|The ride where I somehow fell into riding the 10,000|
So here we are, three weeks from summer solstice. Most of my weekends are already packed with bike yumminess and the few which aren't "set in stone" are now in transition of tipping over the net into more bike adventures. Today, in the blink of an eye, while on a steamy morning ride, I have now been convinced that doing a 125 mile gravel ride with 10,000 feet of elevation gain, unsupported, in July is a "grand idea". I have several people to blame for this--you know who you are. I will just take this moment to remind these "friends" of mine that this is a gentleman's race and they have to finish with me in tow--even if that means carrying me. You'll get my thanks when we all finish alive and unscathed.
|What tops a beautiful morning ride? Another ride! Ride the drive year 6 with friends|
The trouble with having so many cycling friends and so many cycling events is that there just isn't enough time to do it all. Although I love my job, I'm thinking I'll just have to quit it each spring to support my out of control habit. If you see me setting up camp next summer in your backyard, you'll know I sold the house and my belongings to see this through! Thank you in advance for not calling the cops on me.