I went out today with the thought of doing 3laps but cut it short as it was getting late and I had a few jobs to do throughout today. So I did do 2 laps not really fast ones, it was cold and looked like it was going to rain as well. Which did help my choice to get back to home.
This was a good ride and love a chilled out ride. My knees on the other hand when I did my first lap and just went to the end without thinking so I had a turnaround and started my second one. It was a bit overcast for the ride.
I was planning on cycling for an hour or so. Then once I started to ride on the grass my knees where knees were hurting again. So I thought I would just do a lap as I should really late my knees have a day off.
When I woke up this morning my legs are stiff and hard to walk and I need to give my legs a day off cycling from time to time during the week. I do hope my legs can recover as well.
Well, this was a good day for a ride just it was a very cold and sunny day. I should have put more clothes on but did not think about it as I would warm up as I cycle along.
This was a frosty and cold morning with a stunning sun. It was a good ride till I hit going up the hill at the end as it killed out my knee but that said it was like that when I work up so I should not have a gone out this morning and rested my knee.
I need to start making my journeys longer and longer as I will be starting to stretch more, as well as this, might help with my knees.
“Cycling is possibly the greatest and most pleasurable form of transport ever invented. Its like walking only with one-tenth of the effort. Ride through a city and you can understand its geography in a way that no motorist, contained by one-way signs and traffic jams, will ever be able to. You can whiz from one side to the other in minutes. You can overtake £250,000 sports cars that are going nowhere fast. You can park pretty much anywhere. It truly is one of the greatest feelings of freedom once can have in a metropolitan environment. It’s amazing you can feel this free in a modern city.”
Daniel Pemberton, The Book of Idle Pleasures
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