Finally, after damn near six days of consecutive dawn rain, Red Chameleon and I were able to get out for an early morning meditative maneuver. It felt absolutely fantastic to be riding again and burning unnecessary calories after my diet kind took a nosedive for the last week.
This morning I was determined to ride regardless of the weather, rain or shine, hot or cold, humid or dry. Red Chameleon and I hit the tarmac while it was still dark, riding upstream as the sun rose in the rear-view on this lovely Tuesday morning.
This morning the climate was finally nowhere near as insufferable as it has been in recent days. The more temperate morning made for an enjoyable Sunday metric half century ride.
After taking three consecutive days off thanks to negative side effects from Pfizer poke number two, yesterday I hit the road for a pretty unremarkable ride. This morning I was determined to have a more enjoyable time along the river.
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Despite being quite fatigued from Saturday's crazy ride, when I hit the sheets that night I had intended on riding Sunday morning. Nothing, except for maybe a major earthquake, was going to stop me from riding this morning!
Thursday I was utterly exhausted after two consecutive days of little sleep combined with an extremely busy schedule and thus Friday was a recovery day. This morning I was poised to ride at all costs, and after a good nights rest I hopped on Red Chameleon for another lovely dawn ride.
t was nice to get out on the tarmac today not only for exercise, but because it was an absolutely beautiful morning. Hopping on Red Chameleon and doing a 50k was just what the doctor ordered for the latter end of yet another hellaciously busy week.
I was unable to ride on Wednesday due to early morning meetings preventing me from hitting the road. Knowing I had an 8am meeting on Thursday morning, I was determined to ride, even if it meant postponing breakfast until after the early call.