Yes, feeling cooler is a sign of a heat injury. I had some experiences (not personally) while playing Army in 120+ degree heat. I'm glad cramping is all the heat amounted to, it was quite a hot day.Dave, I remember at Wyoming stop Randall came by sweating & repeating his mantra of hydrate-you said it seemed to be getting a little cooler & he said that can be a early warning sign-you seemed fine to me & we kinda laughed-maybe it was warning.
There was little chatter. The main interactions were when the back of 22 bikes was caught at a light or intersection or when a truck or car got in our line. It really lent to safety and absolutely nobody getting lost. Of course, the lead and the tail was the biggest reason the ride was so smooth and all of Randall's pre-ride work.Did you guys have success connecting all the Senas and Cardos together? I am just curious. I don't really plan to ever ride with a large group where everyone is connected. I enjoy my solitude while on a bike. When I'm on a trip with my dad I find it very handy and safe to be connected but we do very little chatter while riding.