Mine started off as usual as I awoke to the chirping of the Crackberry... the crew starts at 8 while I don't have to be in until 1030 but the morning chatter lets me know what's going on.
I decided to take my Trek 7500 today as the winds we have been having had made me start referring to Edmonton as Chicago north and with wind gusts reaching 50 plus kmh having a full set of gears was a nice thing.
That and I wanted to see how many km I logged as a now professional courier and after a slow day my odometer was reading 40 km on the nose... I expect that on a normal day I ride at least 60 km which is pretty much all short sprints.
For the first time ever my venerable Trek crapped out on me when it tried to pull the derailer in to and around my spokes but since this happened at a walking pace I avoided causing any serious damage... when I got home I found that I had cracked the lower jockey wheel and since I had been meaning to replace that Shimano XT I swapped in a vintage (and much better) Suntour Cyclone GT.
It goes with the Suntour bar cons, shifts 10 times better, and isn't twitchy.
Now it's just me and the dogs here chillaxin and I figure I may have to get back on the bike and get some groceries as the cupboards are looking somewhat bare.
It will give time the opportunity to make sure the bike is dialled in for tomorrow too.
So... how about you ?