"Well with what I spent on that bike, I could have bought some really nice art." She had good reason to ask though. I haven't ridden the Superfly yet. I'm definitely nervous to take it out because I'm afraid I'll dent or crack the frame on the first ride (highly unlikely). I told the guys at the shop I feel like I should ride it first on a group ride so I'm in a safe environment if something does happen. But until then, it's just going to keep sleeping in my laundry room.
|That's me, being a Diva.|
|10,000 feet up, not a bad way to spend Easter|
|Got reconnected with this guy pretty fast!|
I'm thinking of doing some road races or a couple of road centuries before Leadville just to get some more experience. I'm imagining my experience at Leadville to be much like Frank's when he comes here to go mountain biking and I take him to a mountain that's 9,000 feet up. He starts off pretty good but about 10 minutes in he starts wanting to stop and "take a few pictures" and oh "let me get some water"and then by 30 minutes in he's offering money for my inhaler and by an hour he is asking where to get an oxygen tank and that the extra weight of it would be totally worth it. So in the words of Frank with my training I must stay thirsty.