Monthly Archives: July 2014

Saturday Morning Easy Ride: 63 miles

Saturday Morning Easy Ride: 63 miles Yesterday I went for a ride with my 80-year-old mother at Sandy Hook National Park over at the Jersey shore. She did 8 miles on one of my Dahon folding bikes. I was riding … Continue reading

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Underwater Filming with a GoPro Hero3

Underwater Filming with a GoPro Hero3

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GoPro Hero3 Black Edition – How it Works Underwater

GoPro Hero3 Black Edition – How it Works Underwater Are you helping a friend swim better? Would the friend benefit from seeing how he or she actually swims? I’ve seen several people film swimmers walking along a pool deck using … Continue reading

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What’s the Best Way to Get Good at Swimming Quickly?

What’s the Best Way to Get Good at Swimming Quickly? I guess the first question to answer is “What do I mean by ‘swimming’?” I’m talking about the fastest stroke, i.e., freestyle which is sometimes called “The Crawl Stroke.” So … Continue reading

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Mainstay Chain Guide for Dahon & Tern Folding Bikes

Mainstay Chain Guide for Dahon & Tern Folding Bikes A few years ago I had problems with my Dahon folding bikes regarding chain drop. I designed a chain guide for the one I rode the most, and used it for … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Group Ride: 48 miles

Sunday Morning Group Ride: 48 miles Today was the day I had volunteered to take over Bob S’s A ride out of Allentown. There were quite a few attendees for the B ride lead by Ron M, but only one … Continue reading

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Saturday Morning Solo Bike Ride: 30 miles

Saturday Morning Solo Bike Ride: 30 miles I originally planned to attend the B+ ride out of Cranbury this morning. I showed up on time with my CX bike, but I forgot to pack my helmet. No helmet translates into … Continue reading

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