Ugggg. Wind you suck when you blow. I left work early, to ride until evening. Somewhere between the exit door and my car in the parking lot, I realized, and had a hard time saying, "I can't ride today"
We actually had the state record wind gusts of up to 60 mph.There will be downed trees all over the trail, and I had to throw that risk into the ride cancellation also.
I kept thinking of a way to manage a ride but it wasn't going to happen.
Tomorrow I probably have to work late, so I will wait to Thursday to saddle up and pedal round.
This did give my knee a rest, it has flared up some and I took this opportunity to ice er down.
I so want to complete my goal of 100 dirt centuries. I need to get as many rides in before snow. Snow on the trail can make a 62 mile ride take longer then 10 hours.
Oh, congratulations to son Caleb. He attended Junior College graduated #1 in his welding class and has now been hired by John Deeres here in town.
So I now presented you Caleb morphed.
So ride a bike when you can, you never know when you can't