|Nancy's chain is beyond help courtesy of me
|Incredible scenery, but careful attention to the road too.
|For Adam's 10 Year Cancer free day, we pulled out the Yellow
|I did this... on Nancy's bike. sorry Nancy!
For the most part, the day could be categorized as before I tried to help Nancy with her bike, and after. Before, we were cruising along with not a care, on schedule for an early arrival and favorable wind conditions. After, I was doing my penance on the front in what could be considered the windiest day of the ride this year.
|Windy SAG stop
Nancy's shifting was off, so I volunteered to ride her bike and adjust the deraileur. However, my adjustment ended up FUBAR.
|That's me on the left. Great photographer!
I also did a number on her tire as well. So generally, NO GOOD DEED GOES UNPUNISHED. Lesson learned again. But I guess I'll have to learn it after this too.
|Mike showing how to draft a local on the bike path
|Celebrating Adam's 10 year Cancer Free required some local recovery beverage from a canyon road we spent some serious time on.