Thursday, May 15, 2008

KC Bike Week 2008 Day 4: Another round trip

I've gotta jet. No, really. I need sleep.

I took that over my shoulder on SW Blvd while riding at about 20 MPH. I can't believe it stayed in focus as well as it did. Flight fascinates me. And riding a bike, I think, is the closest I'll get to flying while staying on the ground.

I only have time for highlights.

  • Another full round trip convoy. Karen was waiting for me when I got to the brewery.
  • The bike racks at the drug testing lab across the street from my apartment had bikes (two of them!). This is a first as far as I've ever seen.
  • Now Hybridzilla is on the fritz. These cheapo grip shifters suck. XTR Replacements? :P
I'll upload more pics tomorrow.

Miles today: 30
Miles this week: 150
Miles for May: 354
Miles this year: 1,347

Random Tunage:
Kevin Saunderson - Powerbass
Shiny Toy Guns - Le Disko


Sirrus Rider said...

Clyde power Activate! ;-) LOL Houston's goofy weather has stabilized enough to give it a go in a couple of hours. I'm also hoping to hear something on my trike today or tomorrow.

MRMacrum said...

I wonder why so many of us use Flying as the analogy for the activities we love to do. I had a friend who raced motocross and insisted it was just like flying. I feel as you do. There are rides, especially off road that will sometimes make me feel like "this is what it is like to fly".

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