Fantastic ride photos, gentlemen!
holiday76= Rivendell-esque photorapher.
20 minutes ago.
Now the sun is shining... nothing like Alberta in the springtime.
It's been a while since I read this thread. There's some spectacular stuff! holiday76, I'm happy for you. I hope one day I'll in a place that offers such good cycling.
I'm spending a few days in Ulster County, NY. My wife took a ride along some lovely country roads today. Sorry I didn't take pictures.
Jan, your camping trip pictures are astonishing. And please don't tell me that video is a ride you did. Whoever rides those cliffs like that is insane. I was literally yelling while watching the video.
Class 4 riding...You fall you die!Quote:
Originally Posted by jan nikolajsen;
Had a good ride yesterday:
Great Vid BTW!
Winter storm warning, 5+ inches and counting. No C&V's going outside today.
Florida, Grey, Cool, and WINDY, my son and I took our C & V for a little 9 mile ride to the St Pete Pier and back. 86 Team Fuji, 88 Bridgestone 550
Brain clearing, 3 1/2 hour ride last thusday. Will repeat this thursday. The Anna (river in pic) is running high. Makes me wanna run some rivers this spring. This was my only stop on the ride, just to look at the river.
Fantastic photo, worthy of desktop-ing. Would love a high res version to peruse. My younger stepson is saving up his money for one of these Surlys.
There has been some great entries, Spring must be early in other parts of the country.
One of my favorite threads. Especially now, my family and I have been sidelined with a strange respiratory ailment. Been ill for 2 weeks now. I've missed out on a lot of riding. :(
Posts here sure help keep the spirits up.
By the bay (again)
From yesterday's ride on Cape Cod:
riding from Victoria to Salt spring Island.
Man you and your son are getting in some great rides to great places. Very jealous.
Around here I got the big Chicken as my scenic ride.
Ahhhhh, smell the salt air....wait a minute, won't that corrode the bikes?!?! THAT must be why every old bike I get needs work! VERY windy, coming off The Pier, we had the wind at our backs and were doing 30 mph! (and watching for cops, the limit there is 15 mph!!!)
Have started a little project to copy over 60 years of photos into a digital database and it got me to thinking how easy we have things now when you can point and shoot and then plug your camera into your computer and get great images that can be copied and shared endlessly.
The weather here has not changed much since I was 3... I am sure my mom probably made my jacket from hand me downs and that even the small cost of processing photos put a strain on her... but she sure took a lot of them anyways.
The wicker beach bike.