A friend flew in from Edmonton and wanted to meet up so I recommended the Cannon. He's quite a coffee connoisseur and gave their pour-over-style the thumbs up. I wish I had taken a shot of our breakfast sandwiches - they were pretty decadent as well.
I got the GoPro rolling for the ride home and went a bit out of my way to have some fun. Not too many days like this left.
If I was trying to make time I would have headed south right away, instead I headed east to the Red Hill expressway and it's parallel gravel path.
At times, the highway isn't very far away (immediately to my left in the photo below).
Then back into traffic once I hit Queenston, and from there, Highway #8 and home. This fellow came close and his mirror even closer!
Whereas this bus driver left his rightful lane in order to give me space. Thanks HSR!
The new bike lanes on Highway #8 are nice. Let's see if they keep them plowed in the winter.
Overall observations. It's now officially cold on the hands in the morning and not much better by noon. The Kenda Small-Block 8's needed a bit more pressure today but should (as always) prove excellent once the weather really turns. My brake hoods are beginning to feel like they stretch me out a bit too far so I might need to look for an alternative, shallow, handlebar that can get them in a bit closer.
I'm also beginning to think that I should look into a 58" frame. Wondering if the 60" is too much for me. Perhaps that's part of the issue.