would have spent more time beating myself up and thinking of like i blown it. I sock in instead. It was a pivot of like this is a journey. I'm growing as a person you know. Find the find the gift in sort of the loss in in losing my dad. You know him sacrificing his life during the vietnam war. There have been gifts that have come from that. There have been massive gifts that have come from that in in especially after going and riding blood road and connecting with him and connecting with my family. And so yeah. I'm a lot better now at looking at what we have to be grateful for instead of what we have to beat ourselves up about or what we have in this case. Rebecca received a very tangible gift for her mistake in the form of her husband. Greg martin he's a serious competitive athlete himself and he'd entered the i trail invitational after rebecca encouraged him when i finally rejoined the course i saw other tire tracks. I was like oh okay. I'm not alone out here so actually came up on greg sleeping on the side of the trail. I came across this little bundle in the snow. And i recognize his bike and his busy sack and i was like. Oh that's brag and sleeping. So i didn't want to wake him up and so i just. I drew this big heart in the snow and put a little piece of candy there so that when he woke up he would he would know that i was okay and you know know that i had passed him and there was a checkpoint about ten miles up ahead and so my plan was i was gonna take out the checkpoint there and then then kind of wait for him and connected. See how he was doing. After greg made it to the checkpoint the two of them left together they ride at about the same speed and so without really planning to. They became a team which was great until the already nasty weather went to hell minus fifty forty mile an hour winds. There was a period in in the race multiple periods where you couldn't expose any skin or eat any food for for twelve hours. You know going up and over the alaska range because the conditions were just too horrific. Wait a minute you you couldn't drink for twelve hours. Yeah now until you get in because you think about it. You're in those extreme conditions. You're covered with a face mask with goggles with you. Know gloves on your hand and your your hydration pack is inside all of your layers to stay warm so it doesn't freeze so if you wanna drink water that means unzipping exposing your face taking a drink zipping. Everything back up and there was no way. I was going to expose my skin or risk dropping glove and it was so windy. Anything that that wasn't attached was gonna blow away. I mean we were literally walking. Pushing our bikes in the wind is grabbing a sixty pound bike and knocking it over and he was kinda like me my rookie year. You know he wasn't as prepared as fit as it could have been. He really started struggling And we've been pushing our bikes for hours every day and he was just really kind of like emotionally lake. I came here to ride by putting push my bike. And i kept telling him all the next part of the trails really good. I swear you're gonna love it like oh just get to rainy pass. You'll love it and he just really wasn't having a good time and he was suffering and so when we got to rainy pass which was just at the base of rainy pass which is about one hundred and fifty miles in. It's it's about halfway a little under half way and He wanted to quit there. And i remember feeling really sad because i. I didn't want to be alone. I was really enjoying being with him. And i said whatever you wanna do. We had a good sleep. We sat and we had a big dinner and we sat across the table and talked. And i said whatever you wanna do respect you but there's nothing i wanna do more than cross the finish with you and i'll stay with you like we'll do it together and i also said this. What i think was the kicker I said look if you stop now. You're going to have to come back and do this event again so you might as well check it off. While you're nearly at the halfway point he said you know. Okay i'll go on. And i just said okay then i'm with you. We're a team. Till the finish. And i just remember feeling really happy that he wanted to go on. Because i didn't want to be alone because it was so hard that year with the snow and the conditions that i needed emotional support more than anything and i was happy to be his emotional support physical support. But i also needed it to. I didn't. I didn't want to go on alone. Rebecca in greek suffered together. It was a long slow. push to the finish london. We probably walked hundred and fifty miles of three hundred fifty. Just pushing our bikes. We're literally up to our waist in snow home and lifting your bike you know a heavy loaded by a few inches and taking another step and post polling through impose polling through and literally. We were moving one mile an hour many times during the race or or even slower it just was tedious tedious work. And you know you you sort of like. Try to walk a ride by rail if you if you could find that harder surface underneath you where the snow machines actually went you. 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"I'm proud of myself and very humbled. The moment i finished. I was in tears. My face was puffy from you. Know you know cold. And and i had to be escorted into next warm bathtub. And you know i was sort of a sobbing physical emotional mess because it was so was so relieved that i made it but i crossed that. Finish line on fumes and proud of my completion but also knowing in my heart that i could do better and that was the motivation to come back year number. Two of like okay. I can survive.
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"Dog race. I've been half miles to three hundred and fifty start somewhere in some ways. It's not a huge surprise. That rebecca has taken on this challenge for decades. She has been a giant name in endurance sports beginning in the late. Nineteen ninety s. She was an elite adventure. Racer helping teams win events across the planet. She also completed a first female ascent of a climbing route on yosemite el capitan and in two thousand five. She switched to mountain biking and became a dominant champion in long distance. Events accomplishments include being the only woman to win the brutally difficult leadville one hundred four times but while rebecca is an extraordinary athlete. She has always hated the cold. I will tell you as a kid like we grew up in in the midwest and he Ski local mountain. I was always the kid who was too cold and had to go in early and get hot chocolate and mehanna freezing. And so. I've never been really adept in the cold. This is exactly why she wanted to ride a bike in the arctic wilderness. It was a chance for her to be desperately uncomfortable and a challenge herself in a way that she knew would hurt again so surprising after all rebecca long ago earned the nickname the queen of pain for her ability to push through the most agonizing moments of races. And as you're about to hear she did find a new level of suffering in alaska but there was something else going on out there on the editor odd trail. There was even significant. You see for the first time in her life. Rebecca actually understood what the pain was teaching her to explain this. We.
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"Teach me i hike. He wanna learn french though. Don't go to college rome ago. We take robby for his birthday a couple of years up to quebec. No you're supposed to do that. Say totally by. What do you want me to sneak across the border. I was standing on the road to model suitcase on wheels. And my little teddy bear all ready to go and your shoe teddy bear and your fucking security blanket. Look yeah. where's the baby baby. Td would love that joke. Does td guys haven't had tv on sports. Cast have you now. We don't spend for the most part time and think for all of them. It's just been me robin josh g. Like fat man is smells like shit off one. That smells like shit. Like he's gonna actually listen to this day but he know he's he's a one man track like you get them on like he sees a new mean he will stick with it for at least we know maybe new. You're well aware of. There's new year baby. The ask e comes up anibal fuck it like it was the most. I can't remember what we were taught. Big animal mean instagram parochial. Set it up to actually set it up. Sometimes it hits a lot of times it falls flat. But when he's just like fucking spouting off right shit when he's drunk or something. Oh my god. This shit's fucking hilarious. Hilariously chases we were playing poker. Oh my god that man was fucked up and making random comments like every fifteen minutes rocking our. Tv's like man. Y'all see that milers. Leonard apologize for his anti semitic slur. While i literally just put it out. I clicked on dude stream. Because just because like i watched the student here and there and he was playing with him and who's chaps freaking out havoc two minutes before i got in it was wild your mom and like he said kite because the guy was flying runs. Like that's cap. Why would you say that guy wasn't even was sitting at a fucking building like. Oh he's literally sit in the you know the the fire station it's inbetween bone yard and apartments. The guy was sitting in that and he was like. Don't you snipe at me. You stupid little and set it and it was like like dude. Wait a minute. He said the say now. he's white. what the australian. what no not. No he like the derogatory term for jewish people like. I don't want to say clearly. Oh i haven't heard that word but today on the real though. I'll send you video. I have not heard that were actually used by anyone in a long time. I don't know that lake. That's two thousand twelve dollars. isn't he. like yeah he's like super jewish. He's actually actually like a practicing jew religion kind of way. I agree believe in what you want to put it in bold bald terms whack. They'll be. I'm trying to i wanted to do is have like an image for each episode. Just like a little hint at what the fuck we're talking about so i'm thinking it's either going to be right now. A bowl of fucking cottage cheese purchased religion. Kind of way man. It's gotta be diamond. Palmas bike along..
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"'cause i thought one pet thought the one off and then the other paths split off being the same path about his back to the same place. And then i went the other whaling. All this is another completely different simet. It's fine you get the sat scores. And i have the navigation skills. Rob is the same way booth go Pissed him off fucking trail that was built for motor. you must have lost completely manicured trail. That's made to lead back to the same place. Ooh right he wanted to white matters. You were making fun of carry a map in my pocket. He's the map appeased the map. He's the map. Are you ever lost. Meet a map. We'll try pocket maps your voice like you fucking turn turn left ten minutes ago jokes on you rerouting. Jump off the cliff just like you're just going straight and every couple minutes. It's just like you're going the wrong way you know. They've called me. The may rob. Christopher columbus lightermen christopher columbus you know they called me the marco pull this genetic inside the navigation side of christopher columbus where he gotta sit not all the other bad stuff he did. I'm more like the ferdinand magellan of my generation. Oh shut the fuck up. You have to reach that one. Fucking poll it out. None i can say is the best adventure of all time goofy goofy. Should i continue. I don't know what you will say it. I heard ferdinand magellan that. I do see that. I don't know is it. Marco polo marco marco polo. Go pull up. That man fucked. Think you're thinking about genghis khan well. He like game. Steve girls to isn't there. Like an actual story out there that marco polo died a virgin like an actual legitimate story on all on. I'm acknowledges fucking nine spelt in lies. Swear he went. Over to g- england and gang was the puck and theme park. He won over there. And you're like damn this man's cool and they gave him a bunch of stuff and i'm quite sure they gave but kicking is land sipping like waterslide. Coming out of goes over a wall when you go in. You're more than likely like eight percent chance you're one of my One of my Siblings roof. I feel like that joke would been a lot. Funnier landed the of alexander. The type of guy my own like conquer opinion. So it'd be an polian say you napoleon just therefore union picked fucking alexander. The great wasn't napoleon short. Why would you not french. He loves the frenchies. Yeah oh french speakers in the audience..
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"Okay well regards. i'll go. They're not gonna know what not gonna know what's going on anyways. Yes meatloaf is i don. I don't know. I can't really say if it's overrated but it's just kinda like okay. I love it. So don't a related kind of not related count on the same wavelength. What's everyone's thoughts on Lasagna love lasagna neck. I don't have it often. So i'm kinda i felt in love with anya cheese. My old man absolutely fucking hates it so we never get to have it. But i don't conform nominal. I'd rather just have some spaghetti and meatball. That's what i get when i go to Olive garden is the lasagna. Was anya in the fuck in. What is it chicken. Parm which i understand. Yes is like a chicken patty with cheese and just completely screwed up my prior statements. But what kind of about. Nick put american cheese on it. Didn't you know show the on what you chicken patty. No i do. Kobe decker pepperidge or nothing else. Jack nance put the dude. Put it between two pieces of bread. Man's busted so of course you bomb she. I've got himself. Lucky in gouda or some fucking. I did go on a test months ago. I just bought like every different type of cheese. That i've never tried before and never had she lactose cheese. You speak of my favorite kind of cheeses. The chrome pour l'amour jape power vase. What the fuck did you have somebody. You're gonna call you all. It was created for marianne google. Give me a cheese. I like have artie. Actually i have had already. It's not bad but It's a weird one. I'm martha roller boy. I'm appropriate kind. Are working say love mozzarella wine. I love wine okay. I don't give a fuck is good. I can't stand as shit. I also don't really drink. But if i were to its beer or like fucking asshole bayer just took the what cheeser you quiz and apparently on swiss your strange swiss cheese. Yeah what are you guys have feelings on. String cheese bomb. Just get right. He you know what you are your cottage cheese. Dad eats cottage cheese instead of like french. Fry. sometimes that is weird. Yes we'll go to a restaurant and they'll be like what do you want for your side and he'll be like cheese like hit with a baseball bat as a child with a focus. It a try. It's not bad. I like cottage cheese or cottage cheese and cottage p. Gray race perplexed. Larry if i gotta add nonsense you fucking pets grey poupon. Do what kind of cheese bacteria would you be guys off of. Would you be lactose bacteria. Cat case i ask that mexican cheese caso case. Bill got nachos with that case. Oj's you guys think about case..
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"Yeah well he does and milk. They were done to him and then he just kinda didn't undo them. Let's let's keep the theme but switch to the direction you remember when never left lefties audubon leftist milk on on his desk and known threw it out for like couple weeks until it turned actual fucking butter cheese milk. We weren't getting ready to ease milk when asked how how but that was in fifth grade. Right yeah i never had to vote ahead of the first half a fifth grade. Because he wasn't there for a second half right right. How did mr webb was not ever do anything about it. I don't know. I feel like touching a man's milk. Maybe he wants it. Yeah yeah what came back and said. Hey where's my milk. throw it out. And she's freaking out my milk. So milk i am the just. I think we did like quickly like say that's how you feel. Negative just walked into europe bowed through throughway your pc. After six months of non-use. Because i'm like just gone missing. I would feel much but wasn't missing. He wasn't missing. he was missing. You guys are gonna be mad for what i'm about to say but i just had five hundred meters tonight with a car yet. I drive station that one. yeah. I'm the resonant dad of this group the whole second. I think you're the youngest one here. You definitely are whatever's pick on me. Because i'm young small when easy target. Who's the oldest in our group. May well weaver. Weaver weavers ninety five years old so in this haven't weaver's a frictional on his seventh life at this point it goes alex. Then you nick then matt than me. Yeah you're just a young spring chicken. Melissa books my little friendship french boy. You guys ready. For patty's day brother sink patties chicken patties. Yes they now hold on. Hold on how not because they're just old and moldy yes exactly. How do you eat your chicken. Betty's i did whatever you know. Sometimes some catch up sometimes hot sauce. And we'll just be a plane chicken patty with ketchup on it. Or would you put it on bread or bucknell. I'm putting that on the bond bro. What about okay okay. What about two pieces of bread. If you didn't have done that acceptable it's fucking bredon. Same fucking thing. Okay okay okay. The only reason i'm asking this is because jason thought it was the funniest shit. When i literally just fucking microwaved chicken. Patty put on two pieces of bread with cheese and up and he just thought it was like the weirdest showing what the reasons are decide to know. I the cobi jones. Don't worry any type of jack pepper jack cheese and meat loaf. No no do. I have you know. Never you already know what i'm saying. It's weird fucking fucking bomb on. Its own and you put like cheese and shit in the middle of like egypt ruined it. Listen meatloaf is vastly overrated wrote. It is different but at least the way my mom makes it. It's quite sweet. So i feel cheese. Just kinda fucked with that saying it takes the bight away sweet and savory different types. Don't think over probably five years had no cats though for dinner tonight meal. So fucking good little show overrated sausage in it. That's why i like it a lot. Yeah that's different though. That actually sounds good dude. It's already eat o'clock told them what time zone an eastern we live in not gonna know he's for for when you put this out fucking four days from now.
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"Because the elementary school was there same through the elementary schools. Have the little under cubby thing. You got good grip on those. Yeah i think. I throw any time adams. How far though sixteen meters far enough far enough open open setting realistically from miss davis driveway through her when standing on the field school member me. I like mistake in the later years. Just who does this show a desk and a fucking six year. Old idea is a messy person. Okay clean up your damn task. Outdoor desk at the kid should up fucking football poem. I was a messy person. But i was never expire obeyed. I was never bad enough to have like potato mash potatoes stuck in my binder for multiple days. And now that she you me out nick rush. It was rough. I don't know who did it. I just know who to was anything of you. Watched people put the shit in there like saw. It happening knew what was happening. Proceeded to leave said mashed potatoes in there for what four months till the end of school. Oh my god. I saw kobe's no i'm pretty sure fucking while on. I wasn't a part of that. But i remember hearing about i do talking about me because my notebook all right. All of our topics don't have mashed potatoes every page levels piece on each. Sometimes i soak it in gravy and just ringing it out bro. Yeah i imagine. You're like tend to cook an instant mashed potato thing. It's like a fucking pan with mashed potatoes looking the tip mashed potatoes my binder. I would just doing alone. You guys remember the time that the entire hallway smelled like rotten milk right. Nah i'm not calling them out again. Really not yeah. It was rough. Why does that. He got picked on hard. Did you fucking weird things like that..
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"Like about the most american way to go about it so But i think he can have some great insights for Maybe just lay out what you're seeing and how you've been feeling how that's evolved over the last three years. I think it's been since brexit was very in in short. It's a mess and it's been a mess for many years because there's been a lack of strategic direction hand or intent. I think that governments are confused. The people are confused companies. Were confused but i think there are a couple of things that are specifically related to health. Care that we are starting to see more clarity. So on supply chain is a concern that many people had and i think kobe has been a good test of supply chain so many businesses in the uk had to adapt their supply chain to kind of new cove environment. And maybe have come away thinking that this could be a model you know in a new post brexit implementation era so supply chain disruption. I think has been sorted. And the companies that we've invested in the companies that we work in seem to have come up with solutions to ensure that there's constant that a supply chain so that they can actually do. Api manufacturing cdm cmo's that sort of thing. I think the regulatory climate is also something that comes up quite often and as you think about the m. h. r. a. and their scrutiny over the uk. And then the eu regulators. The good news is it. Looks like the m h a is going to default to eu dossiers. So that rub kind of comes out of the system. Naturally which is i think for many of you on this call in the biopharm industry a good outcome as you think about. You know kind of wrinkles in the system. You have this odd situation with northern ireland so northern ireland. I just did my. I'm i'm getting uk citizenship. So i've just gone through my knowledge destined the uk. So i actually know this one..
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"In terms of the biking specifically give it a try because it's easy to make his i think that even more than the sweating and kind of effort involved it's more kind of the convenience factor it takes a little bit higher than you might have to to leave a little bit more time you might have to take a change of clothes it's all doable but you know when you have we got the you'll get maybe kids to worry about an you're pressed for time and you got all his your life's already too busy it can seem too hard to kind of break over that inconvenience barrier but once i did it once my wife did it too so my wife's name is sharon and if anything she's even more of a biking advocate than i am so allows you know as you enter leads hustle getting her interested in biking to initiate just she kinda just really embraced it i think it's just a wonderful thing feels great when you're doing it it makes me happy you know going to wars off depression and then this is really interesting on a lot of people don't know this but it will actually add is significantly to your lifespan on average if you take a population a large population of people and you look at the people who buy commute and you look at the people who don't buy commute the people bike commu on average will live like i don't remember what the exact number but it's like it's on the order of a year longer just because of the reduced risk for heart disease for for strokes heart outland the reduced risk of you being flattened by a semi truck in california and a motorcycle.