I started cycling 15 years ago for the exercise.
Motto: Slow and steady is the way to go.
I now spend a lot of time on the trail as a volunteer.
I like to travel as well, normally by car but for the long distances I will fly.
Today I cycled to Allen street, then to Winsloe and to Cornwall business park
and then to home. I was about 2 1/2 hours and logged 33 km. Full winter dress today, it was a cold -8
with a west wind at 25-30 km/h.
I was cycling this afternoon, took the highway to New Haven and return, then Main street to the business park. There was more traffic on Main street. It was sunny day with a temperature of +2 but windy, a NW wind of 20 gusting to 30 km/h. I was out for a bit over two hours.
On checking the bike before today's ride I found the rear stays had
broken away from the frame. Luckily it has a steel frame so a little
welding got me back on the road. I was out for two hours, sunny at +3
and a light north wind.
was cycled for 90+ minutes today, I cycled the TransCanada Hwy from
home to New Haven and return. First pic is the Clyde river looking south
from the bridge, other is the highway. Temp was around -5 with a 20-25
km/h west wind.
This afternoon I was on the snowshoes for 75 minutes and did the 3.5 km
loop. The snow drift in photo had a vertical face over a meter, glad I
was coming down. Temp was -10 and the wind 35 gusting to 50 km/h
Yesterday I was cycling the trail between Grafton st and the Charlottetown mall. Paved path is on the NE side of the Joe Ghiz park. I stopped by the Farmers market and the met the cyclist near UPEI.
Mostly sunny at +5 with a light breeze.