For a start, running against the wind is NOT the same as cycling against the wind. No way.
Secondly, hills are very different. The slow climb on a bike is not the same on your feet. You can slow right down on your feet, right down, taking the tiniest steps in the world, and short of a sudden bout of vertigo, or something a bit bappit, you'll not not fall over. Along with the short sharp 10% gradient which you could puff your way up in a bike, your lungs were burning but your thighs were fine, running your legs don't want to play any more and your lungs have decided to walk home themselves.
Thirdly, going through a muck patch, you'll only get your face in it if you've fallen, when you're on your feet, and you can step round it. On a bike, you're either going through it, with god knows what in your hair, or not at all (to whit it'll be the slow fall of shame, in park-and-woods crap).
I'm mostly on the bike for travelling. And I'm quite enjoying. The insomnia's a bit touch and go at the moment. I didn't do any exercise yesterday, (but did on Sunday) and didn't sleep well. I'm dozing off, but not fully falling asleep and waking up several times in the night. It's more to do with long days since the only thing that kept going round in my head last night was having two biscuits. One of them was broken giving me three sections of biscuit, I was debating the import of when to eat the unbroken one. Seriously. This is what keeps me up.
Still. We go to Greece next week and I'm trying to find a cycling tour in Athens. The one I found was full unfortunately. We've also planned a big trip leaving late July. Though I think that deserves a proper post.
Until then what holidays have you got/had going on this year, and what was your favourite part?