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Post  kumagako on Sun Aug 14, 2011 2:36 pm

sabi nila its time for a new change

new job
new haircut
new bicycle
new outloook in life
new pbb member na si Stanley

kaya im selling mah Powermeter at a very good discounted price of 2000sgd (if pbb member)
kabit na natin para masaya

specs:
170mm alloy gossamer crank
7800 DA chainrings
ceramic Acros BB <- pwede pa ata, not so sure
battery service til another year
garmin edge 500

w/ orig parts in box
SRM powercontolVI computer (dead batt)
suunto HRM strap
suunto speed sensor

may libreng ALX270 wheelset w/ vitoria slick tires

OVER NA ITO!!! sabog

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Post  Kiko on Sun Aug 14, 2011 5:07 pm

Try to offer to emril...
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Post  Kiko on Sun Aug 14, 2011 5:08 pm

Nyay... Time for me to quit competetive cycling :( tulog
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Post  kumagako on Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:38 pm

Kiko wrote:Nyay... Time for me to quit competetive cycling :( tulog
you should be a leisure cyclist
or a pleasure cyclist
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Post  Kiko on Mon Aug 15, 2011 8:51 am

kumagako wrote:
Kiko wrote:Nyay... Time for me to quit competetive cycling :( tulog
you should be a leisure cyclist
or a pleasure cyclist

hehehe tinry ko ginoogle ang 'pleasure cyclist' and here is what i stumbled upon....

Cycling for PLEASURE



There are two possible approaches to take when cycling ‘training’:

1) See it as a route towards pleasure: forget about ‘proper’ training, ignore planning schedules and interval training, and simply cycle often and regularly in order to gain overall fitness (and enjoy the countryside...)

2) Set specific targets for speed and distance and when these goals are to be achieved, and set-up a specific training schedule that will allow you to meet these goals

Of course, neither is the ‘right’ approach, it simply depends on your own cycling goals and what you hope to achieve, and also which kind of cycling brings you pleasure. It is very possible to be a good and competent cyclist without intensive training, and for many people this is all that we want from cycling, but equally there is great satisfaction in achieving personal goals.

To get significantly faster, or to compete in local races, you will need to follow the second approach - a more structured approac to cycling. But for many people the goals of cycling are more straightforward: to lose weight, to maintain and improve general fitness levels and - most important of all - just to have a good time.

We can do that without specific training, and this ‘casual training’ has other advantages. The cyclist is unlikely to suffer from over-training (common among those who follow a rigorous schedule of cycling training) or too much pressure to achieve ever better times, and will not have weeks of peak performance and weeks of under-performance.Simply by getting out cycling quite frequently you will make a lot of progress, even if you won’t win the local cycling championships.

Even if you are simply cycling for pleasure it is sometimes beneficial to have personal goals as a means of motivating yourself. First decide what distance and time you are aiming for, and then see how much you can do at the moment. Now simply increase your distance by a few kilometres each couple of weeks until you reach your goal! Broad guide: perhaps 40 - 50 miles in three hours might be a reasonable 'end' goal.

Remember, even if you are cycling completely for pleasure you will still need to make some effort if you are to improve! Not necessarily the arduous efforts of interval training, but you should push yourself to maintain yourself in a harder gear than usual when going up your favourite hill, or race as hard as you can between two telegraph poles etc. 'Casual training', we might call it, or 'informal effort'.

When you get home you want to feel as if you have had a good ride and your legs are a bit tired, but you don't need to be so exhausted that you can't walk for the rest of the day.

So don’t be concerned if you can’t be bothered with training schedules or rigid regular commitments. Just get on your bike and start cycling anyway! There are a very large number of cyclists who simply cycle for the sheer pleasure it brings, and there is nothing wrong at all in being one of them.
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Post  GIANT on Mon Aug 15, 2011 12:59 pm

This article suites me well. Swak na swak

Enjoy lang. Chillax ride always. But more often ha. Hehehe

Nice article ka Kiko!

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Post  Kiko on Tue Aug 16, 2011 3:41 pm

GIANT wrote:This article suites me well. Swak na swak

Enjoy lang. Chillax ride always. But more often ha. Hehehe

Nice article ka Kiko!

sunod dapat ang baon natin ay chilled beer sa bottle cage natin at panigurado PANALO! hhehehehe

btw txt kalang ha pagdadaan ka uli kina fafi ryan...
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Post  kumagako on Tue Aug 16, 2011 3:59 pm

Kiko wrote:
GIANT wrote:This article suites me well. Swak na swak

Enjoy lang. Chillax ride always. But more often ha. Hehehe

Nice article ka Kiko!

sunod dapat ang baon natin ay chilled beer sa bottle cage natin at panigurado PANALO! hhehehehe

btw txt kalang ha pagdadaan ka uli kina fafi ryan...

maganda sana pagkatapos ng ride eh may ice col beer para something to look forward to jump
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Post  GIANT on Wed Aug 17, 2011 12:50 am

kumagako wrote:
Kiko wrote:
GIANT wrote:This article suites me well. Swak na swak

Enjoy lang. Chillax ride always. But more often ha. Hehehe

Nice article ka Kiko!

sunod dapat ang baon natin ay chilled beer sa bottle cage natin at panigurado PANALO! hhehehehe

btw txt kalang ha pagdadaan ka uli kina fafi ryan...

maganda sana pagkatapos ng ride eh may ice col beer para something to look forward to jump

Cge cge... Ayos yan! Pagplanuhan natin yan. Lalo na pagbalik
ni Makoy!
Any takers!?!

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Post  Makoy on Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:42 am

kumagako wrote:maganda sana pagkatapos ng ride eh may ice col beer para something to look forward to jump


To'.... may problema ka?!!!

Kailan ka pa naging lasing-gero?

My project is almost complete... makaka-balik na ulit ako sa base1...
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Post  Kiko on Wed Aug 17, 2011 9:17 am

tama na yan INUMAN NA...
o pare ko magtagay ka...
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Post  kumagako on Wed Aug 17, 2011 10:15 am

Makoy wrote:

My project is almost complete... makaka-balik na ulit ako sa base1...

galit galit galit galit galit galit
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Post  Makoy on Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:07 pm

Walang paki-alaman ng trip...

So tuloy ba yung bintan trip natin?

How about Desaru, Kulai, Pontian Kechil, etc....
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Post  kumagako on Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:10 pm

Makoy wrote:Walang paki-alaman ng trip...

So tuloy ba yung bintan trip natin?

How about Desaru, Kulai, Pontian Kechil, etc....

ikaw na magschedule kung kailan

alam mo naman kung di ka kasama

ako at lahat ayaw tumuloy

your the heart and soul of the PBB - Pleasure Bike Brothers
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Post  kumagako on Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:23 pm

Makoy wrote: makaka-balik na ulit ako sa base1...

seriously... paano ka makakabuildup at peak niyan sa TdB?
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Post  Makoy on Thu Aug 18, 2011 8:20 am

No more peaking...

Just keep on riding, build endurance + some power, have a 1 week rest then race!

That's my peak!
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Post  kumagako on Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:32 am

Makoy wrote:No more peaking...

Just keep on riding, build endurance + some power, have a 1 week rest then race!

That's my peak!

LUFET!!! go go go
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Post  Makoy on Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:53 pm

Ka same-CAT ko kaya si LOOK BOMBA....

Sa registration palang talunan na ako... so why bother to peak!
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Post  Kiko on Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:21 pm

... with this kinda thinkin'... then we might as well put an "L" on our forehead while we're at it.... party
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Post  GIANT on Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:32 pm

Kiko wrote:... with this kinda thinkin'... then we might as well put an "L" on our forehead while we're at it.... party
gay

Anu yan GLEE!

So gay

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Post  Kiko on Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:38 pm

GIANT wrote:
Kiko wrote:... with this kinda thinkin'... then we might as well put an "L" on our forehead while we're at it.... party
gay

Anu yan GLEE!

So gay

dont stop belieEEVIINN..... HOLD ON TO THAT FEEEELIIINNGGGG...

teka hindi ka ba nagbike ngayon?
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Post  kumagako on Fri Aug 19, 2011 1:47 am

hindi naman ibig sabihin na magpeak eh panalo kana agad.

peaking can help on finishing with the pack which i think many would prefer than riding alone. tulog
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Post  kumagako on Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:47 am

Kiko wrote:
GIANT wrote:
Kiko wrote:... with this kinda thinkin'... then we might as well put an "L" on our forehead while we're at it.... party
gay

Anu yan GLEE!

So gay

dont stop belieEEVIINN..... HOLD ON TO THAT FEEEELIIINNGGGG...

teka hindi ka ba nagbike ngayon?

i think you 2 pleasure riders are egging too much on the leisure rider galit
tandaan niyo kahit wala akong PBB jersey eh pwede ko kau i ban sa forum club palo
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Post  GIANT on Fri Aug 19, 2011 9:25 am

kumagako wrote:
Kiko wrote:
GIANT wrote:
Kiko wrote:... with this kinda thinkin'... then we might as well put an "L" on our forehead while we're at it.... party
gay

Anu yan GLEE!

So gay

dont stop belieEEVIINN..... HOLD ON TO THAT FEEEELIIINNGGGG...

teka hindi ka ba nagbike ngayon?

i think you 2 pleasure riders are egging too much on the leisure rider galit
tandaan niyo kahit wala akong PBB jersey eh pwede ko kau i ban sa forum club palo


Ahaha! Mas type ko ata yung walang suot ng Jersey! Mas gwapo mas makaka draft ako! Awwww gay

Kiko, nag running lang me kagabi. I need some of those for the upcoming King of the road at safra bay run. Sunod ko lang mga training tips ni Fafi. Bike tayo Sat at Sun.

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Post  BlindRunner on Fri Aug 19, 2011 11:12 am

Naks naman. Mukhang triathlon is on the way na nyan dre nagkamali

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