Cycle Days Challenge: February Edition

February: a cold warm month………
Embrace winter, ride your bike, that was my motto. I did pretty well, but February kind of got me down. I thought it would never end. Let’s hope March will bring some milder days for being out and about. Not that February was a cold month according to the weather statistics: 2020 was the second warmest February since weather records began in 1881. Still not that warm for riding a bike me thinks.

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I'm a US born ex-pat, having lived most of my adult life in Munich, Germany. Cycling and photography are my favorite things.

6 response to "Cycle Days Challenge: February Edition"

  1. By: The Navigator Posted: March 3, 2020

    Gorgeous pics as always. And 23 of 29 days is super impressive – you’d never know that Feb was a hard month for you to get out! Way to go. I’m really noticing the shorter days here now, so spring and sunshine and warmer weather is on its way!

  2. By: Scooter Posted: March 3, 2020

    Sorry to break the bad news to you Suzanne, but the worst is yet to come. April is the cruelest month, someone said.

  3. By: gregblood Posted: March 3, 2020

    Good work getting out there. I’m sure a new bike helps with the motivation. Congratulations on that new bike, by the way.

  4. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: March 3, 2020

    And just for good measure, February threw one more day at us.

    23/29 is a great percentage of days ridden. 80%!! Excellent!

    Enjoyed all the photos — especially ‘Sun after rain all morning’.

  5. By: Hopkins Escapades Posted: March 3, 2020

    I see your new bike is getting a taste of late winter snows. Good on you for getting out there and riding in that sort of weather. Idyllic scene with the snow coming down over the fields and your bike parked next to the fence. As always, very nice photography!

  6. By: Bill Stone Posted: March 4, 2020

    I bet it seems so cold because you always ride like a bat out of Hades, thus causing immensely frigid levels of wind chill! 😉

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