Bike Withdrawal …

Temps have been in the teens here in Chicago with intermittent snow and ice, so I have been unable to ride my bike for the past two days. I live in a high rise building which has a health club, but I can’t stand the feeling of confinement I get there. As a result I have taken to walking the stairs and doing yoga – fine for my body, but it ain’t riding a bike. Herewith some items I found that make me feel better .

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Tony

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2 responses to “Bike Withdrawal …

  1. It’s not the same as riding outside, but up here in Minneapolis during the winter months, I ride my spin bike. I sometimes watch “virtual trail” videos to negate the “cramped in” feeling of being indoors. It’s not the same but kind of helps!

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