2020 STERLINGW LUNCH BIKE FITNESS ROUTINE

2020 STERLING LUNCH BIKE FITNESS ROUTINE
This is how I get exercise during lunch time at work in southern California.
This video is a brief tour of the bike route I take and the sights i see during my lunch ride.

I love taking my fun bikes out during lunch. One is my Jetson Bolt Pro e-bike and the second is the Northrock XC00 fat tire bike. Both are very fun to ride for different reasons.

I bought my NorthRock XC00 FAT TIRE BIKE $299 at Costco in 2017 and it was awesome light weight Aluminium Fat Tire bike. Amazon has a similar selection but is pricer: https://amzn.to/2J6gYYA . Newer versions of this bike had the cable and color upgrades (Gray Orange), cable runs (JagWire Cables – https://amzn.to/2JWrumv ) and a new headset stem that seems difference from the 2017 version (https://wp.me/p9dbox-bJ) . Same weight and other components all around.

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[HVC16] Scratches on my Honda Clarity Touch Screen! Adding a Screen Protector!

I discovered I have scratches on my Honda Clarity Infotainment center touch screen. So I have added a custom cut RUIYA screen protector ( https://amzn.to/3a9y6uE ) which i bought from Amazon for 2 for $9 or so. This is a hard plastic sheet and not tempered glass.

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I never had scratches on my touch screens before with my Chevy Volt or any of my other cars, so this was surprising to find scratches. I use a high quality car Costco microfiber cloth ( https://amzn.to/3a8oUXy ) to clean my fingerprints from the screen, however dont think it was the cloth. I normally wipe horizontally. The scratches were vertical and only on spots were my fingers slid to change the audio navigation. I suspect it caused by my finger nails.

The RUIYA screen protector ( https://amzn.to/3a9y6uE ) kit came with 2 screens, two install kits, and a hard plastic card for pushing bubbles. I followed the instructions cleaned with the alcohol wipes, then the mini microfiber, then picked off the any lint or dust with the two anti dust stickers. To apply the screen the instructions on the release tabs are wrong. Start with tab “1” to release the adhesive side. Apply to screen, aligning the screen protector to the top of your center screen. Then slowly place the screen protector on from on corner to the diagonally to the other corner to avoid any bubbles. I had 2 faint bubbles on my screen after applying it. I used the plastic card and my fingers to push it off the edge but it stated. The two faint bubble disappeared after 24 hours or so.

Overall I am satisfied with the screen protector, and i will do a long term review in 6 to 12 months.

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DIY: Jacket Zipper Anchor Broke – Temp Fix – PLASTIC STRAW FIX DID NOT WORK!

DIY: Jacket Zipper Anchor Broke – Temp Fix – Plastic Straw Fix DID NOT WORK!
So one of my favorite jacket zipper broke over the weekend. I fixed it temporary with Aluminum Foil Tape for HVAC( https://amzn.to/35nQxJr ). It provides a strong temporary fix to allow the zipper to enter the anchor point. My Youtube vlogs may have associated affiliate links to products that I may earn from qualifying purchases.

I did try to use the Plastic straw fix i seen over the internet but was unsuccessful. The hot glue did not bond to the plastic straw. Also the track was too thick to for the zipper to travel on. I just basically had hot glue burns and wasted an hour.

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