MTB Kaczmarek Rydzyna – faster than many MTB bikers :)

First stage of MTB Kaczmarek Electric series – first and last for me, because I gave up driving MTB – it’s not my world :) But… Rydzyna in Mini edition was very, very fast and simple – it’s flat route for beginners, without many hills and descents (only ~120 m up!). I decided to start using my CX bike and it was good decision – I was faster than many, many of MTB bikers :) Of course it’s becasue of terrain – on difficult route, my result would probably be worse… But.. maybe not? Uraz Cross Bike showed, that CX bike can be very fast – all depends on our condition. For many participants, it it was the beginning of the season. For me it was the fourth competition in a month…

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Piekło Przytoku – it was hard time…

Polish edition of Paris–Roubaix… Something about 7,3 km in loop, with about 3 km of very hard cobblestones. I started with road, slick tires and it was big mistake, but I didn’t know the route. Cycled eight loops, about 53,6 km and it was hell. It can be faster with CX tires, or much faster with MTB bike – a lot of participants used such bicycles.


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Why you should use Cloudflare

Yes, I know, this blog post title looks like ad. But it isn’t ad, because I use only Cloudflare free version and don’t have any contact with this company (excluding support for services). I decided to write this post, because I’ve used Cloudflare for many years and I’m very happy – please treat this like small review, and also maybe “tutorial”, how you can make your websites faster, provide better security and remove spam. Installation is very easy and you can also use free SSL – it can be great alternative to Let’s Encrypt. Let’s see, what Cloudflare offers.

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Nconf – simple, great solution for Node.js app configuration

When I started work with Node.js and Express, I was looking for something to store my app settings. Something like env files in many PHP frameworks – central place for configuration, not stored in repository, but only for example when we run app in development or production environment. We can write custom code for that, or use some modules from npm, also directly for env files. Nuxt package also has dedicated env file module. These modules are great, but there is something much, much better – nconf.

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