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This ride was done alot letter then I normally do as I was waiting for something to get here in the morning. So I went out in the afternoon for the ride, it was fun but I would have loved to do more of a ride just my knees playing up as well.
This was a good ride and it was good to be riding early in the morning. I love early morning rides other any other time as I have the rest of the day for doing work and chilling out. Today is a busy day and I am looking forward to it.
I want for one hell of a ride. I did some great miles and love how it feels form the ride. I also got my camera working the right way for the frist time, I have been looking at testing for the challenge ride in later this year. I love how it felt riding at these speeds there were some testing times. I do hope to ride more like this as it felt good and the more I do these speeds the fitter and fitter I get.
This was a fun ride I still did a fast speed which I was not planning on doing. I was hoping to go slower as this is a good way to rest my legs. My legs are fine and I hope to get ready for harder and harder rides.
This was a good ride easy going as well as great for getting my heart racing. I have to say doing the same route for a few days may sound boring but it helps out when it comes to speed and endurance. I do love being on my bike and going fast.
Well, I got up very early this morning, to do alot of miles which I did. I can not believe how many I did do. I loved the ride and can not wait to start doing more rides like this.
This was a fun week where I did 200-kilometres in the week. So my riding is getting stronger and stronger at all times there are more things I can do and I hope to keep this sort of riding up thought out the next few months as the training is getting better and better all the time.
“How about if we all just try to follow these very simple Rules of the Road? Drive like the person ahead on the bike is your son/daughter. Ride like the cars are ambulances carrying your loved ones to the emergency room. This should cover everything, unless you are a complete sociopath.”
Letter to VeloNews from David Desautels, Fort Bragg, California
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