SoSimple wrote: adowling92 wrote: MattC59 wrote: adowling92 wrote: MattC59 wrote: adowling92 wrote:
Alot as in a tiny stretch between 2 roads, and a 200 meter stretch up the hill?
MattC59 wrote:There's a lot of pavement riding whilst the road is empty.
cougie wrote:Unless you are 8 or so - why are you riding on the pavement ? Did I miss the bike path sign ?
As you could see, i stopped at the top of it because i am asthmatic. Take your stupid comments somewhere else.
P.S - Cheers for the view.
A lot as in too much. And what has Asthma got to do with riding on the pavement ? I have asthmatic friends who don't do that.
I stopped at the top of the hill so i could use my inhaler. Clearly their asthma is a different severity.
And who are you to judge how much is too much?
I wasn't questioning why you stopped.
Well i wasn't gonna stop on the road at the top of the hill. I'd rather save the hassle of getting up on the pavement by doing it at the bottom. Go hassle someone else
Do you ever wish you hadn't bothered?
I read this hoping to find out about the GoPro Black rather the mindless pedantic crap that has hijacked this thread.
By the way, how is the Go Pro?
Yeah some times mate! Obviously they had nothing better to do with their time. People who give out hassle to people for no reason are just pathetic.
Yeah the gopro is really good! Don't tend to record much on the road bike, more mountain biking on the chest mount or the full face camera mount, gives some good shots! Recorded myself landing myself in a&e a few weeks back by falling off the mountain bike and landing on my face!
On the whole, I'd recommend the gopro 3 black edition
the wifi controller is a really good accessory too, and the gopro app is good because you can view what the camera sees on your phone and control everything from the phone.