Tuesday morning and I think a turkey emerged from the woods. I rode 80 miles on Monday so went to the....
....Canal Winchester ride to hop in with the B group. The Super B group was going faster than I wanted to eventually I found a comfort zone with 4-5 others. Great tail wind for the return and of course, a stop at Brewdog after the ride where I bought a beer for Pepe Lapew.
I checked out the Cycling Expo at the Heit Center in New Albany. Good group of vendors outside and inside....
.....free beer and wine! This was my first stop and they dispensed a generous pour of beer, choosing from one of three different types. I asked them to fill two cups so I'd have one for each hand but they declined.
Inside, the "Cadence Kitchen" and "Melt Hot Fitness" were giving demonstrations, along with other vendors on the other side of the room. The Kendas and Flyin Tuna arrived so I used this as an excuse to visit the beer station again. Luke R was there too so he offered to show us....
.....Lori's travel van. Kenda Janet checks out the psi of the air mattress. This morning, Lori heads off for 12 days of racing in Canada, NY, VT and elsewhere. What an adventure. The van was efficiently packed and should be a good home for a couple of weeks. Her most recent post is very entertaining: http://www.thecadencekitchen.com/vanlife/van-life-begins
Luke hopped on a trainer and I noted, while casually pedaling, was hitting my max wattage output. Nice.
We were all casually dressed for the event except one of us, a former high powered, corporate executive that wore plenty of bling, including a Movado watch. Good time at the Expo.