20 mi. I spun a 19 mph average for the Singer Island circle… going into an 18 mph sustained wind from the east had me slugging at 16, 17, 18 mph up Northlake and over the bridge.  Coming home with the wind, I was going an easy 23-25 mph.  I finished one water bottle on the ride, and enjoyed the last 30% of the ride which was in the new day’s light.  I ran two miles in the neighborhood after riding. It was hot and humid, but the wind was cooling my arms and legs during the ride. Oh, and the paving on Singer Island is horrible, I manage to find the bumps and uneven road every time I ride in the dark.  My new LED light helps me see, but the road still sucks!

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