Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Jens Factor

It's apropos, so go here to find the Jens factor for your ride. Any ride today: Jens Factor HC.

12 comments:

RD said...

That scale only does to -5

RD said...

i meant goes^

MOD said...

That's pretty funny.

Rad-Renner said...

I did to -20 on Monday; I really need to fix that car.

mathguy said...

Dave, I know you don't have a spacesuit....what did you wear for that? Everything you own?

Shim said...

Check Brady's blog.

mathguy said...

Shim-no doubt about that HC grade on Sunday. You guys were nuts.

dmars said...

apocalyptic, biblical hardcore sounds like winter thus far.

RF said...

that is awesome. It was 5 degrees when I got home from a 40mi ride Sunday at 4:30pm. I had to stop twice to get the feeling back into my fingers.

Rad-Renner said...

Randy,
Here's what I wear: two pairs of socks, long underwear (actually pajamas, they're warmer and I'm already wearing them!), pants, three shirts, fleece jacket, windproof shell, two hats, a neck gaiter, goggles, boots, and mittens. The only part of my body that is exposed is the tip of my nose, and yes it does get cold! It takes almost as long to ride to work (2 miles) as it does to get dressed to ride to work.

Scott Redd said...

For you bespectacled winter adventurers, wearing goggles can be a pain. I found some goggles that will fit over my glasses, but often would not wear then because my glasses would fog up underneath the goggles. The goggles never fogged.

Yesterday and today I tried a trick I'd heard once. Buffing a drop of liquid soap on both sides of each lens will prevent fogging, at least for a while.

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