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    Fall temperatures are here!

    I think this is the first morning where it wasn't 80 degrees and 90% humidity at sunrise. At the end of my ride this morning it was 73 degrees and 50% humidity. Riding is soooo much better in good temperatures.

    The sun was lower this morning, too. Light and dark. Not all uniform lighting in the woods. Much nicer to look at.

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    What's your location? It's still too hot here in southern California

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    Fall temps in Central Texas arrive around late October.....
    However, looking forward to temps in the low to mid 90s in a few weeks.....

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    I'm ready for cooler weather and already enjoying the mid 70 temps
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    Quote Originally Posted by June Bug View Post
    Fall temps in Central Texas arrive around late October.....
    However, looking forward to temps in the low to mid 90s in a few weeks.....
    where?
    Don't live in fear. Be ready.

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    Naw, we had one more day of Summer here in Alaska today. It was epic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregon2wheels View Post
    I think this is the first morning where it wasn't 80 degrees and 90% humidity at sunrise. At the end of my ride this morning it was 73 degrees and 50% humidity. Riding is soooo much better in good temperatures.

    The sun was lower this morning, too. Light and dark. Not all uniform lighting in the woods. Much nicer to look at.
    I agree and.....I miss the summer but yesterday's ride was one of my best, amazing what cooler weather does for performance levels!

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    Only high 90's today, needs to be cooler.

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    They sure are here. 3 celcius this morning in my neck of the wood (that's 37F) , might reach 60F midday. Chilly AND I like it. Welcome to Quebec city!

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    It's been around 50 at night and 70 during the day, almost too chilly when I'm used to sweating like crazy. Great weather for running and mountain biking, but it's sad to see the amount of daylight rapidly diminishing.

    I usually save vacation for the fall so I can take half days or 2 hour blocks and go riding after work. While riding at night is okay, I love riding when I can see the colors and the sun filtering through the trees yet.

    The time of riding in the dark and cold with multiple layers will be here soon enough...

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    Woke up on the 30's today but will warm up later in the week, can't wait for the early snow rides and snowboarding.

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    Haha. Everyone is different (big surprise). I'm in the northern part of the Deep South (near Memphis). Temps are back in the 90s mid-week but some thunderstorms should cool everything off again.

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    It's the time of year when I go into denial and keep telling myself that it will get warm again. Pardon me while I go prepare a den in which to hibernate.

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