Monthly Archives: May 2013

Jarvis Bay Day Two

You know it’s windy when: going downhill into the wind you have to pedal – in low gear – just to keep moving with the wind behind you, from a standstill, within a few seconds you are doing 25 kph … Continue reading

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Jammin’ in Jarvis Bay

OK so pedalling into winds of 30 kph gusting to 50 isn’t a lot of fun but the return trip is pretty good. The day started with a drive to Jarvis Bay Provincial Park on Sylvan Lake to meet up … Continue reading

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North to Westlock

If this is Westlock it must be lunchtime … Today was the day to push the distance a bit further.  To Westlock and back. It was a nice, cloudy morning when I left on my ride.  As I pedaled north … Continue reading

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Training Continues

My training has continued over the past week or so since my last post.  At the same time I have got a start on the spring yard work and continued with a few small jobs on the family room renovation … Continue reading

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T Time

Training for the Tour du Canada is definitely in full swing now.  I have ridden every day since my last post, making it 6 days out of the past 7.  Distances vary, as they should on a training program.  I … Continue reading

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200 down, 1800 to go

Spring has come late to St. Albert, as it has to much of the Prairies. That means I’m behind in my training for Tour du Canada. I had no sooner got out for a short training ride (as much as … Continue reading

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