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  1. Daniel Christianson
    November 7, 2013

    Never seem to hear mine on a ride, its usually buried deep in a pocket or pack. I am at a point in my life right now I wish mine would ring. Phones are kind of like pets, it depends on who owns them. Like the lady who continues to holler at her disobedient dog only to have the dog completely ignore her, eventually you would rather keep the dog and send her home.
    If you get a call on a ride that you want to take, do so, if not let the voice mail get it; priorities. But please don’t make the rest of the gang listen to a play by play account of uncle Bennies Gall Bladder surgery or the latest he said/she said drama going on- really its all just back to being polite. Get the info and get back on with the ride.

    • Darryl is Loving the Bike
      November 7, 2013

      I hear you, Daniel. That probably works as well. For me it is total freedom knowing that it’s not even there.

  2. Bob Burpee
    November 6, 2013

    There is always the option of turning the phone off for those times you don’t want to be bothered. I personally have mine set to vibrate 24/7. It resides in a case so I don’t even feel it when on the bike. I’m also not comfortable just handing my phone over to a stranger (paranoid or not they do get stolen)

    • Darryl is Loving the Bike
      November 6, 2013

      That’s a good idea, Bob. I personally prefer not to even have it with me…..if I did, wouldn’t be able to call home anyway. Our family as a whole only has the one pay as you go and no landline…..hahahaha.

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