Last year I got back on a bike after a 28-year absence. Training has progressed nicely, I ride daily (weather permitting), and average 500 miles per month. Until this past Thursday - I threw a chain on a 25mph downhill, locked the rear wheel, and have my right arm in a cast as a result. Obviously, I'm off a bike for the next 4-6 weeks.
Anyone got any suggestions as to what I can do in the interim so as to minimize conditioning loss? My workday morning gives me a 45 minute window while the coffee brews, which I was using to do a 10-12 mile loop. Found out this morning, I can walk a bit over 2 miles in that time - not considering running at the moment due to the possible jarring. Plus I've always found it hard to be enthusiastic about running.
Anyone have any other suggestions?
Deranged Few M/C