A great day for a ride. The wind continues to be brutal but felt more manageable today for some reason. I dunno. What I do know is I hit my monthly goal which I did not think would happen after Sandy kept me off the bike for so long.
Absolutely gorgeous weather. Not a cloud in the sky and high 60's low 70's. You can't ask for better than that. Only negative was the wind, it was a tad breezy but to complain about that on a day this nice is splitting a very fine hair.
So Hurricane Sandy is killing me. No bike since Wednesday due to hurricane force winds. But you can still run in wind, so I did. I went super long today and broke the 7 mile mark for the first time. win?
Rest day yesterday, back to the grind today. Did a fun ride up to Wabasso and back, a little preview of next year minus the intervals. Tried to break my own strava record over the bridge but I haven't uploaded it there yet.
Super fun race and very fast. 88 miles in under 4 hours is heavy pushing. I did well, finished in the second group of 4 riders behind the first group of 8 or so that go away at the 65 mile mark. Pics to follow.
Another wet one, but not nearly as bad or demoralizing. My last tune up ride before the Tour de Vero. Tomorrow I'll take the day off the bike and get a run in, but for the most part I'll be resting and getting stoked.
Terrible Ride. Went to do my usual south route, got rained on so I turned north to do bridge repeats to dodge the rain. Did a few repeats when the rain started there, too. So the whole ride was a wet abortion and was completely un-fun.