Well folks, for me May means two things these last few years. The first is Bike everywhere month. Once again, even though I moved to the Oregon Coast, I was the captain of the team for the Mighty P! This Friday last, was bike to work day. Well when you work at home there is no commute. Michelle knows me well, though, and convinced me to saddle up for a ride around the block. Here I am, sporting game face, flip flops and cargo shorts coming into the ‘office’.
Now I did catch some grief for no helmet! Rest assured, any ride where I lose sight of my own garage I ALWAYS wear a helmet!
The other thing that occurs in May is the Reach the Beach ride.
Continue reading “Reach the Beach 2019”
So here we are, in 2019. Fresh new year! Who knows what lies ahead in the next 12 months…
Today, I did something I hadn’t done in over 40 days, I rode the bike outside… Continue reading “It was a LONG dry spell….”
I have been sharing the weather we’ve been having over the last week or so. After a November of dry and sun, Mother Nature is making up for taking it easy on us earlier in the season.
This morning was no exception…..
Continue reading “An Unexpected Morning Off”
Just a short quick post here. Lately I have been talking a lot about the fall weather here on the coast and how nice it has been
Shoot I haven’t even had to bust out the rain jacket. Well, that is until last night Continue reading “Fall has hit!”
As we all know, the reason Michelle and I were able to move here to the coast is because the Mighty P let us telecommute from here. My normal work attire now is shorts, t-shirt and no shoes or sock.
However, the expectation when we moved here was that we would need to come back from time to time and work in the office. This week was a whirlwind trip for me. The drive up was uneventful, and the time in the office productive. My boss also convinced me to finally let him take me out for my 5th anniversary lunch. (My second 5th anniversary.)
We went to Red Robin! YUM!!!
But it was the drive home, that will be remembered. Continue reading “A drive to remember”
OK before I recap the ride I need to address a couple of things! If you are a rider reading this before the 2019 or beyond ride remember 2 things!
1) Do NOT believe the weather forecast!!! Make sure to have rain gear in the car with you just in case!!
2) This route EATS tires! Have plenty of extra tubes, patch kits, pump and CO2 with you! Also your toughest tires!!
OK, so lets talk about the ride… Continue reading “Tour de Blast 2018”
So this weekend, we had a change of scenery. For the last 2 years these three hotties met in Corvallis to do the Half Marathon.
Now it will come as no surprise that a half marathon is HARD! My job is to leap-frog the, with the bike with extra liquids, take extra layers if needed, and be the personal support crew. (Not a bad gig as all 🙂
After last year, the three decided “HEY, let’s do the 5 K instead! Then Mark and Tony can participate! And we did!! The 5 K post will most likely be tomorrow though, as there was a lot unpacked in a 1.5 days. And my brain is a bit fuzzy right now, So I will hold off to do justice to this.
What we will discuss today is the reason for the brain fuzz. I took the opportunity to ride the bike home from Corvallis! Continue reading “Even the cows thought I was nuts!”