I've Ridden Every Day This Year
Obvious title is obvious.
Every year, the DC area cyclists en masse go and ride loops around Hain's Point. It's flat, it's cold, and it was unusually un-windy.
I got passed several times by a large group of riders (40+ riders), helping me experience what it means to be in a slipstream. I think partially because of that (and the bait to keep up with experienced folks on road bikes), I rode my fastest 5 and 10 mile marks (also helps that it was, as stated above, flat, and still.)
Looking towards the Southwest Waterfront Park and the amazing Federal homes right near the Titanic Memorial. Did you know there's a Titanic Memorial in DC?
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