November – Slouching toward Winter

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

      1. 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.

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