New adventures are out there, that's what I keep telling myself. I have been pushing hard and going fast for years. Still love it, but I need to slow down some and enjoy life a little different as I get older.
Strong winds and very tired legs from the gravel ride Saturday.
Drafting behind Lisa on the Bianchi for a minute or two.
Nothing like taking the road bike out and drafting behind 5'4" 105lbs, girl can ride.
Hit the gravel for the first time, I must say it was a great day for it.
I am glad, I did take the bike out prior to this, learned the rear cassette just was not correct for around here. Upgraded to a Sram PG-1130 11-42, what a big difference, tires are next.
It's a awesome Earth Day commute, when the sun comes up and you don't get hit by a car. We just had 2" of snow the day before, glad to see it gone but it was still a chilly 30deg this morning.
Had the Cross bike out today, only the third time on this one. May have to do some drive-train changes. Rain was sneaking in, cut ride short, headed for home.
COVID killed it.
When a retail store is struggling in times of online sales and then COVID hits. Bicycles and bicycle parts are at a high demand, when you have to pay your bills, you need inventory. All of the repairs in the world can be at your door, but there are very limited parts available for them.
This is what happens, to a small business.
My first touring bike, let the adventures begin. Always being a go faster, kinda rider, I decided to slow it down this year. This is going to be a huge learning curve but every cyclist has their challenges, in every discipline of the sport. Just do your best and be happy. Let's Ride!