From B to A

Today's lunch ride turned from a nice B group rollout on the reverse World's Course into a fast and furious A group towards the end. It was a great bunch composed of the usual suspects in the normal A group who decided to 'take it easy' plus a whole gaggle of folks I've never ridden with before. I've been working pretty hard this past week, and it was really great to get out and shake out my legs and alleviate some built up stress. I'm also racing this Saturday, so it was a good to see how my legs were feeling after last weekend's Tahoe 100 race. I'm feeling really good and punchy, especially good for tomorrow's Lake Sonoma Ricochet course. Not so much climbing, but a lot in the way of sprinting and short bursts of speed.