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7.30.2019

The solar RV cycling log July 30. Huge backlog of unedited post. Major breakthroughs.

For James the torturous last 10 months of arduous low RPM high torque climbing were probably of tremendous value in terms of developing him as a cyclist.
Those arduous undertakings all
those months, plus one other Factor, however, probably were 90% of the difficulties that his body only occasionally slightly solved.
Although inconclusive it also seems that the two newer generation controllers that James was using all that time as wonderful as they may be, with this massively heavy vehicle made it impossible for James to find out where the vehicle was and therefore to move it efficiently.
What is true is that for the first time in almost a year now that James is on flatter ground and using only the old first generation controller, all of a sudden he has a relationship with the vehicle , it no longer seems like boxing a world champion with one's eyes blindfolded. We have a relationship now. There is much development of James abilities, Redevelopment, that needs to take place, but it seems like a whole new ballgame. The power generation of James is still much much lower than Peak periods in Prior years. And maybe age is a factor. But he does expect that things will improve in that regard, and he is already seeing a sustainability and efficiency in his pedaling that hasn't been seen in a long long long long time.
And as this relationship is re-established, both old old friends are making sense given all of the body mechanics that James figured out this winter, and what James figured out this winter now makes more sense than ever.
Also, with these theories maturing above, major time was spent today resetting the seat, making it more upright again to allow Leverage in this new relationship, renewed relationship, with the vehicle.
And with this renewed relationship, and now for seeing little sustained climbing in the future, other than some significant Climb Every week or so, but not every day, James undertook what turned out to be a rather difficult task of lengthening the pedal chain so that it could go on the larger forward sprocket and now James has a vehicle that reasonably he can peddle at 10 miles an hour rather than just seven and a half, and that 10 miles an hour is probably ideal. Anything faster than that and these roads break the vehicle real fast. And James mission is in no way aided by going faster.



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