The weather was great today. 65 degrees with clouds and a bit of sun. I got dumped on during the last 15 minutes of the ride, and the cool rain felt great. I pushed it somewhat hard for the last three hours, which put my average watts at 268 for five hours. I’m down to 170 lbs, and I don’t think I’ve lost any power, especially after feeling so at ease today. When I got home, Aaron and Tony had already started the turkey. We made mashed potatoes, gravy, and stuffing too. Plus pie. The stuffing was the best I’ve ever had. There were two sticks of butter in it. Amazing.
Chops vs. the uhhh….turkey neck.
2 thoughts on “Thanksgiving ride”
The picture of the guy sitting down in the chair wearing a red shirt in the top banner picture on this blog. I can see him being like “holy cow, that cyclist is ugly” or it’s his reaction to the guy standing with the red shirt who passed gas.
Actually it was me who passed gas. I did it on every lap right in front of that guy.