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2013-08-21 1:47 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?
I found out last weekend that n+1(bike) has substantially more latitude than n+1(guitar).


2013-08-21 3:03 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?
Originally posted by wbayek

Originally posted by tomspharmacy

Originally posted by switch

Originally posted by Clempson
Originally posted by Goosedog n = x + 1 - R R = recumbent
I think you finally solved the equation

I might add E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cudeag10U7Q 

n = (x + 1)- (R+ E)




To me, I'd rather do standing hill tempo repeats on my road bike... it's the same position anyways. The sad thing about these things, is I can forsee a race series with them.


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Not right, just not right...

However, I can see the value of using something like that if I have a run injury, like pool running. Otherwise, just not right... how do I convert a nataulis gym on wheels, maybe we can do that too? I'm doing lat pulldowns and moving down the... screw it nevermind.

I'd like to see folks riding this thing more than being on that stupid Segway rider, at least they'd be getting some exercise.



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2013-08-21 8:01 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?

Originally posted by RussTKD I found out last weekend that n+1(bike) has substantially more latitude than n+1(guitar).

B+G=8, currently. I need more B, so I may sell a G or 2.

2013-08-21 9:29 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?
Originally posted by cdban66

Originally posted by RussTKD I found out last weekend that n+1(bike) has substantially more latitude than n+1(guitar).

B+G=8, currently. I need more B, so I may sell a G or 2.

I'm currently at 6.

The guitars are worth more, but the least valuable guitar is worth less than the least valuable bike.

There is no pressure to sell anything yet, but I saw a SS at my local bike store that I'm starting to drool over.

2013-08-23 1:21 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?
My LBS posted this on FB. I thought it fit this thread nicely



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2013-08-23 3:06 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?
Originally posted by cdban66

Originally posted by RussTKD I found out last weekend that n+1(bike) has substantially more latitude than n+1(guitar).

B+G=8, currently. I need more B, so I may sell a G or 2.

 

I texted a pic of a new Bianchi road bike to my wife last Friday.  "Don't you already have a bunch of bikes?"

I them reminded her my birthday is in 2 weeks.  "But didn't you just buy a new tri-bike?"

I replied with "You're right.  I'm on my way to the music store."

 

Her:  "NOOOOOOOOOOOO"



2013-08-23 4:47 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?
Originally posted by cdban66

Originally posted by RussTKD I found out last weekend that n+1(bike) has substantially more latitude than n+1(guitar).

B+G=8, currently. I need more B, so I may sell a G or 2.




Hopefully nobody tells my wife that one should consider a B + G (and even worse adding an A in there)!

Fortunately my bikes are all ones I've built myself and managed to save quite a bit over a new bike and most of my guitars and amps have been purchased used so I've gotten some great gear for very reasonable prices.

I think I'm at the point where I don't actually want any more bikes and if I get a new one, it will be to replace one I have. The guitars on the otherhand, well I can always find a new sonic niche that needs to be filled

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2013-08-23 7:00 PM
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2013-08-23 7:00 PM
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Subject: RE: Is there a limit to n = x + 1?
The limit of n as x approaches infinity asymptotically approaches Divorce.

L'Hôpital offers us some relief but Heisenberg says you cannot predict your spouses position at any given time.

Just sayin'....
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