Jason Pittenger· Iron Butt Association Member
I told you!
Here is a screenshot from my planning document.I told you!
Show us your ride documents if you want.
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Good idea.I haven't decided yet on the sticker. Probably on my helmet.
On my phone I just pinch the screen.Not to hijack Jason's thread here but can anyone tell me how to enlarge the screenshots he posted so I can see them better? I'm on a laptop which in theory should be big enough but I'm guessing that I'm missing whatever the rest of you are doing that enables you to see and comment.
Your helpful knowledge once more proves boundless, Spockster - thank you!On my phone I just pinch the screen.
On the computer I would right click, select 'open image in new tab'. Then while viewing, hold CTRL and scroll the mouse wheel forward to zoom in.
If you have the option you can also open the image in a photo viewer, then zoom.
CTRL and scroll forward will also zoom in on a web page, make text larger, etc.
You're welcome and thanks.Your helpful knowledge once more proves boundless, Spockster - thank you!
I had been trying the CTRL-scroll to zoom method but when applied to the smaller inline image, the results were too blurry to make out. The suggestion to first open the image in a new tab however is pure genius. All these years, I've seen that option at the top of my right-click menu and paid no attention to it. It's a game changer!
Sweet! Yeet!My bling is installed! All except my vest patch that is.
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Good idea! I added it.Under your name you can put Iron Butt Club Member. As far as I know you're the only one here.
Another ride or two and your back tire is going to look like mine. Is that a Tourmaster? I need to take some pics of my tire. Got my money's worth out of it.
I don't see your title yet.Good idea! I added it.
Yes it's a Tourmaster. I put it on at 13509.1 on 4/21/2021. I'm just over 24k now.
And this is why you get <40 MPG , but smiles per gallon matter far more!You got a bit more mileage out of your rear tire, mine is showing cords at roughly 6000 miles. I was romping quite a bit keeping up with a VRod.