On the Nose!
29 July 2016
On our first ride since France, The Husb & I were sailing along with a handy tailwind, which quickly translated to a headwind up Mosman Hill! I skipped the Water Tower but the ride home was like one long hill - very strong wind on the nose ahead of the approaching storm.

My chest and arms were pretty sore from yesterday’s Thai-X-Fit class, so handling the bike in the cross-wind was interesting.

We enjoyed beers and a crispy salmon dinner at our local tonight and I’ll give you the tip - the prices and quality across the board were way better than France! Heading off to visit my bro & SIL now. Happy Friday!

We rode last night. For me- it sucked. So. Much.

Nothing felt right. Couldn’t find a comfortable spot. Feet were numb. Shoulders were tingly. Arm kept falling asleep. Couldn’t keep my but in the saddle in a good spot.

I wanted to throw my bike in the garbage.

Will get a bike fit done. Look at things. Find solutions.

In the meantime I am going to fill @livinwithaltitude tires with lead


July 23, 2016 || Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum

Top Shot: Sunset Bike Ride

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A cyclist rides by The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, which is a national landmark monument and tourist attraction erected in memory of Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. It is located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. Photograph by Theerasak Saksritawee