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Hello There, Fall

In Miami we need external cues to mark the change of seasons. I personally use beers: once the seasonal selection changes at the store, I know we’ve moved on. It is now Autumn according to this calendar.

Which is awesome, because Fall is my favorite season of the year. Not that we get much a change in weather in Miami, mind you; it is still hot here, with daily temps in the upper-80s/low-90s. But the breeze has changed a bit, and as October rolls in we will see some cooler climates arrive (read: temps in the 70s).

That means bike season is here. While the northerners have been enjoying their Summer out on their bikes, we’ve had to deal with 100°+ days and daily summer storms; hardly the best outdoor weather. But with Fall arriving, more and more people will venture out on two wheels and that’s fantastic.

I know I’ve been remiss in riding my bike during the Summer months. I asked forgiveness of my bike and promised to take it out for rides a lot more from now on. You should too. Welcome to Autumn, bike season.

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  1. Tinker
    September 24, 2011 at 2:31 AM

    Here in Central Texas, today was below 90 degrees for the first time in 125 days. Just 88 today! So welcome to fall. We had a record 85 days of 100 degrees or more, and all sorts of daily records fell. Yes, it looks like tomorrow will be in the upper 90s but even a single break is encouraging!

    • September 24, 2011 at 8:55 PM

      Here the days are still hot as heck but the nights are cooling off ever so slightly. We take any little change as a small celebration!

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