Södermanland 210

I got a bike called Tarmac. It’s made for cyclists like Boonen, Contador and Sagan.

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They got tubulars, I had clinchers:

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They got competitors, I got friends:

Remember a great sunday 🙂 Didn’t feel so fast but I got some fast friends and sometimes it feels like I got many friends. Really thankful for all of you 🙂 The man of the day was Emile for convincing me to ride to Södertälje from home, never leaves a friend behind and fixed a shortcut home from Eldtomta. The same Emile who got started the ”Emile shortcut” which is the beginning of memories and laughter 😉

The beautiful ride started by Emil about Cafécycling: Södermanland 210 on Strava

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Rapha Transfer Recon

Read an article some months ago about Multimodual rides. Taking the train or something else out from the city to be able to ride further and see new places that’s usually too far away.

Rapha calling it Transfer where you go out from your city and then riding back. There will be one from Stockholm in a couple of week and yesterday we did a recon. Instead of writing about how it was, how great my Diverge is and that Café du Cycliste got the best clothes I share some pictures from

me:

Camilla:

Emil:

Thanks to Emil for the guiding, Emile for the paceholding, Camilla for holding the group at descent speed and to Jessica for our first Sub9 training 😉

 

Coffeeride except for no coffee in the middle

Went to bikecafé Le Mond and started with a Cappuccino. Then got an espresso at Specialized Concept Store Stockholm afterwards, but nothing on the ride.

But what a ride. It was sunny, warm, cold, rainy, headwind, tailwind. It had it all except not working bikes 🙂

Rode on maybe the worst rode in Stockholm with more potholes than asphalt except here:

We rode and looked out on the beautiful fields:

We took a ferry:

We became tired:

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It enjoyed the S-Works Roubaix with Sram Red hydraulic disc brakes:

We stopped for lunch without a picture.

It was epic and hard in the end. 🙂 Map and stats: Movescount