That’s how I picture hills going …
Now for day two predictions for what I’ll be thinking at various mile-markers …
Mile 1 – Oh gosh I am in pain. My sad, sad tushy.
Mile 2- Maybe I should’ve listened to those people who told me I should buy butt cream … but could I ever really buy that?
Mile 7 – Ok. Feeling better. A bit warmed up.
Mile 13 (for this I’ll assume Rainbow Speak and I will be stupid and do the hillier, more challenging ride) – AHHHHHHH!
Mile 14 – Ow ow ow ow ow ow ow.
Mile 14.2 – AHHHHHHHHHH!
Mile 14.3 – Ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow.
Mile 20 – What’s the perfect song to play when all you want to do is lay down, curl up in a ball, cry a little … oh and eat ice cream.
Mile 21 – Oh, duh, THIS SONG.
Mile 30 – I’ve biked over 100 miles! Holy cow! That’s … well … I don’t know what that is. Weird, I guess.
Mile 37 – Could I be any whiter? My name is Brad. I am biking a crapton of miles. I’m wearing a brightly colored jersey and I’ve said “neat!” at least ten times today.
Mile 44 – About thirty miles to go … come onnnnnnn.
Mile 51 – Oh man I am going to sleep so well on the bus ride home.
Mile 52 – Huh. Maybe I should’ve bought a nicer bike.
Mile 59 – Wait how did that child just pass me! That is upsetting. You’re two feet tall! You should be home playing video games you little jerk.
Mile 67 – Hi everyone, this is your captain speaking … on your left you can see some stupid trees and on your right some more hated trees. Oh and have I mentioned I’m SICK OF THIS.
Mile 71 – Is that some of downtown Austin or did a really cool shaped bug just die on my shades?
Mile 75 – Ooh that chick is hot.
Mile 77 – Well well well … I did it … Now someone please just take me to my couch.