What fun! I rode to Natomas Park Elementary to assist Deanna and Gina teach Project Ride Smart. I really (really!) like not being in charge, I was there to help with blacktop drills.
I was up early this morning to get ready for this annual charity bike ride with the Good Jibes team. We met in Penryn at 7:45 for our team picture.
Back row: Charlie, William, Kathy, Bruce, Diane, Dani, Jonathan. Front row: Michelle, Amal, me, Steven, Becky, Mellissa. I rode the short route which turned out to be 22 miles because I missed a couple of turns and had to backtrack. It was way more hilly than riding around N Natomas and Sacramento – challenging but fun.
The Good Jibes Only team got together on Thursday night at Chicago Fire in downtown Sacramento.
Followed by a little shopping at Fleet Feet across the street:
The last Zoom class was tonight. It always feels good when a big project comes to a conclusion.
The last one for this round of Better on Bikes. And look at the excellent turnout. There were 4 from BoB1, 5 from BoB2, and 1 person who I hope takes BoB3 because she’s already come to two Office Hours.
Cheryl, Kathy, and I rode Jackrabbit Trail and on the way back, we stopped at Bella Bru.
Mellissa and Michelle from Jibe hosted a coffee for everyone who has taken Better on Bikes.
One more to go!
A very well-attended Better on Bikes Office Hours. Leo, Kathy, Barbara, Cheryl, Dani, Monica, Terry, Ginger, JoAnne, Stacy, Jodi:
We went to a 7-mile ride to San Juan Rd and Airport Rd. For everyone who lives in N Natomas on the east side of I-5, this intersection is the “gateway” to Discovery Park, Old Sac, downtown, Fisherman’s Lake Parkway, the airport ride, etc. Coming back, riding north on E Commerce, about to cross Del Paso Rd, twelve cyclists in perfect formation take the lane:
Looking good, I must say. Six of us rode over for Office Hours from Westshore, so our total was 20 miles.
Tonight was the fourth class on Zoom.
My bedroom clock is sitting on the ironing board. I have time targets for presenting the material. In exactly 4 minutes, at 5:25, I logged into the Zoom class and Lesson 3 began …