What can I say, there were smiles everywhere today. The weather couldn't have been better,.....80's & sunny with minimal wind. A great day for cycling and I rode it strong. However,....I am a bit tired and lets just get right to the pictures.
Still perfect 40 years later !
He shoots all the video. I think I need to work on my on screen presence. Can't hardly wait to see what a boob I look like this morning.
Nice look right ?? However, if you were referring to my new shows, throwback Zumba pants, and black on black Dolphins T,...........well, its not a nice look. IT'S KILLER !!!
Now mind you that one of my all time favorite KISS songs is Firehouse.
Let talk about the ride for a moment. 1st 15 miles was at slow pace (<15/16MPH) to rest stop at Sylvester. Then we were paced at 20MPH until we reached the rest stop were we where 70 miles into the ride. Once the stronger rides got the word from Mike Dee at that break it was on. Once we rolled out it was straight on the gas. I'm not sure how many started with us, but over that 30 miles we dropped a few of them. Every once in a while I'ld hear somebody call out to their buddy,...."I've had it,...see you at the finish". I'm not very experienced at all in group riding, much less a rotating double pace line. But I did well enough to not get dropped and I crossed the line 9th. I think there was 15 or 20 in that lead group. This is how I looked as I crossed the line. "V" for victory !!!!!!
After the ride I saw a couple old buddies,....
Nat Moore & Twan Russell both former players and current employees of the Miami Dolphins. twan was wanting to roll with the fast group but got a flat and that threw his whole day off. Fear not Twan,....I'm going to find you in the morning and we're going to hook up and burn rubber !
Dig those shoes !!!
Tomorrow is a new day, but tonight M.M. is camping out under the stars.
The sign says it all. And I'm just $87 shy of the $5,000 milestone and looking for a hero. I know i've beaten this horse to death,.....however, nothing ventured, nothing gained. Thanks again to everybody, this has been an amazing journey !