First lap flat tire at the MTB race tonight. GETTING IT WRONG… (at Buck Hill Ski & Snowboard Area)

Rachel Neyland @rachneylan in Lazer Z1. And some dude…

Rachel Neyland @rachneylan in Lazer Z1. And some dude…

3 inches of rain last night makes a raging Minnehaha Falls today. (at Minnehaha Falls)

OMG, what a cool photo @qualitybike posted today.

OMG, what a cool photo @qualitybike posted today.

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I never got around to doing this last year so, shame on me.

I was a bit worried about my form this spring knowing what I had to expect after riding Almanzo for the first time last year. A couple of colds this spring, some physical issues that kept me off the bike for a few days, all leading…

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Wearing my absolute favorite watch of all time today. 

It was the Omega Speed master watch, the first watch worn on the moon and today still the only watch certified by NASA for EVA, that helped save the lives of the Apollo 13 astronauts.

"Another burn was needed, but no help from the guidance system would be available, as powering the lander’s guidance system, its gyros, the computer, etc. would use too much electrical power.

Here’s where the backup navigation approach that Lovell experimented with on Apollo 8 came to the rescue.

“If a ‘dead-reckoning’ approach could be used, no electricity would be needed,” said Woodfill. “Simply point the vehicle correctly, start the engine and stop it based on Mission Control’s prescribed time for its operation.” Lovell eyed up the Earth’s terminator line and controlled the “yaw” of the spacecraft, Haise controlled the “pitch” and Swigert timed it with his accurate Omega Speedmaster watch.”

Read more: http://www.universetoday.com/62763/13-things-that-saved-apollo-13-part-6-navigating-by-earths-terminator/#ixzz31RP5PqAM

Wearing my absolute favorite watch of all time today.

It was the Omega Speed master watch, the first watch worn on the moon and today still the only watch certified by NASA for EVA, that helped save the lives of the Apollo 13 astronauts.

"Another burn was needed, but no help from the guidance system would be available, as powering the lander’s guidance system, its gyros, the computer, etc. would use too much electrical power.

Here’s where the backup navigation approach that Lovell experimented with on Apollo 8 came to the rescue.

“If a ‘dead-reckoning’ approach could be used, no electricity would be needed,” said Woodfill. “Simply point the vehicle correctly, start the engine and stop it based on Mission Control’s prescribed time for its operation.” Lovell eyed up the Earth’s terminator line and controlled the “yaw” of the spacecraft, Haise controlled the “pitch” and Swigert timed it with his accurate Omega Speedmaster watch.”

Read more: http://www.universetoday.com/62763/13-things-that-saved-apollo-13-part-6-navigating-by-earths-terminator/#ixzz31RP5PqAM

on order.
madalchemyinc:

New “team issues” socks available on the site now. www.madalchemy.com

on order.

madalchemyinc:

New “team issues” socks available on the site now. www.madalchemy.com

US National Road Champion Jade Wilcoxson

US National Road Champion Jade Wilcoxson

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