Aye, cut in through West Kilbride and then up then Glen road and down into Inverkip, cut back through WK and along the back road. I hate to admit it but I went the long way home as well to try to get to 80km, when I got home I was at 79.6 and decided it would be too sad to cycle 200m past my house and then turn round. Because I've never done that before neither I have
I rode in ever decreasing circles round my house the other week to push the ride above 50 miles.
strava sounds a bit like crack (for the middle aged)
It's nice to see yourself improving on the different segments - I prefer that than chasing the miles, but on the flip-side when you start going backwards it can be pretty disheartening. Recently, I've found myself thinking about wind direction and what segments I might be able to improve on, which is maybe missing the point a bit. I'm less adventurous as well - I'd rather go attack my regular segments than do some exploring, which isn't a good thing.