Wednesday, May 21, 2008
The CR1 is home and back in true road form. She'll get tons of use in the training ramp to the IM when I'm just grinding out the base miles as well as the competitive summer ride in Irmo on Thursday mornings with roadies. Hopefully I'll be able to knock off a few centuries on her with the roadie crew this summer also.
I received this email last week informing the cyclists that the installation of bike storage lockers had been approved:
Good news! The storage facility for the bikes has been approved. Tom and his group are expected to order it next week and the delivery time will be about 4 -6 weeks. In the meantime, I'll let you temporarily store your bikes in the wellness center in a back office somewhere. Please just give me a call about when you plan to start leaving your bike up here.
Jada L. Hubbard
Manager, Health and Wellness Programs
This may not be the best of news for the commuter bike, however. Part of the reason I built her up was to have a bike that I wouldn't mind storing outside on a bike rack. Now that we'll have bike lockers I'll be able to ride the CR1 to work. She's still useful for hauling lots of stuff on the panniers though. We'll just have to see what the future holds for her.
Posted by Nick at 9:15 AM