The Lambert was silent but deadly. The 52:17 gear ratio is a bit much for Southern New England hills but I figure it will just make me stronger but it's the 23c tires that were really impressive. I had them pumped to 90 psi and they just hummed along on the road. The bike is really fast and I was able to climb most hills seated.
Who has a conference call at 3:30 PM on a Friday? Someone on my team did but I was ready to pop smoke none-the-less as soon as the call was over. It was a surprise leaving the office because it was actually sprinkling out. I had to go back in and get a Fedex envelope for my laptop because I didn't want to take any chances getting it wet.
Now that it's warm out, it wouldn't be a good fixed gear commute without a beer stop at the Hawleyville Packy. An ice cold PBR Tall Boy to quench my thirst and prepare me of all the climbing the rest of the way home. I am a chicken shit when it comes riding such skinny rubber in dirt so my new route home takes me along the highway over to Tunnel Road and then on to Currituck. I might try riding down to the other end of Currituck and going that way next time. This bike is such a joy to ride