Monday, November 24, 2008


I managed to commute twice last week despite the freezing temperatures. This weekend's racing, although successful, was bone chilling. My toes took a long time to thaw out, going from numb, to painful, to tingly, to cold, to normal. Why do we make ourselves suffer through this agony? Sometimes I forget.

At least it's back above 30 for the ride home. It will be refreshing to commute without my winter coat tonight.


pvb said...

Those bone-chilling commutes are making the difference! Congrats on the W!

rosey said...

i'd like to think the riding on friday had something to do with it. my legs felt super fresh and it gave me a lot of confidence going into the race on saturday. the mental game is as important as the physical one i think.