Biked 80 miles @ 17 mph
Well, I did my planned 65 biking miles and then added another 15 for a total of 80 miles @ 17 mph avg. speed. I went with two of the biker guys from work. Their original plan was to do 100 miles but I had already told them that I was only going to do 65. It ended up with only two of us going to 80 miles. One guy pretty much bonked at about 35 miles and slowed to the point we would have to go 5 or six miles and then wait for him to catch up. The other guy said he was determined, after 65, to go the full 100 but I could tell he was getting really tired. I really didn't want to go 100 just to say I did it so I agreed to go another 15 but said I wanted to make them quality miles and not just quantity. In the15 miles I sprinted up (I'm sure that's not the right term) all of the hills and sprinted along several flats, then waited for my friend to catch up, then I'd go again. This was a good ride but next time I need to only allow for a minimum amount of stops and go faster. Supprisingly my legs feel normal (Just the sorness I've had since I started riding). I still consider biking about equilivent to Recovery Miles in running. I think this 80 mile ride was equal to about 15 somewhat easy miles running.
2 Samuel 14:14
Like water spilled on the ground, which cannot be recovered, so we must die. But that is not what God desires; rather, he devises ways so that a banished person does not remain banished from him.