I rode 23 out of 30 days in November. Mostly I took time off the bike because I am tired and sore. Hell, I ought to be. Anyway, it’s a good idea to listen to my body.
I rode 764 miles, my lowest total since March.
I did two bike events during the month. The Cider Ride made for a 55-mile day. The Tour de Mt Vernon. My longest ride was a hilly 70-mile ride around most of the perimeter of DC.
During the month, I crossed the 11,000 mile threshold for 2018. Considering the fact that I began the year with a collapsed lung, 11,000 miles is not too shabby.
And to top it all off, I had my first flat tire of the year. (Feels pretty good to get that monkey off my back.)
4 thoughts on “November – Slouching toward Winter”
That’s a crazy impressive amount of miles,RC! Great job. I literally can come nowhere close to following that with my lame 4,000 miles.
Well, 4,300 of it was my bike tour. The rest was foolish persistence. Next year there will be more non-bike things going on.
thanks RC. gave you a mention in tonight’s post. hope i can read back over your posts. and maybe i’ll rate your list of blogs at some point! by the way, how do you add that feature? cheers.
Go to Customize. Then Widgets. Select Sidebar. Then Blogs I Follow.