Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

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    Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Hi all,
    well I did it!
    I actually went 107 miles (pics below). The Timex? It controls my iPod so I don't have to fumble with it during the ride.
    It got up to 111 degrees and was grueling to say the least.
    Pics below:
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    73 miles in and it was over 111 degrees...
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    Cheers,
    Chris
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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Good deal! Thanks for posting the photos!
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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Nice watch. (Make sure you drink lots of water exercising on such hot days.)

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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Quote Originally Posted by WatchEnthusiast View Post
    Nice watch. (Make sure you drink lots of water exercising on such hot days.)

    Good advice, I drank about 1-1.5 liters every 10-12 miles and still got dehydrated :)
    A Møøse once bit my sister...
    Artego Caribbean, 300M
    Casio (too many G's)
    Dagaz(Zero I),
    Gruppo Gamma MK III Vanguard
    Omega(2254.50 SMP)
    Seiko(1G custom Monster, custom 6309)
    Follow my G-Shock on its' world tour​.... https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/g-...-a-705360.html
    Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti...

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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Nice shots !

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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Thanks for posting. Love the handle bar additions!

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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    I didn't realise Timex made an icontrol watch, neat gadget!!
    Real men don't need instructions.

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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Congrats Chris! Thanks for sharing. I love the Metallica shirt btw!

    I'm sure you'll be ready for a cold beer today!

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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Quote Originally Posted by franzy View Post
    Congrats Chris! Thanks for sharing. I love the Metallica shirt btw!

    I'm sure you'll be ready for a cold beer today!

    Brought back a 6er of Fat Tire and a 6er of Zigenbock, will enjoy a couple this evening
    A Møøse once bit my sister...
    Artego Caribbean, 300M
    Casio (too many G's)
    Dagaz(Zero I),
    Gruppo Gamma MK III Vanguard
    Omega(2254.50 SMP)
    Seiko(1G custom Monster, custom 6309)
    Follow my G-Shock on its' world tour​.... https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/g-...-a-705360.html
    Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti...

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    Re: Hotter 'n Hell 100 pics

    Hi Chris,

    Great set-up! 111 degrees. I just calculated it to Degrees Celcius, 44 degrees! Unbelievable hot. I think I would not even get out on the bike. We are here not used to temperatures above 30 degrees (86 degrees Fahrenheit).

    Nice Jersey! Is that a Primal Wear? I got the awesome Queen - Fat Bottomed Ladies jersey from them. Pretty hard to find and I believe only released in Europe for a very short time.

    Cheers,

    Sjors
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