Old 11-06-19, 08:38 AM
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Autumn hasn't been that much to look at here; it was too dry and hot in September, and too wet in October, for much fall color.

That said, I found a corner where the oaks and maples both managed some brilliance. It's not a mountainside, but it's a roadside of fall!

Originally Posted by noglider View Post
It's almost completely cloud-covered, and my GPS tracks have me hitting impossible peak speeds. I hit 36 mph (impossible) at one point and even 50 mph. And to "achieve" that, ridewithgps thinks I slowed to very slow speeds before and after those peaks.
Sounds like your urban canyons are interfering with the GPS signal, right? The easy prescription would be to fall back to a traditional wired or wireless speedometer/cyclocomputer. But if you're as gadget-happy as I get sometimes, maybe it's time to add a speed sensor!
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