Hello Dana. We were neighbors at work. I worked for Howard Orloff for 14 years. Now unemployed for a year .Advocating cycling there the whole time. My lunchbreak always involved my bicycle. What is your company?
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Take a look at my website staceyearley.com--there are a bunch of illustrations there. If you like them...boy, I sure don't have much time for art work these days but I don't mind having my brain picked! Anytime!
I also prefer the lakefront trail as I live right by Belmont and Sheridan. Where are you coming from? I will be volunteering for Chainlink this Saturday at IIT. Do you maybe want to try and get together Sunday morning for a ride?
I am rather new to biking, but I've been riding to and from work and some longer weekend rides. I'm definitely a newbie, but I surprised myself this weekend by actually doing the longer Boulevard Ride this weekend. I live near Belmont and Broadway and yes, it would be good to get riding earlier in the morning and weekends anytime is good for me.
check the distance between the magnet on the wheel and the sensor. should be under 3mm. sometimes the magnet gets turned around or bumped. then check the wiring (if its wired) from the sensor up to the mounting bracket--if it's frayed time to buy a new one. if that's ok, theck the mounting bracket. steel wool the contact pads, make sure the 'puter is in the bracket correctly and has a good battery. if that doesn't work reset the computer and re-program the wheel data and stuff in it.