As I’ve mentioned before, any month with a decent ride in it will look good. So, June ended up OK, even with some non-cycling weekends and some schedule-shifting. The best news of the month was that I rode the San Francisco Randonneurs “Populaire” - which is something of a low-mileage (for brevets, anyway…) route designed to introduce new riders to the quirks and procedures of route sheets, controls and brevet cards. I took a few photos, but scratched the writeup, as I crossed paths with JimG a mile or two into the ride and we spent most of the route catching up and each apologizing to the other for a perceived lack of fitness. It was a great, grand, reinvigorating ride for me, but it just didn’t translate too well into the written word.
Yoga was sparse this past month - I had signed up for a high-value voiceover workshop that directly conflicted for four weeks - the workshop was great, challenging and helpful for my career, but you can’t be in two places at once. Well, at this juncture in the space-time continuim anyway.
So - 20 riding days for 369 miles
5 yoga sessions (snuck in a Saturday session instead of a ride).
Bikey Miles So Far This Year - 1755