Saturday, January 22, 2011
Cruising along at nearly 20 mph on the road bike...
No chain. There's this perfect point on the ride when you no longer feel the push on the pedals. It's effortless, like flying. The road is smooth, the view is beautiful, the bike is running flawlessly, and you feel great, like you could go on forever. Perfect cadence, perfect breathing. You no longer feel the muscles in your legs, and you don't feel the chain.
Lance Armstrong writes about that in one of his books. It's a joke between him and George Hincapie. I guess it's why I ride.
Posted by Joel Rhymer at 8:29 AM