Wednesday, March 30, 2011

After Work Ride

Oh my god,I actually rode two days in a row.The weather and my back is finally cooperating. I felt pretty good too,I wasn't as sore as I thought I might be. I ended up with 99 miles for the month of March,not bad.
After Work Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Tuesday Night Ride

At the start of this ride it was 50 degrees and sunny, it soon became cloudy and the temp must have dropped 5 or more degrees. My legs felt pretty good today which was a nice surprise.
Tuesday Night Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Sunday Afternoon Ride

Even though the temp was only 40, I had to get out and do a ride. I so want the warmer weather to come, but it's taking it's time to get here. My legs felt worse than my last ride,I've come to expect it now. I'll just have to tough it out until I feel better.
Sunday Afternoon Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Fowl Saturday Ride

It turned out to be a horrible day for a ride,it was windy,cloudy and the temp kept dropping as the day went on.My legs felt like jello so the ride didn't last long, but I did see some turkey's and another ground bird I didn't know.
Fowl Saturday Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Thursday Night Ride

I can't think of a better way to spend ST. Patty's Day, than with a bike ride. What's happened to me? I got 14 miles in and felt pretty good. 60 degree's and sunny, made the ride that much better too.
Thursday Night Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Sunday Ride

I had all intentions of doing at least a 20 mile ride today. My legs didn't agree with that idea, so I cut it off at 11. Oh well,next time.
Sunday Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details

Friday, March 11, 2011

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Livestrong Signs Naming Rights For MLS Sporting Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kansas, March 8, 2011 (AFP) – Lance Armstrong’s foundation Livestrong has signed a naming rights deal for the new $200 million stadium of Major League Soccer’s Sporting Kansas City, the club said Tuesday.
The foundation will pay no money for its six-year branding of 18,500-seat Livestrong Sporting Park, which both groups hope will help Armstrong raise money.
Livestrong will receive a portion of all stadium revenue, including ticket sales and concessions for concerts as well as matches, which team president Robb Heineman said could add up to as much as $10 million over six years.
“Professional sports provide a powerful vehicle to affect positive change in the world,” Armstrong said. “Livestrong’s partnership with Sporting Club gives us an innovative opportunity to advance the cancer fight in this region and we are eager to get started.”
“Livestrong Sporting Park is more than just a stadium —it’s the first athletic venue in the world with a social change mission and offers an ideal arena to champion the cancer cause,” said Livestrong president Doug Ulman.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Saturday Afternoon Ride

It was a great day for a ride,mid 50's seemed like summer after all the cold temps we've had. I'm up to a little over 19 miles now and it feels pretty good. The last couple of miles I could feel my lower backside talking to me, but that's ok. That's when I know it's time to finish the ride.
Saturday Afternoon Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Tuesday After Work Ride

I got another ride in after work today and added 3 miles to my last ride. My back felt good again, now if I can just get my legs to feel stronger.
Tuesday After Work Ride by paulmnbw at Garmin Connect - Details