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 Post subject: Phew..
PostPosted: August 18th, 2012, 10:42 pm 
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Aye, I had to put shorts on for the first time this year!

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I was out on the bike, and it didn't feel as warm as several of the rides I did in July. The bike computer agrees - Saturday it recorded 19 degrees, but on the 24th of July the ride was 24 degrees and on the 26th the temperature averaged over 28 degrees. That was a tough ride, too - one section consisted of a three-mile long climb, with the gradient topping out at something like 12%.

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Ah, but currently we have about 90% humidity, which does make a big difference.


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Viscount Charles wrote:
I was out on the bike, and it didn't feel as warm as several of the rides I did in July. The bike computer agrees - Saturday it recorded 19 degrees, but on the 24th of July the ride was 24 degrees and on the 26th the temperature averaged over 28 degrees. That was a tough ride, too - one section consisted of a three-mile long climb, with the gradient topping out at something like 12%.


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