I would really like to hear how you're training and keeping active while at home. I"m trying some new virtual classes and continuing to spin using my bike and trainer in the basement. What are you doing?
Hi Ann, thanks for this opportunity to connect with our miles-starved band of cure -chasing peddle pushers. On November 12, last year, I went on-line with Zwift. Who knew? With a few exceptions, Zwift mimics my real life biking experience. I connected with a smart trainer, not really knowing what to expected. It took only a few rides before I was hooked. Its not like riding a trainer, it's like biking Disney Land. There is groups, races, hills, bike clubs, Tour Challenges, all kinds of awards, badges, kits, drafting, organized rides 24/7, 10,000 to 20,000 riders on line, so many choices and opportunities.
On November 12, last year, I began bicycle bootcamp, riding everyday. I rode on Zwift 55 out of 61 days for a total of 1261 miles. I was not bored for one second. In fact, it is bicycling ecstacy. I have continued to Zwift, piling up 4400+ miles so far. I miss my Cure Chaser family. So my outside challenge is to conquer Cemetery and Rob Hill and still be connected to our group when we crest. I'm on a break now but more than satisfied riding Zwift until we can get back together.
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