Strat - the Asian edition
Join Date: Feb 2007
This may seem stupid and not apply for some of you but this is something to keep in mind for those of us in areas where it gets cold.
This was a tip that I got from a coach this past weekend.
When it gets cold, make sure your coolant won't freeze. If you're still doing track around this time, you know that it may be "warm" during the day but it may easily get below freezing at night.
The coach told me the story of a guy who trailered his bike to the track arriving at the track around opening. He unloaded the bike, started it up, and ended up cracking a head gasket or something like that. Turns out his coolant had froze or whatnot.
May seem like a stupid thing but it's one of those things you don't think about.
Learning that has definitely scrapped my plans to move to water wetter or whatnot.
Well it's better than banging every shmuck who does so much as smile at me. I'm not that desperate.
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