Have a great day!
Have a great day!
Happy Birthday, have a most excellent day!
Take care, RIDE SAFE, have FUN!
1993 Mongoose Switchback Ridged MTB, converted to a "Rail Trail Bike"! :)
I hope you have great weather for riding your age!!
Another day older and deeper in debt.
Thought about N+1 Yet? As a celebration of making it to this age.
How long was I in the army? Five foot seven.
Hope you have a great birthday!
Craig in Indy
Well, thank you all.
I had quite a few things to do today so an age ride, aka, pie ride, wouldn't work out. I've been thinking about pursuing a pie ride--hopefully soon. But, I did do my usual 23...couldn't manage to drag myself out of bed early enough to do 30+.
The N+1 I got just over a month ago was an early birthday gift actually. If I did have thoughts of an N+1 now, I'd keep them to myself--the wife would kill me.
Party is actually going to be next Saturday.
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I'm a day late, as usual but I do wish you a very happy Day after your birthday Mikey! How is the new cycle working out so far?
I can do all things through Christ, whom strengthens me. Philippians 4:13
I did not choose to have Parkinson's Disease, but I can choose not to allow it to control my life.
Working out nicely.
This morning I did what I like to call a "Hitchhicker's Guide to the Galaxy" or "The answer to the great question, to life, the Universe and everything" ride. I did my personal best in distance. This morning I rode 42 miles with an overall average of 16.5 mph. 42 miles is the most I've ridden in one day and, even better, in one single ride--I never put a foot down until I finished. Also, another first for me, I ate a Kashi bar and was able to grab the water bottle and drink all while riding--no stopping.
I really thought about making it an official ride-my-age, aka Pie, ride, but I have quite a few things to do today. So, 54 miles will have to be my next goal--so I can have pie.