Le Peloton #80

People are special. Me and my best friend some years ago, Johannes, did a test and we where complete opposite. It doesn’t always matter. Respect and be able to see the good things is so much more important.

Met up with some people this morning:

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I was still clean and ready to try my new rainjersey, Cafe du Cycliste Josette. Where 4 who was doing the big roadloop and held together most of the time. Rille did most of the job but I helped as much as I could and my Tarmac felt good. Felt Like I could go faster in turns today, it felt awesome as I believe that I’m not so good on cornering.

Afterwards with rolling with Rille:

And I wasn’t as clean as before 😉 But still dry and the jersey was just awesome 😀

Some pictures from Rille:

On Le Mond we met Michael who rode the CXloop and Jimmie who was there for the breakfast. A long breakfast on the free day today talking about the suffering of Jesus (a little)

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Don’t forget why we celebrate Easter now. I don’t think I would have been alive if it wasn’t for Jesus

Map and stats from today: Strava

a shorter Sunday ride

The biggest miss for me today have to be that I rode 230m (!) shorter than yesterday.

Left home this morning to ride with Rejlers/Sthlm CK on Ekerö as a change for yesterday. Not as good weather with a bit more snow, more wind and without sun, but with more people like this picture Rille took shows:

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Rode out towards Ekerö and had a short stop in the beginning to pump some tires:

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Then we rode wet asphalt roads and snowy cycling paths. Really wet on the asphalt and not so many with good fenders today so got a bit cold and wet, tried to stay away from it as good as I could.

After all as good as a sunday ride could be this sunday, great people 🙂 Back on the way home in a steep climb I tried to change to the small ring in front but my derailleur was frozen, first time it happens and it is impressive how good my rear derailleur worked today as my bike collects a lot of snow with the tight fenders. Kudos to my Diverge 😉

Map and stats: Strava