There are plenty of low traffic places to ride while you reawaken your bike skills. Damonte high school area and Bowers Mansion immediately come to mind.
It's about time you returned. I've been busy acquiring and selling bikes in your absence but probably have not ridden more than you this year. I rode a K2 Enemy cross bike to work and back today, it was hard but wonderful.
Take your bike out for a ride and report back.
Korval is Ships
See my Hyperlite 411 it's the photo model on OutRiderUSA web page
I'm told (often) that I overanalyze everything.
Being Reno, NV ... maybe you can analyse a way to win Money in the Casinos ..
If you can card count, be smart and loose every so often. Maybe win big one day and another loose money to the house(maybe 10 or 20 percent of what you when you won big). On the day you win big, loose a few hands, some in a row, and some ever so often so that the pattern isn't predictable. Counting cards isn't illegal, to my knowledge, but a casino can exclude you from there for it. Make sure you don't win at the same casino.
Please support diabetics like myself, a red rider, by supporting the American Diabetes Association.
If you see a Tour de Cure event, consider participating or supporting a Red Rider or other participant.
My nephew's and his two friends' blog about their riding the East Coast, Maine to the Keys:
My Strava account
I used to snow ski a lot in college and I thought I was a pretty good skier at the time. When I got out of school, I put the skis away and didn't hit the slopes for over 35 years. A few years ago I thought I'd give it another try, so I bought skis, boots, poles, gloves, etc., etc. I was real apprehensive that I wouldn't be able to ski anymore, but after 5 minutes it was like I was away for only a long weekend. Someone told me once that skiing is like riding a bike...once you've learned, you never forget...or maybe it's vise-versa.
I remember my first year at 51 AND SO DOES MY BUTT, now hardened up a bit