What I mean is, Wow, does this steam heat ever rob your power!<br>Just went for my first bike ride down here. Current temp is 88 and RH is 66, so it feels like 97! I was kvetching that it's too flat here. Well, lemme tell ya, 20 flat miles in this heat may as well be 30 hilly miles in the northeast. Cripes, 2 water bottles sucked dry by the time I got home!<br><br>Even the short commuter bike rides to and from the train stations in the early AM and mid-evening are sweat-makers. Bleh, <br><br>
Try one of these<br><br>I love biking too. You're right about the heat, though... I visited kansas in july and boy, I much prefer riding in the cool shade of the trees in philly than in the wide open heat in kansas<br><br>-Matt<br><br>
I tried a CamelBack years ago. No tanx. As bad as any other backpack — half mile into the ride your back becomes a wet soppy mess. I don't care how hi-tech they say the ventilation is, it doesn't work.<br><br>
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