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Re: [RC] [RC] riding in heat - Laurie Durgin

From: Rides 2 Far <rides2far@xxxxxxxx>
To: jonnij@xxxxxxxx
CC: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
your head in
a bucket". Afterwards she decided it was a very civilized thing to do.
>g<  If you've got to depend on squirting water, you might want to
semi-freeze the bottles to get more good from less water. (experiment at
home to see how long they take to thaw...don't want to be stuck with a
solid chunk on the trail).

i freeze 1/3 of my water bottles for an 1-2 hour ride in summer. if i am out longe rand take 2 bottles I freeze one almost completely and the other 1/3 it stays cold in a waterbottle carrier with 'some" insulation or padding.that way i drink the first part frozen adn then the other is about half thawed and i can start on it. that is in anything over 80% withover 60% humidity.laurie the onehanded rascal owner

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