30 Days of Biking – Day 19: On Your Feet, Or On Your Knees

Knee DiagramNormal commute today, but three days in a row of riding to work has taken its toll on my knees.  In fact, I had a tough time walking down the stairs at lunch time.

After talking with my wife, I decided to take her up on the offer of a ride home.  Had to drive back later to pick up my bike (couldn’t leave it outside on the rack all night).

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4 Responses to 30 Days of Biking – Day 19: On Your Feet, Or On Your Knees

  1. laura says:

    A bit of unsolicited advice. If you’re having pain in your knee due to riding, a simple adjustment can change everything. Google bike knee pain and you will find a ton of information on what to try:
    http://sheldonbrown.com/pain.html

  2. Dan says:

    Thanks, Laura, I’ll give that a read. I had the same problem last spring, and a couple of weeks of the bike seemed to do the trick, however I’d rather stop it from happening at all.

  3. Cindy says:

    Hey Dan,
    I stumbled on a photo you took in 2007 (busses only) and wanted to see about getting permission to use it on my business Facebook page about writing/editing/typos, etc.
    I would be happy to credit you as the photographer. Where did you take it?
    I remember seeing a sign spelled like this when we lived in Virginia, and it always drove me crazy.
    Thanks so much.
    Cindy

    • Dan says:

      Cindy, that would be fine. You probably mean this one: http://flic.kr/p/DaHK6. I took the picture outside of the Stewart Center on the Purdue University campus in West Lafayette, IN.

      I was told by someone that this spelling isn’t actually wrong. It’s an alternate plural. However, it certainly is not in common use in the US.