Thursday night intervals had a different tone. Those of us who have been with Village for a long time took control of the group last night before the ride. We chose to honor Jason and his family by observing a cycling tradition of the silent lap.
We rode out to the shop as one group to the interval grounds. Once there we formed a large group of 85 riders and for two laps nobody said a word. It was a peaceful ride. All you could hear was the buzz of various groupos. Many of the folks went on to say it was very therapeutic.
A fitting salute to a fallen soul.