Bikes & Trikes
- --- In email@example.com, Moz <list@m...> wrote:
> Michael B. Carter said:...
> > but then I don't sleep on my bike, not on purpose anyway :o).
> On a recumbent trike sleeping is actually relatively comfortable,Still have my BMW 90/6 - Purchased in 1976 - Over 250K miles now -
> although it can be hard to wrap a sleeping bag around yourself. I've
> heard of people falling asleep during PBP or the like and waking up on
> the side of the road when they get cold, but I've only done it
> deliberately, and only once. It's better to pitch the hammock.
Don't ride much anymore...<sigh>...
Wish I had known about hammocks and heated gear on those several long
cross-country, into Canada, and Mexico adventures. Painful memories
of trying to sleep and keep warm under a tarp with my bike. Starting
it up now & then to use the exhaust heat... Aching back... But, I
was young & stupid then versus old & crafty now...<g>...!
Lady friend passenger feel asleep behind me going thru Phoenix once.
It was all I could do to keep the rubber down and keep her from
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mark Bayern <mbayern@g...> wrote:
> Anyway, I tried sleeping on my bike once. It was not on purpose. EndedDo I detect a flood of "Loud Pipes Save Lives" posts?
> up with a comminuted fracture (crushed like an eggshell) of my right
> clavicle, and a really messed up Honda 350.
> Not recommended.