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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Ruffles, May 3, 2012.
Thanks for the intel Banshee.
That's today ..as in August right?
Hard to even find the trails around here now .. without the leaf blower.
A place called Alderferer/3-Sisters park. 1st dirt ride since blowing my back up...
This morning. 28* and 16mph winds.
Wow ... I salute your love of the sport.
Good on ya.
Sycamore Grove Park in Livermore. Mostly easy fire road but my wifes bad knee can handle it. She rode her brand new Trek Hybrid for the ride. It was good to be out there with her
First snow ride this season was real nice. For being too lazy to locate my winter shoes ...my toes deduct 10 pts.
Rode Deer Crik Canyon yesterday. Post-back-blowup ride #2.
45mile mtb ride on my SS today, road century planned for tomorrow.
In my living room. Spun for 45 minutes while watching the football game.
At least I got out for real yesterday with CrabJoe. It was cold and slick.
Got trail bit yesterday - trip to the urgent care center and all.
Nothin a little tussin won't fix.
You skill-less hack.
Hydrocodone, antibiotics, & Scotch.
This - especially when I look at my helmet cam footage.
Mild December continues...
Cool shot B ... We rode all winter in NE last year. Maybe a repeat??
February miles. Looking better than January. ^^^
I rode Thursday, Friday and Saturday out on the West Coast. Rode DH all day Saturday and then went snowboarding that night.
Nope. Out in the valley. Bear Mountain and Vedder.
nice. Ridden Bear once. I crashed my WRX on the way home. Fvck that place.
More road bikes still.
The Vergennes waterworks, pulling a Bob on wet ice, trail maintenance.
Lake del Valle
Bootleg Canyon, NV this weekend. Love this place. A local bike shop runs a shuttle.
Stepped up my game this weekend:
Same spot as always it seems, different bike
Monte Sano State Park, Huntsville, AL. It was awesome!!!
Lots more road bikes. Snow is still too deep in the woods.
Bit of inspiration for me.
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Buddha say "just ride gaylord, leave pretty photo to expert"
^ classic rig
Rode some local trails that I didn't know existed and are only about a mile from my house. Apparently they are city property but are totally unmarked with no trail head. Most people seem to use them for running/hiking but we did see a good amount of bike tracks. They are fairly easy with a few technical parts but I feel that we'll be riding those a lot more this summer. Unfortunately our ride was cut a little short by some technical difficulties...
(My buddies bike, not mine)
I feel bad, I just rode around the neighborhood for two hours. Build up stamina before I hit the state parks.
Flat Creek Crossing today:
Now, sirs, it is a beautiful sunny afternoon and the temps are in the mid 70's so I am heading to the shack for an ice cold IPA.