Mid-Life Cycling

Mid-Life Cycling

21 June 2012

Riding A Heat Wave

This is what I looked like when I rode to work yesterday:


From Simply Bike


I figured you, dear readers,could take a joke.  If I looked like her when I rode to work--better yet, if I showed up for work looking like her after riding--I'd have a book contract or a modeling contract or some kind of contract--though, I presume, not one on me.


Truth is, I didn't go to work--or bike-riding--yesterday.  I woke up late and, as the air was already steamy, I figured I would ride in the evening.  But I got caught up in other things, including reading a book I'd been meaning to read, making pesto, working on my bikes and playing with Max and Marley. Before I knew it, the hour was late and I was falling asleep.  Oh well.  


I'll get in a ride today, even if it's only down to the Williamsburg waterfront and Recycle-A-Bicycle.  Then, at least, I can say that I didn't turn into a complete wimp in the first heat wave of the year.  

3 comments:

  1. What is a heat wave? Mid July and we are still getting cold rainy days only good for reading cycling blogs!

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  2. Coline--Here in the US, a heat wave is usually defined as three or more consecutive days on which the high temperature reaches 90F (32C).

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  3. Not worth buying a thermometer that goes that high! By definition, heat wave not possible!

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