Friday, January 18, 2008

Saturday + Cycling + Breakfast = Cyclopaths

While most of us are hibernating for the winter, spending time on indoor wheels, it won't be long before Spring arrives and we're back on the roads again. You've got to admit that without the collective insanity of our group, and the promise of a warm breakfast as our destination, it would be tough to drag yourself out of bed on a cold April day. Whether we're training for a charity ride, (the PMC), or just simply riding for the fun of it, Saturdays with the North Shore Cyclopaths is unsurpassed. The food tastes better (even at the Beverly Airport), and the riding is more enjoyable, when we're together. Looking forward to Spring! --Tammy

3 comments:

Lynda said...

I'll second that!! Miss you guys and gals!! Can't wait to ride with you all again. You all truly are very special, and I'll throw in that not only would it be tough to get out of bed to ride in April, but to drive to Salem to boot - you bet it's worth it!

I'm going to train this year for a double-century (yep!), so anyone anytime that wants to go long, I'll be there! :) We'll have to have a promise of some ice cream somewhere... ;)

capecodcowboy said...

Ellen and I are Still riding on Sundays with the Cape Cod Cyclist. yes it is COLD and WE are CRAZY!!!We ride 45 miles give or take a few miles with some hard corps guys and girls doing 65 or more! They have the rides broken down into 3 groups A,B and C. Real fast, fast and not As fast!!! It is not the same as riding with the Cyclopaths and you are missed more than you know! Looking forward to a early spring and riding with you all....
ATB
:) ccm

Anonymous said...

There is another solution to winter biking doldrums.....

I went to Austin, Texas last week to spend a few days riding with freinds. 1 rain out and 3 days = 120 miles of beautiful biking, great BBQ, margueritas, and outstanding music.

Hope to see you all soon,

Bruce K