Most of you likely know of my penchant for living in a vital, healthy, and fully functional state of existence. I used to own a fitness club, and loved helping folks maximize their bodily potential and health. Several readers of Trike Asylum have asked for assistance in this regard, wishing to know my path of maximizing my functional longevity as a human, something I take very seriously. As you might guess, the human powered recumbent tricycle that replaced my petroleum powered automobile years ago is one aspect of this model of living. Well, for the very few of you who have mentioned a desire to get inside my head about this topic, I have finally put together a page on TA that speaks to this stuff. It is clearly not for everyone, as most of us become very comfortable with our own thoughts and ways of doing things, but it’s available for the taking by those who do wish to improve their condition. The page is subject to additional material whenever necessary or timely.
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Pannier Volume Conversion:One liter equals 61 cubic inches. Doing the math, if a pair of cargo bags is 60 liters, such as the Arkel RT-60 recumbent panniers, this converts to 3,660 cubic inches (60x61). Pannier manufacturers are known to express size both ways, which can be frustrating to a potential customer attempting to compare two different companies. Visualizing cubic inches may be challenging, thus converting to liters may help the mind's analytical eye.
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