Rode from my home to Greenbury Point Conservation Area today – round trip of about 21 miles. The trek included suburban roads leading to the B&A trail, then on to the wide shoulder of Rt. 450 – crossing over at the WWII Memorial and then weaving through a neighborhood to stay as safe as possible on my way. This type of biking adventure takes a focus on defensive road riding because there are instances where there is very little or no shoulder – and one needs to stop for cars and give them their space when necessary. This was a cool and sunny late morning ride and a great work-out.