I’m a century-er!

Just a quick one to say that I did my century ride on Sunday. It was unbelievably hot (105F/40C). I never knowingly turned down food. I had the best iced coffee of my entire life. But best of all, I felt flipping awesome from start to finish. No low points, no death zones!

My final time is kind of vague which I’ll go into more when I blog about it but I believe my average pace was about 12.4mph which I’ll totally take – and my final 30 miles were the fastest! I’ll write more in a day or so (Mondays and Tuesdays are busy here) but I did it!

Thanks for all the lovely messages on IG or Twitter or FB. I’m so grateful.

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I don’t feel any need to do it again 🙂

About Cathryn

I'm from Wiltshire, a beautiful rural county in the south of England. My husband, son and I moved to California in August 2010 with my husband's job, whilst I stay at home with The Dude, our gorgeous five year old son. I love running and cycling. I'm a Christian. I am finally learning to cook (about time too). I'm loving exploring this new part of the world and meeting its wonderful people.
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11 Responses to I’m a century-er!

  1. Yeah!!! Great job. 100 miles is crazy but I am glad it went well, can’t wait to hear more.

  2. Nic J says:

    1000/10 score for you – well done! I’m with you on the “probably won’t do one of those again” thoughts though…..

  3. Yeah!!! I can’t wait for the full recap. But, for now, just rest and relax. HUGE CONGRATS 🙂

  4. Amy says:

    Amazing! Congratulations!

  5. Angela says:

    CONGRATS!! Glad to hear there were no low points. Looking forward to reading more! 🙂

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