Day 18: Faster than a speeding train:
Follow this link to a brief video. Ok, not speeding, but I did pass it on the isthmus that day. :^)
Day 19: Late. Wet. Cold. But I rode.
|A brief one mile ride in the rain at the end of the day. I reached behind me and took a shot of the tail light on my saddle bag.|
|An old railroad bridge over the Yahara River now converted for bike / pedestrian use.|
|At the end of a long road ride, I snapped this pic. I previously blogged the details about the day here.|
|Again, a short ride before the day ended. This one offered a beautiful view of Venus and a crescent moon.|
|When I get work, I get to look at the most beautiful state capital building in the country.|
|I had a meeting to end my day out by East Towne - about 7 miles from the office. So, not only did I ride to work, but I rode from the office to the meeting and then from the meeting home. This is me pedaling out E Washington on my way to the meeting.|
|Drizzle and light showers marked my ride this day. But, with the right gear, it's not a problem.|
|I'm not the only one enjoying two wheels. This pic is courtesy of my sister who now lives in Florida. That morning, she and Nick rode to the beach to watch the sunrise while enjoying some coffee. *Jealous*|
|It's Drake Relays weekend in Des Moines, IA. In honor of my alma mater, and the friends I miss who were gathered to eat, drink, and enjoy America's Classic, I wore my Drake jersey. Wish I was there.|
|This pretty much summed up the day's weather. To read about the ride and see some pics, go here, to a blog post I wrote earlier this week.|
|I completed the challenge! I rode a bike every day this month. Even if only for a spin around the block. I was in the saddle and on the road.|
Next up, Bike Month (May)!
Ride On! And Keep the Rubber Side Down!