newjeff wrote:"What are those foot things for Daddy?"
"Pedal-assist".Mathurin wrote:I prefer to think bicycles will still exist 20-300 years from now.
EDWIN wrote:HI GUYS
We met Justin at the the station this afternoon.The stopover was to be two hours but it turned into a fifteen minute dash to the grocery store.He is in good shape and very hungery.
Well I hope he got food at that grocery store and has sated his hunger... I presume the "train food" was somewhere between non-existent, non-edible and non-sanely priced. (ROFL!)
..Lessss wrote:... and still not a single mention on a national news broadcast that this trip has occurred. The Canadian media should be ashamed of itself! I don't care if Justin refused interviews etc.. They should still have mentioned it.
Johnbear wrote:A bunch of the Vancouver gang met up with Justin last night at the Foundation restaurant here in Vancouver, Justin has a lot of stories - We were there till around 11 and got through about 1/4 of the trip across Canada!
justin_le wrote:So I finally got around to adding the last line in my cross-canada trip stats spreasheet. Truro -> Halifax.
From one coast right to the other, zigzagging at times to catch interesting people and interesting routes (and occasionally due to getting lost), here is how it all adds up:
Total Distance: 7110 km
Total Energy Used: 100.7 kWh
Captured Regen Energy: 2.4 kWh
Net Energy Used: 98.3 kWh
Average Speed: 33.4 km/h
Energy Usage: 13.8 Wh/km
# of awesome people: countless
and of course, total energy bill: $8.57
I was at one point considering just using a flat 10 cents / kWh for the cost calculation since that seemed like about the North American average. If this was the case, and I didn't have regen, I would have gone overbudget, but the regen kept me just under the 100 kWh mark. That was cool.
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