Battery Park in Baton Rouge. Perched atop one of the tallest climbs around here... about 25 feet.
lol love mean girls
"Your beauty is an aeroplane;
so high, my heart cannot bear the strain." -A.C. Jobim, Triste
From 12/29 Bike Forums Ride: http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...Back-Together!
68 miles and 6500 feet climbing, 2 local mountains. http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3817213
The Meet Up
Group Shot: The 1st bike on left and last bike on right are fixies.
I have a 50/34 compact and 10 gears on the rear cluster, so 44x17 all the way up Mt Diablo astounds me. (and beats me to the top)
One of the single speeds at the top of Mt. Diablo, the rider in the yellow vest on the far left.
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In Escendo Est Verum
TheRealFaux, love that pic. Cool on several levels.
last sunday ride 2013 with the crew at northern harbor
had a great photo session (actually, it's candid lol)
why should we stop when we don't have any brakes at all ?
its nice to be back in the desert after 10 weeks in middle of nowhere missouri. single digit temps are a thing of the past.
I'm so ready for triple digit temps...I'll take riding in 105+ weather over 60 and below any day. I love the heat.
Who cares what your bike weighs, just ride it!
What can I say, some like it hot!
Seriously though, when I lived in Michigan, I was wearing shorts and flip flops when it was above 50. My first year in Phoenix, I was in the pool in March, floating around in 70 degree water. Now, I won't even get in the pool until the water is above 85 degrees. It's weird, but your body changes when it gets used to 100 days over 100 degrees. Plus, our 105 is about the same as 80 with humidity anywhere else in the world.
100 degrees in new york is like riding around in hot soup, and for some reason i love it
ride bikes, eat food. the circle of life.
i'd rather ride 100mi in 110* temps (and i have several times) than 30mi in 20* weather.