I think I've finally improved on my best time for a lap at Rosaryville.
Right around 46 minutes, if not in the 45 minute range.(Total, not ride time).
I haven't got a computer on the new bike yet so I just looked at the watch when I left and when I got back. I wasn't anal enough to look at the seconds, thus the variance on my time.
Trail conditions weren't optimal either. Still some good sized mudholes out there and slick turns that slowed me down a little. I was using some brakes where I shouldn't.
Sometimes you just don't have that confidence in your tires.
I saw Eric before my lap. He was scoping the trail out for work for Saturday.
He asked if I wanted to do some TW on Saturday.
WTH is wrong with you?
4 weeks for training left and I'm going to waste a Saturday knicking.
I don't think so.
Some of us have real jobs where we can't take off during the week and go to for rides in the shed.
YOU READING THIS PAUL AND ERIC.
I'M GOING TO CRUSH YOU 2 AT THE SM100.
Thats what I need. A little competitive motivation.
Anyways, where was I?
Oh yeah , Rosaryville.
Went out for another easy lap after the TT. That was the idea though it didn't end up like that .
I still was pushing myself every chance I get.
I run into Doc partly through and chat with him a minute.
He wants to know why I'm outta breath.
Cause I'm an idiot that can't remember how to ride for fun unless I'm in a group.