Yesterday was a big day for cycling in Denver. First was the New Belgium Urban Assault Ride, which was an absolute blast. If you’ve never done it, I strongly suggest you give it a shot next year. I don’t know how the winners opened up 30 minutes on Nate and I, which will give us a shot to make up some time for next year.
The plan was to take off from the UAR and head to the 42Below ride to meet the crew riding from NYC to LA and get some free stuff, but we never made it that far, instead hanging out and having a good time at the UAR. We also ran across a criterium going on south of downtown.
It’s now been three months since I’ve driven to work. My totals for the year are 121 days biking to work, one day running, and seven days driving, for a non-driving percentage of 94.57.
In weather news, the average daily high temperature is finally declining. On top of that, it looks like we’re going to get through the summer without any 100 degree days. Awesome!