Yesterday my group did a brisk two-hour journey that went round Uvas Reservoir, headed out to the tip of Casa Loma Street and again, then on the return went round Chesbro Reservoir. This has some climbing however not too steep so I took my recumbent. I used to be in a position to sustain on the entrance simply advantageous within the flatter sections or shallow hills however was noticeably slower on the steeper climbs. On the way in which again there was a protracted part with a headwind, and it was enjoyable to display the aerodynamic benefit of the recumbent. This ended up being a three-hour journey for me since I rode to the beginning and took an extended route house after lunch.