Thursday, 5 January 2012

Rationally, you know your heart is not going to dislodge out of your chest.  You know your legs are not going to lose their will to attach and fall off, simply from riding your bike.

After 20 kilometres, the incline of the trail is more easily ascertained by how it feels in your legs and shoulders than how it looks to your eyes.

You learn, on your way back up the trail, that the gear you are riding your bike in is called the "granny gear" by those who are fitter than you.


  1. I think I spend most of my days in "granny gear."  LOL  Fun stone!

  2. Thanks for stopping by and saying so, Brenda :)  I'm trying to break out of granny gear but as you can see, it's hard work ;)

  3. I admire your locomotivation, Sue. You'll get younger as you go;)

  4. I like this a lot. I know exactly what you mean, though from a walking/hiking view. :)

  5. Thanks for dropping by, IsobelandCat :)


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