RE: Alpine Cycling Adventures. (Part 4) Conquering Alpe D'Huez

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Alpine Cycling Adventures. (Part 4) Conquering Alpe D'Huez

in cyclefeed •  2 months ago

hey @dmcanera

Thanks for the reply and apologies for the delay in replying. I have been reluctant to do anything with all the changes going on.

I have never cycled in Scotland but I can imagine it is amazing. Cycling in Florida must be a joy with all the nice weather though?

Cheers, Gaz.

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I’m the same. I’ve been spending time over on Weku until things stabilize better here.

Cycling is not too bad in the heat and humidity because you get a breeze. I prefer to wait until the humidity level drops though. Walking is especially tough, and even at 9 in the morning a 10k walk feels like 20k. I’m longing for the cooler weather!!!!

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I am a self confessed fair weather rider. I've been lucky enough to live in some warm climates like Bahrain (up to 50 degrees C in the summer) and Thailand (mid thirties all year) , where I can guarantee a ride. Not quite the same here in Romania but the summers are pretty warm and the winters are very cold.

A 10k walk is pretty awesome that must take you a while?