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Morning Commute – 2020.10.21

After two days of herculean efforts, I knew within the first five minutes of this morning’s commute that the ride would be a slower one. One of those things that happens after you push so hard on consecutive days. You can’t go full gas on each and every ride after all.

Coolest start yet. Local news has temperatures dropping into the 40s for lows and 60s for highs. I ridden in the mid 30s so I have the gear and ability to do so. It’s going to be fun trying to balance out what to wear between mornings and afternoons.

Clear, 59°F, Feels like 59°F, Humidity 21%, Wind 3mph from SW – by

Total distance: 16.73 mi
Max elevation: 2941 ft
Min elevation: 1955 ft
Total climbing: 341 ft
Total descent: -1245 ft
Average speed: 20.07 mi/h
Average cadence: 84 RPM
Average heart rate: 141 BPM
Average temperature: 61.88 °F
Total time: 00:58:18

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