Bicycling Brain Fever
It’s beginning to look a lot like spring. Nope . . .
Last year by this time, I had hundreds of miles on my bike. This year, I am struggling. I’ve got bicycling brain fever. That specific fever that encourages you to ride in a 17 mile an hour headwind. The fever that has you cycling in Sorel boots. The fever that forces you to carry your bike over eighteen patches of ice on the bike path. Yup. That one.
But here is the good news, things are changing. And Jack Frost is slowing releasing his maddening grip on the northeast finger by finger. And in a few short weeks, I’m certain his work will be done for the year and we can turn our collective gaze toward some much needed vitamin D.
In the meantime, I encourage you to make some plans, big plans. And I encourage you to make a few of those plans involve two wheel travel. How can I help you do that? Do you want support around getting your bike looked at? Are you thinking about getting a new one? Are you worried about riding in general? Email me. I may be able to help or find someone who can. Because I want to ride along with you. Let’s use these last few days wrapped up with Jack to figure out some big plans, some plans that support a culture of two-wheel travel.