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1) You put on your jeans and they already have the right leg rolled up.

 

2) You do laundry when you don't have any more clean bike shorts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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when you are seriously considering taking the metra all the way to Northbrook (which will consist of a 28 minute walk in the rain) to go meet up with your husband at work because he accidentally took both u lock keys with him and your bike is being held prisoner and you really really want to go on the Liars tour tonight.
when you build a back pack speaker set so all the riders in critical mass (or any other bike event for that matter) have some music to enjoy in the all chaos
You wonder if you could date someone who doesn't cycle.
Yes, you just have to convert them over time.

Julie Hochstadter said:
You wonder if you could date someone who doesn't cycle.
Bad idea trying to ever change any "partner."  Just bad.  Take them as they are or leave them.

Joel said:
Yes, you just have to convert them over time.


True.  Though I converted my partner by making cycling look fun.

James Baum said:
Bad idea trying to ever change any "partner."  Just bad.  Take them as they are or leave them.

Joel said:
Yes, you just have to convert them over time.


One can only lead by example and hope for the best.
You are at work and It is 10 am before you notice you still have your reflective pants leg band still on.

Yes, like! My wife and I can relate to that one....

 

Joel said:

You convinced your girlfriend who hasn't hardly touched a bike in 15 years to buy one and is now excited about riding.

You're thrilled to ride in to work so effortlessly and so fast because of the following wind.
....and then you realize you'll be fighting that same wind going home, but you're not worried because you relish the extra workout, treating it as a bit of 'ascent practice' in this flat city of our's.
Usually when I go someplace the wind rarely cooperates and I find myself riding "uphill" both ways.  Now I understand what my dad meant when he used to say it was 5-miles uphill to school both ways

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