Road Cycling (168)
Wet Col du Poya
After yesterday's hard day I had "heavy legs".
Col du Glandon in the cold
It has been like winter this May. Rain, snow, cold, wind. Not very inviting. Finally a break in the weather, a bit unexpected and I decided to ride the Croix de Fer or Glandon.
À l'insu de mon plein gré
I really didn't fancy going out, it has been grey and cold for days but at least it wasn't raining. Thankful for small mercys.
Narbonne, Cols de Clémencières and Vence
1h25 for the loop but a bit tight as I only had 1h30 for lunch so had to push it after the climb.
Some unstructured L3 intervals, really just going with the flow on the climb. First time up the Murianette this year.
St Cyr Lunch Ride
Just to confirm that it is possible to ride up to St Cyr during the lunch break. My long cut to St Cyr (idea was to find a flatter road) was not a good idea.
Mont Cindre easier route
Trying to find an easier climbing route, this time via St Cyr but there appears to be a better option taking the Collonges road to the first r'about.
Fourviere and Caluire et Cuire
First time out in shorts this season. Rode up to the Fourviere where there was a clear view of Lyon and pre-alps and even snowy alps just beyond.
Rain stopped play
Idea was to do a small ride into the Mont d'Or but as I climbed the rain started and then got heavier and heavier so I cut my losses and headed down as fast as possible but added a mini climb over the
Col de la Luère; Monts du Lyonnais; Lyon; France
The Col de la Luère is situated at an altitude of 715 metres in the Monts du Lyonnais and separates the Brévenne and Yzeron valleys on the borders of the communes of Pollionnay and Saint-Pierre la Pal
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