My day began with a fun ride out of Granville, to Bladensburg with Mark Rossi, Jeff S and Flyin Tuna. Exactly 70 miles as we arrived back in G-ville. So, why not attend the Tuesday New Albany ride and bring the day's total to 100? Well, the weather radar indicated one reason why not but it remained dry for our entire ride. Above, Peggy C and a many year old bike that is about to be replaced. Funds have been scraped together and a new bike will be on order soon.
The weather forecast kept our number down to 15 so with so few participants, I began to get desperate for material that you crave. So, I took an image of Doug McConaha's shoe, kind of stylish. Doug and French Climbing Machine are headed to VA to ride "Mountains of Misery" this weekend.
Wow!!! One liter water bottles! Now that is attention worthy.
The Phenom shows off a fashionable pair of sun glasses.
Sokha claims the Phenom is high maintenance as he had to reopen his car and take out a pump so Phenom's tires could be brought back to appropriate pressure.
We head out with some new people, including Ryan, not shown but a recent new member. Needing only 30 miles to make the 100 day total, I hung in there until Alexandria and then peeled off, heading north and west to avoid nasty looking clouds to the south. My route brought me to.....
....Caswell Road where the bridge is almost finished and you can get across but walk only as a 5" curb exists at the ends of this section. I finished with 32 miles and while driving east.....
....the gang was coming in. Apparently they too remained dry while our brothers and sisters to the south, in Canal Winchester, did not. Been a tough weather spring so far. Big ride this Saturday, the Honor Ride. Check it out. I and a few others are headed to KY for the Horsey Hundred.