oh what a perfect day
10 hours of work with no work to do. Money for nothing but i’d rather be riding.
I’m in exactly the same boat 🙁 still have to be in work but there’s bugger all to do so I end up sat on the internet watching riding videos and wishing I was outside! Oh well, Aston Hill on my day off tomorrow 🙂Posted 4 years ago1981mikedMember
I was up and out by 08.15am on the road bike, first time for a month as been so busy. 33 miles done is perfect blue skies and a nice warm sun.
I’d have gone further but an 8.5 mile run yesterday has left the legs sore and the knees throbbing! All good thought as I came home to a bacon and egg roll.
Got tooted and gestured at by a moron in a BMW.. I can only assume he wasn’t happy I was on the main road and not the cycle path, but it is a paint to keep up momentum with all the road you have to cross and it is littered with puncturable debris. Some clown in an Astra also passed with about 0.5 metres clearance… Tube! I gave him a not so friendly gesture to show my gratitude. Good ride tho.
That’s all folks.Posted 4 years agoEuroMember
I’m in exactly the same boat still have to be in work but there’s bugger all to do so I end up sat on the internet watching riding videos and wishing I was outside! Oh well, Aston Hill on my day off tomorrow
An empty Aston Hill i bet 😀
I brought in a copy of Cloud Atlas and Lincoln to watch (caught up on 6 episodes of Game of Thrones yesterday), should see me right til home time, then it’s a quick dinner and a few hours building and riding.Posted 4 years agocakefacesmallblockSubscriber
Did about 18 miles on local trails in the sun yesterday.Posted 4 years ago
Mrs. CFSB is away for a few days with our daughter, so overdid things at the pub last night and had planned on cleaning the bike and sitting reading in the garden.
Just cleaned the bike and to be honest don’t feel hungover at all, so just about to go out riding for a couple of hours. Happy days.MoreCashThanDashSubscriber
First longish ride in a month since my L4 & L5 vertebrae decided to jam up – 37 miles on the road bike being overtaken by pretty much everyone else under the age of 90.
Was nice to feel the sun. Not so nice to feel that wind.
Was also nice to see that the café at Stenson Lock has had a bit of a freshen up, and still gets it’s cakes from Costco 😀Posted 4 years agoqwertyMember
At 07:30 on my commute home through some charming Cotswold countryside I could feel the warmth of the sun, which was magic. Got home and fed some ducks with my son who paid us a flying visit. Currently listening to Massive Attack but about to down an espresso and head back on my 12.5 mile quiet country lane commute in gorgeous sunshine. Perfect.Posted 4 years agotrailhoundSubscriber
Why can’t I get out on the bike? Second beautiful weekend in a row, spent the last 1 in the pub and although had a wedding on Friday and was a bit tender yesterday, thought I might get a few miles in today, but no – even got the bike out the shed but just didnt feel like it. Starting to wind myself up now, anyone else been like this?Posted 4 years agoAlexSubscriber
311 miles! Good effort. Managed about 200ks one week this month and thought that was going some. London this weekend (340 mile round trip) to take my eldest to Green Day gig (which was awesome!), but loads of time to zip out for a couple of CX bike hours.
London’s nice and everything, but it’s not real life is it 🙂Posted 4 years ago
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