I hadn’t ridden my bike for almost a week, so I was glad to be back on the road. I wasn’t sure which direction to go in so I went in two directions, first I rode west to Calabasas and then I came back to Woodland Hills and rode north to West Hills. I rode down Burbank Blvd., left on Valley Circle, right on Calabasas Road, but instead of heading straight and heading to Agoura Hills, I took a left on Parkway Calabasas and rode past the Calabasas Country Club. The view of the golf course was spectacular. I had quite a few uphill climbs until I reached The Oaks, a private gated community where a lot of celebrities live. Once I got there, I took a break and sat in the shade, wondering where I would go next. Then I got back on my bike and headed back to Woodland Hills. The ride downhill was a breeze, literally! The bike path was wide with hardly any traffic and I reached a maximum speed. I hadn’t realized how much I had climbed uphill until I rode downhill. When I got back to Woodland Hills, it was hot, but I felt confident to go further, so I decided to ride north up Fallbrook all the way to West Hills. I knew the temperature was climbing, but the ride to West Hills was straight and level. It was a good ride. The best part of my ride is when I get home and I check my stats. I rode 20.73 miles with an elevation of 835 ft. I average about 10 miles an hour and that sounds pretty good.