What this is the place for is talk about riding. And one benefit to working in a flexible office environment is working my own hours. Yeah, I sometimes miss having a day off in the middle of the week, when everyone else is fast at work and you have every country road to yourself.
But after one year, I'm figuring out my flow. Take Tuesday for example. Up and into the office early. Out the door at 11am for good ride, then stay late and work well past sun down. Not something I can do daily but I can make it work one or two days a week. The difference? Not huge. By this time last year I probably had 4 days on the trainer, this year two. I'll take it, gotta love flex time.
For the first time I made out to Buffalo road. Great road with good rolling hills, made for a perfect 40 mile loop door to door.
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Things you need to now...
- As mentioned before, we're leaving at 10am from the Bob Kerry Bridge, don't be late
- Plan your hydration - Our first water/feed stop will be in Crescent at mile 55, make sure you have enough food and fluid to get yourself there, or bring a pack mule.
- It's cold, it's inhospitable terrain, mileage is getting up there, be conservative, don't bite off more than you can chew.
- There will be coffee at the downtown Blue Line after the ride.
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