nice... I figured in NYC that might be the case.
Originally Posted by Darla
for anyone else looking for a bike... a LOT of people buy a lot of gear so they can do triathlons. They use the bike for a few hundred miles (sometimes less) and then decide they don't like it. It is amazing how many bikes pop up on craigslist in almost new condition a year or two after original purchase. This is especially true in areas where you don't normally see a lot of bikers. (ie.. in the great lakes region where the concept of exercise is 'getting off the bar stool to go take a piss and then the long satisfied walk back'
Quote from Cypress:
"Scientists don't use "averages". Maybe armchair supertools on message boards ascribe some meaning to "averages" between two random data points. And maybe clueless amatuers "draw a straight line" through two random end data points to define a "trend". Experts don't.
They use mean annual and five year means in trend analysis. Don't tell me I have to explain the difference to you. "