Sunday, September 11, 2016
We woke up to frost on the ground, so I put on multiple layers of merino and chose from my wide array of mittens that I carry to every ride. Steve put on... arm warmers. We have different ideas about appropriate attire for 30-degree temperatures.
Team C4C and enjoyed a challenging but wonderful day of riding.
The whole course was 95 miles long with an ascent of 5,250 feet - it was a very big day and we were fortunate to have beautiful weather and good friends and a great cause to keep us going.
Next week we conquer the Tour de Donut. That ride plays to our strengths a little better than all that climbing :)
Sunday, September 4, 2016
Now, I hope you're not going to start asking silly questions, like, "Don't you already have a tandem bike?" or "How many bikes do you need?" or "Do you have room in your garage for all of those?" because those are ridiculous (yes, one more, no).
Now all we need is a matching jersey for Dad so we can all coordinate! He's still resisting, but I'm pretty sure he'll come around...
Labels: bike riding
Saturday, September 3, 2016
And, of course, we try to keep it classy. You can tell by this well-timed mid-sneeze selfie.
Regardless of our state at the summit, climbing a mountain to find a local honeycomb, charcuterie, and extraordinary little finger foods at the top will get you up any slope!
Bearclaw Supperclub never disappoints - add it to your must-attend list of outings next summer and save us a seat!