Or at least, a rest from running. It was far too glorious an evening to stay indoors, so I threw on a pair of cycling shorts that I inherited from Not Much Of A Runner several ‘athons ago and headed off to Richmond Park.
It was a rather lovely way to bring Juneathon to a close. It’s been an odd ‘athon from my point of view. I didn’t run every day, or exercise every day, or try to complete any particular challenge. I did blog every day, though any of you who have waded your way through thirty days of drivel may well be wishing me to hell, and I also started to travel by bike again, which has reinforced how much I miss working within active commuting distance.
One race, one parkrun, a couple of parkrun volunteers, some training runs, some cycle rides and the odd power hike. Oh, and more than two handfuls of lazy days.
Well done! Definitely a more successful month than me 🙂
You chalked up a pretty amazing ‘one race’! Well done on your excellent Juneathon and having the energy to blog about it.
Given that your ‘one race’ matched my entire month’s mileage I think you can claim a Juneathon win 😀
One race… hmmm. You did extremely well (I DID read all of them!) and I will see you at Janathon 2016!