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@@ -16,9 +16,9 @@ Mid winter sneaks up and life begins to change. One of the more notable changes
Late winter might best be described as having a splinter that is so deep you can't remove it. There's a moment, when on a ride the wind will cut through my layers and chill me to the bone. From this point on logic and reason are dismissed from the wardrobe selection process and instead I just wear every piece of warm clothing I own, because, well, it's cold and dark out. At this point, the temperature that in "Early Winter" didn't even warrant a long sleeve jersey now deserves a thermal jacket and tights.
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Usually in late winter I can also feel the drain of the winter bike commute mentally as my decision making on and off the bike diminish. Just last week I was riding to the office on a cold morning after a snow storm, and instead of riding the snow bike (the obvious bike to ride) I convinced myself that the road bike was adequate for the road conditions. I made it out the snow covered driveway, and down the snow packed alley to the ice skating rink that is called "the street" and within 100ft I was reminded of why I wear a helmet. *Special note: there's nothing like sliding down an icy street on your backside to start your day off right!*

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