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#1 4 years ago

1) Go for bike ride without enough water for the temperature/effort 2) Start feeling fuzzy in the head while reveling in the tingling in your fingers 3) ??? 4) Profit?

Ugh. Gotta move somewhere that isn't a fucking desert.




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#2 4 years ago

Sure, but why simulate dehydration when you can suffer dehydration.




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#3 4 years ago

Because goats.


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#4 4 years ago

I used the word "simulator" lightly. Muddy puddles on the side of the road started to look very refreshing.




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#5 4 years ago

-> 0.25 l water per 15 minutes of heavy exercise.




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#6 4 years ago

Skål.


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#7 4 years ago
Biiviz;5736773-> 0.25 l water per 15 minutes of heavy exercise.

Unless it's winter. Then it's more like 0.5 l per hour. Or hellishly hot with lots of climbing. I tend to suck down nearly 2 liters in an hour climbing one particularly horrid road.

Your general rules mean nothing!!!

What's interesting is once I get used to summer, the 2 liters I brought will be fine for the 2 hour ride. The first few genuinely hot rides just take it out of me.

Same story with winter: the first few truly cold rides leave me a sniveling snot covered mess - then I get used to it.

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#8 4 years ago

Toph;5736777Unless it's winter. Then it's more like 0.5 l per hour. Or hellishly hot with lots of climbing. I tend to suck down nearly 2 liters in an hour climbing one particularly horrid road.

Your general rules mean nothing!!!

What's interesting is once I get used to summer, the 2 liters I brought will be fine for the 2 hour ride. The first few genuinely hot rides just take it out of me.

Same story with winter: the first few truly cold rides leave me a sniveling snot covered mess - then I get used to it.

OUR BODIES WILL ADAPT TO SERVICE US[/QUOTE]

Toph;5736777Unless it's winter. Then it's more like 0.5 l per hour.[/quote]

Yes.

[QUOTE=Toph;5736777]Your general rules mean nothing!!!

It's summer, isn't it?

[QUOTE=Toph;5736777]OUR BODIES WILL ADAPT TO SERVICE US

Service me you fucking whore.




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#9 4 years ago

Biiviz;5736778

It's summer, isn't it?

You don't understand our summers. They're...fucking stupid. One day it'll be like 25 out. The next it'll be 40. The difference in water is insane, especially on 5+ hour rides. Literally half the effort is just figuring out what random stores in redneck-ville are open. I once strapped 8 liters to my rack. 8! Plus 2 in bottles. Granted that was like a 12 hour ride. It wasn't actually that hot. Hauling an extra 12 kilos up those damn mountains was awful lol

And everything is closed on Sundays :(

*services you* :fap:




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#10 4 years ago

Toph;5736779I once strapped 8 liters to my rack.[/QUOTE]

Camelbak setup?

Toph;5736779One day it'll be like 25 out. The next it'll be 40. The difference in water is insane, especially on 5+ hour rides. Literally half the effort is just figuring out what random stores in redneck-ville are open.

Hey now, their necks are just red from biking all day.

[QUOTE=Toph;5736779]Hauling an extra 12 kilos up those damn mountains was awful lol

Exercise is the whole point, isn't it?




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