To day my friend Cal let me ride his ReBike. It’s a 21 speed, with multiple sprockets on both front and back. it’s not as reclined as I expected, but still a lot more than a regular bike. The seat is vaguely like a tractor seat, which is to say very comfortable.
The front tire is a lot smaller than the back, and I didn’t anticipate how significantly different it would feel. It was particularly difficult to get started. I leaned over quite a bit in high speed turns, and was afraid to pedal while turning, but when I stopped and check how much space I had, my fears proved unfounded.
All in all, it was very fun. It whetted my ambition to try a fully reclined bike, but until someone I know gets one, it’ll have to wait.
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Well, by “I can’t wait till I actually start getting paid for this”, I meant programming in general. But if the opportunity ever arises to do a little web development for pay, I wouldn’t hesitate. 🙂
I found your comment just before I was about to leave for church, lol. I skimmed the sites. I talked to my pastor a VERY little today, and I used the word “hire” so that he knows I would prefer/expect to be paid. He let me know who currently takes care of the website and said to talk to her, so I’m going to do that. I have no idea how to go about it, though. What should I say to her?