I am SO envious of the places you people get to ride. I need to start traveling with my bike.
best i can do is cross bay blvd on easter sunday. nyc doesn't get many empty roads ahead. i was off on the bike path, but the road was in the same condition.
A typical New Hampshire back road, cracks n' all.
Isla Mujeres not bike friendly ... 100 deg F out too
You should have put "not safe for work" in the thread title. These pics are too good.
Some other nice photos by another cyclist here: http://www.worldtravellers.dk/wordpress/?p=1757
From the bottom, in winter:
Empty road behind, Gaspé peninsula, Quebec:
Lower North Shore of St-Lawrence river:
Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia:
Newfoundland's west coast:
Lower North Shore of St-Lawrence river near Labrador:
I love this descent, even though it's almost killed me once or twice.
Eastern Texas near the smallish town of Crockett. My in-laws live there and my wife and I ride around there during the summers.
A couple shots leading us into Meyersdale, PA. The skies were angry, but forgiving as it only rained for about 5 minutes of this ride.
Not quite the lonely road, but it's all I got for now.
There's one good thing about going to school in the middle of nowhere:
Excuse the poor cell phone quality.
Del Dios this morning....looking East
Twin Oaks looking North...a couple of weeks ago:
You guys are posting some really amazing pictures. It's cool to see where people ride.
I opened up a photobucket account just for this thread. I'm loving these pictures so far, so I thought I would share mine.
This is towards the end of the St. Louis Riverfront trail. I'm guessing that this bridge used to be a RR track, but now its a cycling/foot traffic trail. There are a few touristy educational things along the way, but its pretty sweet to cross the Mississippi on my bike :)