BicycleTips.com
Sunday, June 12, 2016 11:52 PM
In case you missed the news, the bike path connecting the Monarch Levy trail, and the Katy Trail opened up last week (week of June 10th, 2016). The new bridge has been in the works for a couple of years now, and while the car lanes opened up a while back, the bike path had been closed until last week. We can now ride from our house in Wildwood, to a trail that crosses nearly all of the state of Missouri (Katy Trail) with only having to ride on 8 miles of roadway to do it. I look forward to taking advantage of this luxury, with the hopes of riding the entire Katy Trail sometime in 2017.
Project350z
Saturday, April 23, 2016 12:21 AM

So it has been a while since I’ve had the time to get a blog post up here, so let’s get started.

After the last post, the car was almost ready for the Dixie National tour, held in Cecil Georgia, but there was some final prep to do. I took the car down to Solo Performance to corner weight and align the thing, with good results.

BicycleTips.com
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 9:44 AM
There are many obvious health benefits to riding your bicycle, and by riding you bicycle year round you can work to keep your body in shape for the prime riding in Spring Summer and Fall. One of the best benefits I’ve found to cold/chilly weather riding is the clearing out of the sinuses!
Project350z
Monday, March 07, 2016 12:13 AM

It was a good weekend on the 350z, I made progress on pretty much everything I needed/wanted to do to start the 2016 season, with only the corner balance and wheel alignment remaining. Those are scheduled for Monday at Solo Performance.

Project350z
Monday, February 29, 2016 11:14 PM

This weekend I spent some quality time finally working on the 350z before the upcoming autocross season (Dixie Champ Tour is coming up quickly).

In prep for STU I want to see what kind of weight I can get out of the car, I really don’t know if this car (2003 Touring) can come anywhere close to what my first one (2003 Enthusiast, 3075lbs) weighed, or even the second one (2004 enthusiast, 3062). I have yet to get it up on the scales, but I assume going into this that the car is heaver than both of them. The power, heated, leather seats that came with the car, along with the potential extra stereo equipment, and electronics for the VDC mean the car likely weighs a good bit heaver than the previous cars.

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