Went for a ride today...never ending hi-jack thread

Discussion in 'Ride Reports & Photos' started by murph, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. Jim C-G

    Jim C-G Active Member

    I don't know why I was the only bike on the ferry last night. Finally home thru rain and snow squalls . 7598 km. round trip. Videos somewhere down the line.

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  2. TonisToo

    TonisToo Active Member

    Welcome home.
  3. RossKean

    RossKean Active Member

    Glad you made it back! With the recent Atlantic Canada weather, the last few days couldn't have been much fun. NB is still in the middle of an early cold snap and no relief in sight until next week. Worst October that I remember
  4. HunterSon

    HunterSon Active Member

    Got home from work on Friday and the sun was peaking out from some thin clouds. It was 12 degrees at my house and I thought this might be my last ride of the season. So I jumped on the FJ and headed out from CBS towards the Salmoneer Line. I kept getting cooler and cooler the farther I went but I was still smiling. So I went as far as Colinet and looped around through St. Catherine’s. The temperature dipped down to 6 (wind chill -2) and I was cold to the bone by the time I finished my 2 hour ride and was back home. Still had a big smile though. :)

    Oh yea, the Holyrood Access road from route 60 to the TCH is all new blacktop!
  5. RossKean

    RossKean Active Member

    Rain all day with high winds but fairly warm. Cooler tomorrow (high 8 °C) but sunny. I'll crank up the heated gear and get out for a couple hours. Heated jacket liner makes the difference between just being able to ride and actually enjoying it!
  6. Trash

    Trash Active Member

    I definitely agree that heated gear has come a long way in the last few years.

    Hope you get to enjoy that ride today. It’s snowing here...
  7. Bob

    Bob Active Member

    My wife's Gerbing jacket finally packed it in this Season after a decade of faithful service. She has her's on more because she gets colder on the back.

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