By the end of the ride Mr.GPS reported 41 degrees. Car in parking lot reported a slightly warmer 47 degrees. All I know is I think it may be time to drag out the Lake boots and the heavier gloves. The fox mid-weights just weren't warm enough and more poor fingers don't need to take anymore abuse. In an attempt to protect my poor digits into the fall/early winter I'm buying another set of gloves. This time I'm trying the Gore Xenon 2. The feet were also suffering so the lakes may be coming back out on nights where we may get 50 or less. Though admittedly I was wearing a too light sock.
Still drooling over the 45NRTH Wolvhammer boots. WANT!
We had a TON of riders out enjoying the frost fall weather last night with 34 signed in and I think about 12 on each ride at least. Huh. Knew I missed a few chumps in the lot! Trek had a women's group out with 8 demo'ing bikes at night and then there must have been another 10 or 15 riders in various groups. It was a parking lot at times. Main casual covered about 8 miles then I took the 3 fastest out for another 25 mins for 4 more miles'ish. It was a blast. Always good to ride with the regular's.
Never heard as much crying though about a little bit of Mud from Ian and then later Neal! I'm shocked! Sure I knew that back area of the upper baseball diamonds was bad :)
Tonights plan includes Whole Foods, avoiding parents who are in town, and maybe a trip up to JamminJava to see local band FunkMnkyz. Check em out
Straight outa Burke Baby!
Saturday brings dinner with the parents and hopefully seeing another buddy's band Justice Monkey at Blue Water Grille in Chantilly-ville.
Sunday brings a possible quick trip down to Charlottesville VA to look at some property with my parents.
For now it's back to work. Kinda. :P