Yesterday, while in Langley, I went for a ride. I was planning on 3 hours, and I wasn’t planning on any distance. The terrain in Langley isn’t like home. Very flat with rolling hills and straight, very straight. This meant I kept my average speed up.
My route took me along the border to the US. At one point there was a tiny 3 foot wide ditch and then another road with a 36 mph sign on it 🙂 Kinda weird to think how close I was to another country, and how easily one could cross there if they wanted.
My route was an out and back, and on my return trip I saw evidence of a beaver. A bunch of trees had been felled by a beaver, and one of the trees had taken out a fence. On the other side of the road was a large pond, and that was when I noticed the lodge in the middle of the pond. Very cool Too bad I didn’t see the actual beaver though. Further down the road was a family of geese, two adults and eight goslings.
View Tour de Victoria, April 22, 2011 in a larger map
Total Distance: 77.86 km (48.4 mi)
Total Time: 3:00:44
Moving Time: 2:57:30
Average Speed: 25.85 km/h (16.1 mi/h)
Average Moving Speed: 26.32 km/h (16.4 mi/h)
Max Speed: 55.02 km/h (34.2 mi/h)
Min Elevation: -3 m (-9 ft)
Max Elevation: 92 m (302 ft)
Elevation Gain: 528 m (1732 ft)
Max Grade: 9 %
Min Grade: -7 %