Friday Morning Cycle: Wrong Timing

Tampines – Pasir Ris Park

9.29 km

34m 35s

16.11 km/hr

Mapmyrun: http://www.mapmyrun.com/route/sg/singapore/476126836139923110

Sportypal: http://www.sportypal.com/Workouts/Details/183529

Notes:

What a beautiful Friday morning!

After countless days and nights of stifling heat, the cool respite offered by the rain for the past couple of days presents a good opportunity to ride my bicycle again.

I initially planned to cycle three rounds around Pasir Ris Park but as I cycled along the Park Connector linking Tampines Town and Pasir Ris Park, I realised that my idea may not materialise at all. Packed along the route were students from my old junior college, who were heading in the same direction as me towards Pasir Ris Park.

And as I entered the park, I then discovered a cross-country race of a secondary school was in progress. I then decided then that this was not a good condition to do my training as my speed would be very slow due to the countless students taking up both the running and bicycle lanes.

So before I returned home, I cycled one last time around the park and realised that there were like four or five different schools ranging from the primary level to the junior college, holding their last sports event there, before the students went for their term break next week.

As I made my way home, I thought to myself how fun it is, to be young all over again.

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About Mechattax

A fat guy who wants to exercise and keep fit so that he will be healthy and combat the impending danger of diabetes that is hereditary. View all posts by Mechattax

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