What is the sound of one piston slapping?
What is the sound of one piston slapping?
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With schools shutdown, international travel restrictions, ski mountains closing down, and everybody working remote if possible, it’s time to find other activities away from society to keep busy. Sure I could hold up indoors and watch Netflix and play video games for weeks. But that sounds boring! Thankfully I live in a place without winter so the great outdoors are plenty fun still.

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Illustration for article titled Social distancing adventure

It’s been raining on and off all week so I was worried about actually finding some clear weather to get out for a ride. While I could ride through some rain, it’s certainly less pleasant to do so. With that rain though certainly came plenty of puddles and lots of mud!

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Illustration for article titled Social distancing adventure

I’m quite the novice when it comes to biking and on a simple bike, so I stuck to fire roads with mild grades. This made for a decent 12 mile ride over the two hours with just about 800 feet of elevation gain in total. So the last 6 miles were very nice going downhill pretty much the whole way. I ended up rather muddy and wet by the end of the ride since it was very fun to rip through puddles.

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Illustration for article titled Social distancing adventure
Illustration for article titled Social distancing adventure
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Illustration for article titled Social distancing adventure

This ride starts and ends at the ocean so the misty winter weather added a nice aesthetic to the day. Great ride and hopefully with the sun coming out tomorrow, I can get in another ride in a different spot. It’s still raining tonight so at least the mud will get washed off the bike by morning!

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