When you're racking serious time in the saddle and many miles on the road, you need a glove like the Gore Bike Wear Oxygen Glove to help you go the distance. Foam padding in the palm and a gel pad in the heel of the hand absorb shock and dampen road vibration so you can focus on what your legs are doing, and not how your hands and arms feel.
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I posted a question about Oxy/Acetylene tank sizing, and ended up convinced to go for a concentrator/Propane setup.
There are some locally available concentrators for sale that can create up to 5psi.
For a bit more, I can grab a unit from [url=http://www.unlimitedoxygen.com/services.html]Produc ... Read More »
I was playing around the internet and came across this [url=http://www.oxy2go.com/]Oxy2Go - World's Smallest Portable Oxygen System - Great for athletes, migraine sufferers, college students, truck drivers, the military[/url]
I wonder if it would be nice to use out on a long ride. A couple quick ... Read More »
So, after accidently releasing too much Nitrogen from my Manitou Metel R Shock in an attempt to improve the performance, the forum and thread searching mayhem has begun.
Just to make sure, we are talking about Coil Shocks here.
I've seen people say that you can reinflate your shock back up wit ... Read More »
On a long ride, after a few sprints, or a hard climb where my heart rate is near max, I get a harsh cramp right between my shoulder and chest, just below my collar bone. Not side-specific. I get it sometimes when I run hard too. My runner friend said it could oxygen deprivation and I should make sur ... Read More »