2 years since I last rode a road bike here around where my mum lives. Today I got company of a friend and we rode 40km around the two Hålsjöarna (lakes close to here) on small roads where it shouldn’t be any cars but was a couple.
A bit cloudy but we missed the rain and the 86min went pretty good. Maybe I’m getting into some kind of shape again :) New crankset with 172,5mm arms instead of 175 and 6,5mm slimmer Q-factor. Felt really nice. Great with 25mm Vittoria Corsa SC tires too :)
First time in Änggården today. Seen a lot and heard some of the forest. Flowy trails with a lot of hills. Super nice and my bike felt awesome for the type of riding.
Really fun to meet a friend that I haven’t met since 2008.
4 riders and perfect weather. Said it will be an Enduro race in august, think it will be great with not too long climbs and fast flowy downhills with some tricky sections.
No picture or stats today, don’t have a good connection for my watch here so have to wait for monday
On vacation in Sweden now and as I sold my Clavicula I got a new crankset for my Trek. A Campagnolo Centaur Carbon Ultra Torque
So not so much blogging the week ahead as I don’t have a computer with me.
Really like Giro helmets and my Ionos has been almost nice. Used a small which have worked when it’s not to warm or to cold. Size small which is on the edge for me so used it all open and without any space for a cycling cap or anything under. Now when it’s been warm I noticed it more as the pads get more compressed and can’t handle the sweat as well as a normal helmet should.
My boss at Veloshop sorted this out:
Got a Rudy Project Windmax from Veloshop :D In a size that will fit with a cycling cap under or not. Pretty lightweight too:
Saved 40g over my old Giro Ionos:
So now I’m ready to ride my bike in the summer, autumn, winter and spring :)
It got a new chain today too, lucky bike.
Changed from Corsa CX 21mm to Corsa SC 25mm. Like converting a Alfa Romeo 166 to a Maserati Quattroporte