We're still waiting for you to post pics of coffee in no-handle cups , lokum and rakia
Tell me you dont mix the two in the bidon..
I used to ride 20 some miles to another town just for the Italian sandwiches at a very upscale Italian deli. That was my fuel for the return trip. Unfortunately, it's no longer there.How about mid-ride?
My favorite ride is 14 miles out, 14 miles back. In the middle is . . . Mimi's Ice Cream (Sebastopol, CA). Fuel for the return trip!
I used to participate in a bike winery tour It's sounds perfect, until you're 20 miles out and a bottle in, and only one way home--pedaling.
One of my favorite folks to bike with (sadly no longer on this mortal coil) used to do a "Bad Idea Ride" series: rides between 50 and 120 miles, mixed surfaces, and at least one winery visited around mid-ride. Those were all-day adventures!
I find the quality of the food is directly proportional to the distance I've ridden... The further I go the better whatever it is tastes... Same with fluids..I'd drink out of a ditch at 100 miles...Had the best bike brunch this weekend sitting on the curb outside of a gas station with a Tollhouse ice cream sandwich. That spot should have at least ten Michelin stars.
I’ve done this many times (informal tour) in Sonoma County. Fortunately I’m not really a wine drinker, but I did enjoy the tasty snacks.I used to participate in a bike winery tour It's sounds perfect, until you're 20 miles out and a bottle in, and only one way home--pedaling.
My après ride ritual these days involves being mobbed by the kids asking where I was, what took so long (they obviously don't know I'm fat and slow..my avg speed reflects this..), why do I smell so bad, why do I drink beer, when can we go for a walk to find friends, what for lunch... I mean, it could be worse??? I think??