Spring Time Dreams

Written by Boston Biker on Feb 11

I closed my eyes for a moment just now and was overcome by the feeling you get when you ride your bike at high speed through a warm summer night. That perfect wind through your hair feeling, that lighter than air nothing can stop you feeling, that cricket filled placid feeling. The kind of night that feels alive with possibility, bikes and adventure, sitting on the docks near the river, hill climbs and night races, of secret spots and hide and seek.

I can’t wait for that first nice summer night, I am going to ride every mile of Boston’s streets to celebrate the end to the cold weather.

I think I can only handle winter until Jan 31st, the month of February always destroys my love of snow and chill air. Every year as soon as March rolls around I start to feel better. How do the rest of you deal with the long dark winters?

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8 Responses to “Spring Time Dreams”

  1. By Marianna on Feb 11, 2011 | Reply

    Go on a vacation to Georgia in late February or early March – get a taste of the good stuff, and if you road trip it back, you see that spring is creeping up to DC and it can’t be too long till it gets here!

    I miss spring break frisbee tournaments!

  2. By jthandle on Feb 12, 2011 | Reply

    whiskey and four lights on the bike, not necessarily in that order.

  3. By Winifred on Feb 12, 2011 | Reply

    i take my bike in for its annual tune-up in February, telling myself that spring is only a few weeks away…

  4. By Cris on Feb 12, 2011 | Reply

    I hike in the Fells or go skiing or do something with the snow that is non adversarial. I also hate the humidity of deep summer and will personally prefer an extra day of crisp cold air now if it’s one less day of stanky sweatiness.

  5. By krautdawg on Feb 12, 2011 | Reply

    I continue biking as if it was 75 degrees plus, except that I am wearing 6 layers. 😛

  6. By cycler on Feb 13, 2011 | Reply

    Take a few days riding the T- That will re-ignite your love affair with the bike in a hurry!
    But yes, I am ready for it to be over…

  7. By jay on Feb 14, 2011 | Reply

    Imperial stouts, barleywines and belgian strons ales.

  8. By dotriderblog on Feb 14, 2011 | Reply

    It’s already easing up. If you were out today you’d be feeling better already. Check out the I bike to work blog for my low point…

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