No, not that kind of riding, although he is obviously enjoying life, rolling past us somewhere in Utah.
This is more our speed! As per usual, we've enjoyed the great roads and easy routes that Boulder offers to all sorts and levels of cyclists/bikers. I wasn't too sure how happy my legs would be post-Vineman and at altitude, but about a day after our arrival, we were heading north of town, enjoying rolling roads and country vistas (lots of cows and barns!), and I was pulling Michael and his brother on the uphills and catching a wheel on the descents. The weather has been gorgeous, so that has encouraged us to hit the roads on two wheels. Michael's brother will usually take us on some great loops in the morning that he knows well and with which we are somewhat familiar by this time. One of the best rides of the visit was an afternoon jaunt which took us south. It had rained earlier in the afternoon, so we had pretty dramatic views of the Flatirons post-storm. The last part of the ride took us through 'downtown' Boulder - our guide told us that it was the Tour de Boulder as we rode along the University of Colorado campus, by the Pearl Street Mall and through fun neighborhoods with older houses. We'll miss these rides, but Breckenridge awaits, as does Vail Pass! And biking at an even higher altitude!
Taking a break in Hygiene, CO