From what I hear, installing the beta is going to kill my phone at some point, so I think I’ll wait until the consensus is that it’s a bit more stable.
Love what I’ve seen so far, and can’t wait to see it mature. Newborns aren’t always the prettiest…
Shame about the glass though. I prefer transparent aluminium myself.
The last time I did a commute it was 12.6mph average, after a couple of sportives and the spur of Strava, it’s 15.5.
So that works then.
55 miles in total today and wasn’t in agony when I got back. I really love my new rear cassette…
Cairngorm Classic 50 | Lucky 13
That was great fun. I’ve no idea about placing or anything, but after the Bethany ride a fortnight ago I was really wary of putting my back out again (I’m sure professional athletes say that sort of thing all the time) so I just wanted to do the much shorter 50 mile run.
It meant I got the silly climb in at the end, got to see a lot of great scenery and was under no pressure at all to go too fast, which really shouldn’t be the point but this one was just about getting round without incident.
I saw a few people bale out on the last climb, and I’m pretty sure I would have too if I didn’t have the new 12 27 cassette. Only thing to do now for climbing is to lose a lot more weight, which may mean running and/or an actual diet.
So, for the record, the stats are on Strava, and I did 49 miles.
And I definitely want todo that again next year.
distance 45.6mi and climb of 3,470ft
found a few hills. new 12 27 took away some of the pain. still bailed on the bad one. happy enough to sign up for mountains on saturday.
Well, that’s torn it… I might stop posting my times here, but think I’ll still long the miles.
Now my times are being posted to my mates.. it’s amazing how you suddenly find that extra 1mph isn’t it?
Elapsed Time 00:55:43
Max Speed 52.3mi/h
Avg Speed 15.3mi/h
That top speed is wrong though, it was 36.5 on a downhill. Lovely night, and I just wanted to recover from the weekend.
Next up, I’ve got a day off next week, a new 12 27 cassette to fit, and the possibility of another sportive in among the mountains next weekend.
Am rather excited…
After a deluge of predictions, backlashes to predictions and podcasts about predictions, our long dark winter of Apple-less proclamations is nearly over.
The new WWDC app makes me think Apple does understand that WWDC is too small for demand, but by keeping numbers at an optimum level for the conference itself, it has come up with what looks like a neat solution.
If the servers hold up.
Otherwise, I’m really excited by the look of the app and what it might mean for standard UI, and who doesn’t like thin fonts?