Having celebrated beating cancer with some kids last night at the Velodrome, this day was reserved for a fellowship ride. Mileage goals aren’t usually that important to me but they do provide an incentive at times. A few days ago I wasn’t sure I would ride 1,000 miles in August then, all of a sudden, realized I could do it today. I had a goal.
I left the Homewood Suites hotel and biked the two miles to Trexlertown. First, I made my way over to the track at Rodale Park and rode laps. By the time my Spokes of Hope friends showed up I already had 10 miles in the book.
And so eight of us pushed off from the Velodrome for the back country roads in Lehigh and Berks counties. We started with e waste management essays https://journeysmobilevet.com/edimprove/overseas-drug/26/ go to site best argumentative essay writing for hire how to get the best results out of viagra https://explorationproject.org/annotated/case-study-research-example-topics/80/ go to site https://projectathena.org/grandmedicine/feel-effects-from-lamictal/11/ follow link go to link carpooling benefits essay format cipro make mvp worse essay on social corruption source link seroquel treatment social anxiety thesis statement of air pollution persuasive speech outline of against the death penalty butoxide essay https://peacerivergardens.org/proof/alain-de-botton-kiss-and-tell-essay/25/ foreign literature thesis payroll system using viagra when drunk finance research proposal carboxylic acid essay source url assisi poem critical essay sample source link go site https://samponline.org/blacklives/thesis-used-essay/27/ kamagra sastojci short essay on if i were a tree https://abt.edu/bestsellers/cymbalta-time-relaese/22/ go site Ken and Cindi Hart, Jay Bodkin, Kathy Robinson, Branan Cooper, Andy Werner, myself and some guy named Mike (my apologies).
Surprisingly, I have ridden these roads before. I must say they are enjoyable.
We headed out into Mertztown to Bowers then doubled back to Topton. Mike peeled off in Mertztown and we were down to seven. In Topton we stopped at a cafe by the tracks which appears to be overrun with cyclists (in a good way – lots more bikes than cars and it was busy inside).
When we were ready to roll out we picked up an eighth rider to make up for Mike. Although we didn’t go back to Bowers, we basically just followed the route that we had just come out on.
Back at the cycling park, we huddle up for a group photo and, for most of us, said goodbye for another year. As they packed up, I rode back to the hotel and went over 1,000 miles for the month. A nice way to finish the ride.