I dunno what yer smokin, but Memorail is closed, THP is wet, JB is flooded, the others are all over an hour away... So no.CmdrChode said:Come on, now, cupcake. Put on some layers and quit yer whining. You're not going to let a little cold get in the way of riding are ya? It's not like we live in Minnesota...
As for what to do? Ride, of course! The local trails are mostly tacky/dry and the weather channel isn't predicting much precipitation. Ride in the afternoon when the temps are highest and avoid the muddy bits. There are always the paved trails if things get really desperate.
trainers/rollers inside are almost as boring as road biking outside.TXPhisher said:I got a ride in on Sunday and it was pretty nice out (high 40's), not bad if your keeping a decent cardio pace. I also ride a trainer indoors... although that can make you insane.
i just find it more fun to work "up" a sweat as opposed to starting off or even before I've had time to check tire/shock pressures I'm already sweating my ass off! Give me cold ride days over hot ones anyday all day!Toff said:Nope, 80s for me is perfect biking weather. I'd rather it be 100 than 60.