Today's Breakfast

Discussion in 'Bay Area Bikers' started by @, Mar 23, 2007.

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    @ Guest

    1/3 lb. overcooked barbecue salmon fillet
    1 cup chicken flavor Rice-A-Roni (the San Francisco Treat)
    5 brussel sprouts
     
    @, Mar 23, 2007
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    Keith Guest

    Is this the preferred breakfast before taking that morning ride???

    -Keith
     
    Keith, Mar 23, 2007
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  3. .... before taking the morning shit.

    b
    hth
    --
    Sometimes I'm in a good mood.
    Sometimes I'm in a bad mood.
    When all my moods have cum to pass
    i hope they bury me upside down
    so the world can kiss me porcelain,
    white, Irish bottom.
     
    Thomass Square, Mar 23, 2007
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  4. Nope. I start out empty so I'll have room for snake and eggs with my
    riding cohorts. That's a low residue breakfast that fighter pilot and
    astronauts eat before taking off on a long mission.

    Eating dry cereal, French toast, pancakes, waffles or donuts and
    drinking orange juice before a ride is a mistake and it's not a good
    idea to eat hash brown potatoes fried in vegetable oil either, as a
    pit stop will be required.

    I never want to eat that much when I'm out on a 400-mile Seymour
    Rhodes Tour on a sunny Sunday, I'm more than satisfied with the
    bargain menu at Ralley's.

    But other riders will always regard Sunday as the day they do the
    Restaurant to Restaurant Tour.

    They talk a lot, ride to a restaurant, talk some more, eat too much,
    talk some more, ride a little further, talk about eating somewhere,
    ride over there, eat some more, talk a lot, etc.

    Buffet lunches involving salad bars can be time consuming and lettuce
    moves me, but not emotionally speaking.

    I know that I will need to seek out a dump station within 45 minutes
    after eating a salad.

    I asked a WW2 pilot who flew P-39's and P-47's out of North Africa
    over Italy on ten hour long missions what he did for a pit stop.

    He told me that he wore what was called a "poopy suit".

    Best not to eat much before a long mission or a day ride.
     
    krusty kritter, Mar 25, 2007
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  5. Agreed. A power bar, bottle of water or 2, maybe a thermos of coffee
    would hold me for 400 miles too. I tried for awhile to buy food on the
    road, but the good places were never located where I was ready to stop
    (with the exception of Bolinas :), and the not good places were always
    a mistake.
     
    HardWorkingDog, Mar 25, 2007
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    barbz Guest

    So, I take it you've never heard of the "Snack n' Nappers" motorcycle
    club....:)

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    Barb
    Chaplain, ARSCC (wdne)

    "Keep fighting for freedom and justice, beloveds, but don't forget to
    have fun doin' it. Lord, let your laughter ring forth. Be outrageous,
    ridicule the fraidy-cats, rejoice in all the oddities that freedom can
    produce."

    --Molly Ivins
     
    barbz, Mar 26, 2007
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  7. Are they the guys who wear adult diapers so they won't need to look
    for a pit stop on their butt burning rides?
     
    krusty kritter, Mar 26, 2007
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    barbz Guest

    Yes. But they wear chaps, they don't bother with diapers.
    In the wind and all that, doncha know.

    --
    Barb
    Chaplain, ARSCC (wdne)

    "Keep fighting for freedom and justice, beloveds, but don't forget to
    have fun doin' it. Lord, let your laughter ring forth. Be outrageous,
    ridicule the fraidy-cats, rejoice in all the oddities that freedom can
    produce."

    --Molly Ivins
     
    barbz, Mar 27, 2007
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  9. They sure sound like a bunch of lonesome riders. Nobody would ever
    want to follow anybody else, and they'd probably all take different
    routes to get where they're going.

    I asked a bicyclist about pit stops on the Tour de France once. He
    said that the leaders didn't do pit stops, but they did have the
    courtesy to pull out of line before they cut loose.
     
    krusty kritter, Mar 27, 2007
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  10. today, I had sausage, scrambled eggs,
    fluffy biscuits and milk gravy!
     
    go go goblin!, Apr 9, 2007
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