Gave it a big miss yesterday and was pretty happy with the decision - lots of fun watching people get dragged around & beaten up by their own umbrellas at the bus stop
Managed to get most of the way to work between squalls, but a bit of hard work when they did come through - will see what the afternoon brings ...
“Lexa”: 2012 Trek Lexa S; “Bluey”: 2006 Trek 7.0FX; “Eddy”: 198[?] Graecross Jackaroo
Cool story enjoyed the read was riding with you;);)
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Left about 30 mins later, balked at the corner of St G Tce and William faced with a horizontal wall of water, eventually turned down wind to the river and was anxious to say the least as to what the cars were doing. Once I set sail south on the Kwinana PSP it was somewhat exciting, wet but warm and an enormous tail wind. Barely a peddle turned. The big issue was keeping the speed down, the brakes were patchy and unpredictable and the path had plenty of debris and nuts. Considered going for my PB home but water over the track on a few occasions scared me enough to go steady. All year we SOR commuters peddle home into a headwind, nice to enjopy a free ride.
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