Yes. I am back on my bike.
But no. I am not back.
And my most recent ride pretty much proved that...
Since given the clearance to ride by my doctor, I've been on some rides with John, some rides on my own, and some rides with a few select friends, here and there. My confidence is very shaky in terms of being able to keep up with others, and the climbs that I once sought out eagerly now seem to mock me, so I've been hesitant to go on group rides.
Thursday, April 3, 2014
My journey through bikes to find my Nirvana
Remember my credo (from my most recent post): a brevet bike is one you use on brevets with little or no hassle or pain!
I promised at the end of that post to tell you about my bike...
As I tried to emphasize in that previous post, any bike that fits well can make a good randonneuring bike. I mentioned a few things that one might do to make a bike more comfortable for the long rides, like adjusting the fit to really suit, mounting the fattest tires that fit, attaching some kind of fenders, affixing some sort of bag to carry stuff and mounting whatever type of light is needed for the event/distance.