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Kamahl

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  1. Kamahl

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    Jimmy... F**k you too!!! Just kiddin'! What are you a a bloody journo - quoting me out of context in this way. I'm not the villain here... truly I'm not! How was the TT today? Did you give the Dinky Child a smackin'... what about OLT? Go on, run a poll, get rid of me... I spend too much time on here anyway! Cheers K
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    Just returned from a 3 hour ride out to Waterfall and after about 20 or so riders not even acknowledging my wave/nod etc, I gave up and just looked straight ahead without waving to anyone. I think this is why so many don't bother aymore, because you feel like a complete dick when you ride past someone say g'day and they stare blankly at you. On my return I rode past this show pony with all the gear inc Pinarello bike (sorry FP). I said g'day as I went past and he looked straight through me which really pissed me off. i turned back around and said well f-k you too you ignorant C**T. In
  3. Kamahl

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    Roy, boom boom.... You beat me to it
  4. Kamahl

    Cycling & ITB

    Ben, the medical term for it is PITA syndrome - Pain in the arse syndrome! I have been know to suffer from it from time to time. K
  5. That's a ruley good article! As I stated earlier: 250-300 well structured k's will get most working people reasonably close to their full potential... in many cases less than this amount. K
  6. Kamahl

    Cycling & ITB

    Hey Parkie, certain people also have a lot of interconnection between the sphincter and the back of the eyes... a few transitioners of late seem to suffer from this affliction judging by their shitted view of the world Yeh yeh yehhhh, before you go hitting the "report post" button, I've already dobbed myself in! Kamahl
  7. Kamahl

    Cycling & ITB

    I just spoke to Steve Hogg about your problems and he suggested the following: Move your seat back 50mm and raise the height by 42.675mm with a 1mm drop in height from the rear to the front of your saddle. He also suggests raising the handle bar height by 100mm and using a 50mm stem. As a last ditch effort he suggest turning your seat around 180 degrees. A 25mm block between your cleat and shoe on the offending leg may also help. If symptoms persist see your friendly health care professional. On a serious note. Perhaps your saddle is too high and/or you may be riding pigeon
  8. 800-1000kms is pretty normal for top level cyclists. Keep in mind though they don't do this week in week out 52 weeks per year. In Europe the winter months are usually very light. Another important thing to keep in mind is that 250-300 well structured kms will allow you to reach 90% or more of your potential - the additional 5-10% takes more than double this amount. This is a point that many roadies still don't get... you hear of many 'average' amateur cyclists doing 600+ k's per week and yet they would probably go just as fast or faster on half this amount! Too many BS km's! Kamahl
  9. Kamahl

    6 foot track

    Let's do it!!!! the race that is! Team Trifat? kamahl
  10. Kamahl

    6 foot track

    I'm getting warm and fuzzies over this race - i'm thinking of doing it next year. Have done Woodford to Glenbrook 3 times and they were fantastic. Nothing like running through the bush. Kamahl
  11. Who's got no nuts??? Apart from Lance....
  12. Masturbation...? well i believe we do need it but perhaps not on this forum as things could get a little messy. We all say we don't do it but I guess there is a time and a place especially if you're lonely and all......................... Oh shit, i just put my glasses on... ahhhh the topic is MODERATION... well that's a different thing all together. I agree with all good things in moderation... especially masturbation - gotta be careful with RSI and all.... Ooh I'm bad... VERRRRRRRY Bad! Kamahl
  13. I tried to switch my wheels around once but it was a real bastard trying to steer with the chain going to the front wheel!
  14. Well i had to make an attempt to break the tension! Hum to the tune of Mambo #5 - bob the builder version. Are you ready, Greyman? ”Yes” What about you, Roxii? ”I'm a bit scared” Ok team, let's go 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 everybody's doin’, Forster So come on let's ride To the bike shop around the corner The gang's all here and we’re doin’ what we wanna There's a wheel with a tyre that leaks It's an urgent job ‘cause the race is next week There's Dolphy, Jemmo and Flanny too And Reefie always knows just what to do And there's no job too big or small With Oz Hed Dude he can do
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