Saturday, May 28, 2005

View EZ Bikers Recumbent Journal!!!


Personal bike journal available to all! To see what EZ Biker has been doing recumbent cycling wise go to the following link:

Friday, May 27, 2005

Happy Safe Memorial Holiday Weekend!


Just wanted to take a moment and wish everyone a Happy Safe Memorial Day weekend! PLEASE ride safe and also never forget why this Day is SO Important in APPRECIATION for those Brave Men and Women that served and gave their lives (And for those still alive as well) so that we can continue to enjoy our Freedom!
Photo by EZ Biker Copyright © 2005 ezbiker.com All rights reserved worldwide.







Sunday, May 22, 2005

My FIRST Time...

WELL, as they say, you NEVER forget YOUR FIRST Time... ;-) Pictured is me on my First recumbent behind my then nice home on a back canal in Pompano Beach Florida. To see more pictures of my numerous recumbents just click on the photo or go to the following link. More photos to follow soon! Photo by EZ Biker Copyright © 2004, 2005 ezbiker.com All rights reserved worldwide.

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Favorite photo sharing websites

(Please note, I have no vested, personal or financial interests in either of these websites)


Pictured above are 2 of my favorite photo posting / sharing websites.
This post will eventully be moved to my Personal Forum Blog now under construction. :-)

Bike Repair Stand Photos

Because I have gotten a lot of e-mail comments about TOO LONG of time to download and view my bike stand photos, (SORRY about that... ) I've moved them to my Photobucket photo hosting website. To view more bike stand photos just click on the photo and then click on the next link at the Photobucket website. In case that photo link goes away here's another link directly to the picture seen here and to the album.

In response to an inquiry from the Bacchetta Bicycle Forum,
http://bacchettabikes.com/forum2/tm.asp?m=3153
here are some pictures of my Bacchetta Aero on the Park Tool Bicycle Stand, Model PCS-4 with the Extreme Range Clamp 100-5X. Photo by EZ Biker Copyright © 2004, 2005 ezbiker.com All rights reserved worldwide.

Friday, May 13, 2005

Slightly used Giro AVAILABLE!!!

Slightly used Giro is available at the bike shop website posted here! Posted by Hello

WELL a recent NEW Baby arrival has found it's way back to the bike store. Seems my good friend Alan and his Lovely wife went riding this past weekend and she had a slight low speed fall. She became a little shy about getting back on the Giro and has opted for a 3 wheel trike instead and is said to be MOST Happy with the new trike endevor.
SO, anyone who happens to be in the market for a slightly used (NOT damaged in anyway) Giro should contact the bike shop I have posted for details!!!

Friday, May 06, 2005

Check out this Blogger Forum!


EXCELLENT Blogger Forum! Posted by Hello
WELL, this is slightly off topic and I hope to move this particular subject matter to my soon to be setup, favorite links area. BUT for now, I'll post it here for others to see and check out. This blog forum is REALLY a neat forum and has already helped me in a lot of my many questions and stuff I'm looking for, about blogging!

Monday, May 02, 2005

Which bike / cyclist is more aerodynamic?


Which bike looks more comfortable to ride? Posted by Hello

Well I did my usual weekend Fort Lauderdale, Fl. A1A / Commercial ride yesterday and got to do the return ride in a 17+ mph HEAD WIND. Still I managed to maintain a 20 mph speed and managed to stay a head of the road cyclist beasties pretty much the whole flipside of the ride. I happen to see the above picture at the Bacchetta forum, which shows the different riding style of a road bike cyclist vs. a recumbent bike cyclist. Now from an aerodynamic point of view, which bike looks to be MORE aerodynamic?
Now I ask you, if you were cycling in a 17+ mph headwind or doing a 100 mile century event, which bike would you prefer to be on??? ;- Photo courtesy of Volae recumbents http://www.volaerecumbents.com/