Since I have been diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation, and am now on 3 different meds for it, and I know that if I get injured and bleed, it will never stop (Cumadin) bleeding, at least for along time, I have been a bit leary about riding very much. I also wasn't sure how my heart and body would respond.
However, today I got out the mtn bike (feel safer on it) and did a nice 19 mile ride. Passed ALL the Sunday riders, got up to 24 mph on the mtn bike, and had a jolly good time.
But, I broke a spoke someplace along the way. Didn't even notice it (36 spoke wheels) until my wife said there was something wrong with my rear wheel.
So, into the shop tomorrow. Poor wheel has 9,000 tough (240 pounds of me, plus about 40 with the bike loaded) miles, so I guess it deserves a little TLC! I am now down to 220 and headed south, so it should be a bit easier.
So, if weather is good tomorrow, I will have to go on the roadie tomorrow, which I haven't ridden since my diagnosis.