In addition to the roads, there are also many miles of bike paths ( paved) and mountain bike trails (dirt).
Here's a few pics ....
Summit County Colorado is known mostly for skiing (my favorite !) , but bicycling isn't far behind. I'll be riding these same roads and trails on the Bike Friday this summer.
Thanks cpg and bhkyte for your comments and to everyone for tolerating my off-topic posts :)
Montezuma Road/ Snake River
just took a spin this morning in sunny california....
Gaviota Rail Bridge by What Photos Look Like, on Flickr
...and today, El Camino Cielo above Santa Barbara -- perhaps my most gorgeous ride ever!
El Camino Cielo by What Photos Look Like, on Flickr
A visit to the 7 Lakes of San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines.
extensively-reworked Jetstream XP has been busy playing in the dirt, as usual...
Most recently, it explored the Big Bend area of west Texas during the Chihuahuan Desert Bike Fest:
Last fall, it frolicked on some very lovely rocks in Colorado:
Earlier that year it got a little close to the edge during a ride atop the Palisades Cliffs in Washington:
The little critter seems to be always trying to interbreed with larger, non-folding brethren:
Sometimes it completely covers itself in filth and collapses, in an apparent attempt at camouflage:
Approximately once every two years, colorful appendages sprout to carry beer and baggage, tires slicken to suit a paved environment, and the creature transforms into a true beast of burden for a few days:
And very rarely, a photographic image is captured of a half-crazed human trying to tame the wild beast in its natural habitat:
So, my ongoing folding 20er wilderness adventures continue, many more of which are documented in colorful (and ad-free!) detail here for your enjoyment.
We went to Kyoto last week & took this photo. not so wild though. :)
Curve SL in Yokohama last week.
Today mostly-flat along Cupertino & Palo Alto & in to the Bay:
bjorke_IMG_2066 by What Photos Look Like, on Flickr
...and this one for Owen (nice shot, man!)
bjorke_ORIG2067 by What Photos Look Like, on Flickr
New work schedule tomorrow, may as well find somewhere close to home for a ride...
Untitled by What Photos Look Like, on Flickr
Lunch break run:
How do you guys post these nice, big photos? I can't seem to post any larger than a thumbnail.
Thanks in advance,
imageshack,us (the hoster usually gives you the option to make it smaller when you upload if you want). Something like 800 x 600 should be OK.
Once you have uploaded your pic the hoster shows you a page with a few internet addresses for your photo (usually it will show you variants for thumbnails and 'direct' full photo - you want 'direct'.) Copy the whole URL (in my pic above it was http://img716.imageshack.us/img716/1695/lunapic1365418713868471.jpg) and paste it into your post on the forum.
Then just add [img] directly before the address and [/img] directly after. It should look something like this:
- post pic to Flickr from phone
- go to Flickr page on web
- press "share" and copy BBCode for "medium 500"
- paste into bikeforums post
Here is my minivelo on the larkspur ferry this morning...
I'm on a boat by What Photos Look Like, on Flickr
Thank you, gentlemen, for your photo help! I'll give your suggestions a try.
another one of lil' sebastian in NYC - did the cycle loop around central park today for the first time and despite the hills, the downward slopes make it all worth it
On a train with the Soma today... (Bike Friday finally back from the shop!)
P1070945 by What Photos Look Like, on Flickr
Attachment 310766Taken at Dell Quay,west sussex UK.Most of the boats don`t move,and should really be concreted in for safety:lol:.
Nice timing Jur!
Took a Carryme for a ride along the waterfront today in Yokohama.