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AlexTaylor 11-07-13 07:02 PM

Heading towards the Lauteret from Bourg d'Oisans

http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m...cduChambon.jpg


Macclesfield Forest

http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m...harityLane.jpg

kgoings 11-07-13 09:09 PM

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Pine Creek Road
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Lake Sabrina
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Sometimes you gotta go offroad to get somewhere cool :)
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PCH Tour
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I've got a lot more on my blog, for some reason I couldn't upload my Corsica photos http://dfishdesign.wordpress.com/201...rsica-preview/

Awesome pics! What did you use to take them??

dfisha 11-11-13 02:52 AM

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Originally Posted by kgoings (Post 16228787)
Awesome pics! What did you use to take them??

They are all from a GoPro Hero3 Black Edition mounted from my handlebars. Cropped and adjusted in Adobe Lightroom. It's nice because I don't have to stop riding, the video is good too but it just takes so much time to edit and process so I just end up taking photos unless it's really epic.

dfisha 11-11-13 02:57 AM

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petrolhead 11-11-13 01:08 PM

Papik, your tunnel photo is great! Looks like an upside down wine bottle in your cage? (:

SpeshulEd 11-11-13 09:51 PM

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Originally Posted by dfisha (Post 16236505)
They are all from a GoPro Hero3 Black Edition mounted from my handlebars. Cropped and adjusted in Adobe Lightroom. It's nice because I don't have to stop riding, the video is good too but it just takes so much time to edit and process so I just end up taking photos unless it's really epic.

What memory card are you using in your GoPro?

I went with the samsung card they suggest on their website and can't get it to record anything longer than 10 minutes. Well, it'll record, but the files will be corrupted. Saw where others have suggested the 32gb transcend card, which arrives tomorrow. Hopefully, I have some better luck. Either that or my GoPro is junk.

K1196A 11-12-13 01:45 PM

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Loobes 11-13-13 01:29 AM

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Some great photos on here.

Streatley, Reading UK - technically empty road behind.

http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=350521

Venturing Offroad at Dusk.
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=350523

noglider 11-13-13 10:58 AM

High Falls, NY, November of 2012.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-R...0/IMG_0333.JPG

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djudy 11-18-13 05:04 AM

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Here is some new pics.

noglider 11-18-13 08:15 AM

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Here is some new pics.

Those pics is real nice.

turkey9186 11-18-13 09:20 AM

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Low water crossing near Wimberly Texas.
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djudy 11-18-13 09:27 AM

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Originally Posted by noglider (Post 16255654)
Those pics is real nice.

Thanks. This thread is full of great pictures. I can't put a mark on best one.

rousseau 12-01-13 12:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Short Circuit (Post 16194113)
Not many big hills out here but there are some hilly sections along the river road around Cayuga to Caledonia.
What year did you go to Cayuga, Rousseau ? I graduated in 1982.

Mark

Post resurrect! Missed this at the time.

I went to Cayuga for just grade 9 in 1980-81, then moved to Hamilton for the rest of high school. So we walked the same halls for a year. I remember really enjoying the lunch-time intramural basketball games at Cayuga that year. Watching, I mean.

There are some awesome European photos in this thread. Keep'em coming. North America can't compare to Europe for gorgeous cycling vistas.

Sixty Fiver 12-01-13 01:00 PM

http://www.ravingbikefiend.com/bikep...road%20(1).JPG

djudy 12-02-13 05:25 AM

Yea , snow photos. I like probably because I don't see much snow around here.
Maybe once in three years.

DXchulo 12-16-13 11:17 AM

http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x...psa1d19ce5.jpg

395

Ice41000 12-17-13 04:15 AM

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Nice

djudy 12-20-13 05:35 AM

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Some empty road ahead ,some empty off road ahead :)

jsigone 12-20-13 09:14 AM

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5534/1...5f065eff_z.jpg
up up and away....err more ups by jsig1, on Flickr

zymphad 12-20-13 09:27 AM

I'm curious. I see beautiful pictures and videos of people biking on these winding, small roads. But the group or biker are riding right in the middle of the road. How do you do this without worrying about getting hit or annoying drivers? Don't you anger drivers for having a pack of bikers riding right in the middle of the road? Sorry, I don't race or joined a biking group yet, I solo ride and I always ride as close to the edge of the road as possible.

Also I'm jealous of all these clean, beautiful roads. Here in MA, the trees, foliage etc are great, but the roads are a mess. I'm thinking if my wheels give out before a year, I'll buy a steel CX frame and switch over my components to deal with the terrible roads.

Dan333SP 12-20-13 09:34 AM

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Originally Posted by zymphad (Post 16345820)
I'm curious. I see beautiful pictures and videos of people biking on these winding, small roads. But the group or biker are riding right in the middle of the road. How do you do this without worrying about getting hit or annoying drivers? Don't you anger drivers for having a pack of bikers riding right in the middle of the road? Sorry, I don't race or joined a biking group yet, I solo ride and I always ride as close to the edge of the road as possible.

Also I'm jealous of all these clean, beautiful roads. Here in MA, the trees, foliage etc are great, but the roads are a mess. I'm thinking if my wheels give out before a year, I'll buy a steel CX frame and switch over my components to deal with the terrible roads.

If you're on a road that is sparsely trafficked, you can confidently ride wherever you want until you hear a car coming or see headlights, then you can move onto the right shoulder. If you ride a route enough, you learn traffic patterns and know when it's safe to do so.

DXchulo 12-22-13 02:29 AM

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Carson City

jdeane4 12-22-13 09:49 AM

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This was taken yesterday. Rode out from my LBS in Maryville, TN towards the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. 74 degrees and lots of wind! Luckily, I missed the rain.
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Issaquatch 12-26-13 10:52 PM

North Bend, WA

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