It’s been a few more months now and I thought I’d post an update about how the cycling has been going since my prior post.
I’ve managed to keep up a pretty regular regimen of riding. I try to get out most days for an hour+ unless it’s raining or I’ve got something else planned for the day.
Early in September I was away for a couple days and then at some point mid month we finally got some rain so my Sept mileage is off my August pace but I still managed to log over the 300 miles threshold again this past month.
That was no doubt helped by some fantastic weather here in Austin as September came to a close. It’s not unusual for summer to linger on well into the fall around here but somehow we managed to get a nice blast of cooler fall air and the last week of the month has been spectacular. I took the photo of my bike propped in a big batch of Lantana just a couple days ago. The Lantana seems to be outdoing itself so far this fall.
Who knows about October… I hope we continue to have great weather like this. Maybe I can get out to the Texas hill country and do some longer rides. We shall see…
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Found you on WordPress and am following. You’re only the second Austin bike blogger I’ve run across, and the other I think is inactive. Anyway, perhaps we’ll meet up some day. Could make for an interesting post. Though I lack a light bike with sufficient gears to go as far or as fast as I might like. Best wishes.
Hi Chas, glad to see you’re still at it. Stumbled across you and thought I’d say hello. Take it easy… but take it!