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Old 08-10-14, 11:06 AM
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Middle of nowhere, South Carolina this morning.

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Morning with Eddy

Spent the morning with Eddy, nice ride however need something bigger than 20 tires.



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We took the tandem out again today. Following my experience of last week we started early, about 10 after 8, okay it's early for us but maybe not for you. Rode straight through town into the more wooded 'burbs, ended up with 43.1 miles, Waltham to Carlisle.

Had a close encounter with another cyclist's defective bike on the way back. We were nearing Arlington Center on the Minuteman Bikeway (because it lets us avoid Waltham Main St) when an older couple (not as old as me perhaps) started up on their solo bikes going the opposite direction. The guy swerved into our side of the path, I hit the brakes hard, he did a quick near fall swerving back onto his side. The he called out to his S.O. "Wait, I have a problem!" His stem had come completely loose on the steering column, flopping around with the front wheel not following. Yeesh! We could have plowed into him with twice his mass. Or he could have started up and lost his teeth when his bike suddenly took a turn he didn't expect. How can that happen?? Fortunately no one was hurt and they probably decided not to ride further until the problem was resolved.
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View of downtown Boston from Peters Hill in Arnold Arboretum earlier today.



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A beautiful brown bike.
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Old 08-10-14, 05:50 PM
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It's been a while since I've posted, because it's been a while since I've been on a bike ride that wasn't utilitarian in nature. But today I rode about 22 miles, just down the road to Lake Samish, around the lake, and then back home.

















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My daughter and I rode the Lakefront bike trail today. Great weather. did about 18 miles.



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Richland, Washington; Sacegewea Trail. Was about 74 F at 5:45 am...I'm not used to such pleasant warmth. It'd be 20 degrees cooler on the coast.

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40 miles today for the first time in awhile as I try to figure out is this nerve is going to heal or if it will need to be removed. 90 degrees but rode strong despite going through 3 water bottles. Sorry about the cell phone pics.

Rode the blue Gitane and went Laurent Fignon (less the pony tail):



These irrigation canals are very valuable right now in fighting fires as the choppers with the water "buckets" are filling up all day long - sounds like a war zone over our house



One of those long straight roads that I get so impatient on



The geology professors on campus like bringing students out to this spot because of all the different visible layers of rock/sandstone/dirt/stuff . . . .

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On my way home from the Dairyland Dare, I stopped to do 35 miles along the Root River starting in Houston Minnesota. The trailhead is fantastic, even offering showers for the post ride cooldown. A great trail that I will ride more of very soon. Some pictures of the route, etc.






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On my way home from the Dairyland Dare, I stopped to do 35 miles along the Root River starting in Houston Minnesota. The trailhead is fantastic, even offering showers for the post ride cooldown. A great trail that I will ride more of very soon. Some pictures of the route, etc.






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Oh, btw, the Blufflands Trail system, including the Root River Trail, would make an incredible regional ride for C&V members.

Such a beautiful part of our state.

Their familes could attend as well. So much to see and do down there.

So would a Duluth-Grand Marais ride for that matter. It follows along the North Shore of Lake Superior all the way to Canada.

I've done both of these this summer and they are adventure packed.

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We do have a lot to choose from. A north shore ride is on my list.

I've also been contemplating a northern kettle moraine group ride..
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It's funny ... I've got newer bikes, but I seems to always reach for my 1991 Trek 970 for long weekend rides. This weekend I did a 75 miler, mostly on gravel and dirt trails along the SF Bay Trail.... Next time I'll carry a better a cam, but here's a couple of snaps.

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I'm wishing I lived closer to Minnesota so I could join you guys.

I rode my commute again today. Took the Masi. Had 8 hrs of work in between two great bike rides 16 miles each.
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Here's a couple of cell phone pix of the ride up to Hurricane Ridge with Drillium Dude yesterday. Starting out at sea level shot about a block east of the hotel on the waterfront trail.


Drillium Dude grinding his way up the hill on on a beautiful Colnago with way too tall gearing; a 24T cog as his "bailout." It was painful to watch, I would have been toast after a mile of that business. Already getting pretty hot at the halfway point.


Me, chillaxin' at the top. Enjoying the view
after nursing a victory Pepsi (No Coke! Pepsi!)


DD will no doubt be posting more pix of his own; he took some of the ride (and sailing, today) with a proper camera. Pretty good fun in the sun!




Vanity shot of the Lambert, in its current configuration. Weights and measures info: with this drivetrain (Alfine 8-speed hub, 18T cog, 172.5 crank, 700x28 tires) my lowest gear is is about 32 gear inches which is about the range I recommend for mere mortals who would attempt this climb. I'm sure I spent 95% of my time on the way up in that lowest gear Fully loaded, SAG wagon style, it was about 35lbs at the start, then closer to 30 at the top. (Water, lots of water.) Those tiny people standing on my rear wheel hopped up there after I hit the lodge at the top. I don't know what they saw under my saddle that was so amusing.
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I took my Celeste Proto out along my usual route on Sunday for a nice ride in the country. At one point as I coming down a hill to a T intersection I saw a rider on a MTB or Hybrid go by and I turned on the road I thought "why not?" and the chase was on! After about 3/4 -1 mile I almost had him, not that he was moving fast but I had a gap to close, however it was not be. As I started up a small rise just about to catch up I made a technical error and dropped to the small ring instead of climbing a few more gears on the FW. Alas I couldn't spin up fast enough and lost all my momentum. I almost had him again but then he made a right and was safe for another day.


I was having a great ride at around 25 miles just before stopping for water I had a blowout! First flat of season, not counting the ruptured case on Sat that limped home on. The total for the day was 44 miles and 1218 ft of elevation lost.



Yesterday I took the day off to enjoy one of my other fun hobbies and a few great hours at the range. I am no Annie Oakley but if they are standing still I should be able to hold my own against a few Zombies.





Looks I am in for a for a rainy day today so I'll have to turn to and get a few things done around the house.
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Did a 32 mile jaunt with a new-to-me group of 10-12 mostly retired riders in Potomac, MD yesterday morning. No pics, but the ride was nicely planned and managed, the riders were all around my speed/ability range, and the company was enjoyable. Surprised that I was the only one riding vintage steel (I had my '85 Merckx Corsa Extra), but there you have it.

Hadn't ridden much up in that part of MD but the roads were excellent- I'll be back!
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I'm wishing I lived closer to Minnesota so I could join you guys.
Ditto

I figure the only way to do it properly would be to ship one of my bikes to Grady and have him keep it for me. Then, when I want a ride with them I'd just have to jump on a plane!

Maybe next summer...

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Nice pics, Tim!

I'll be posting some from the Hurricane Ridge trip, too. I'm loading them to my Flickr right now

I will say it was an interesting 3-day visit over on the Olympic Peninsula, including a broken spoke, my first (semi-successful) attempt at wheel-truing and my failure to summit with just 2 miles remaining. Oh, well. I think I'd have made it, even on my limited gearing, if I'd done more out-of-the-saddle riding. I spent most of the climb seated, which is very unusual for me and by the finish my thighs just didn't have enough left. An occasional strange metallic ping (not pedal-related) when I stood up gave me pause to worry, so I'd sit back down immediately each time I heard it! After the broken spoke on our short ride the day before, I was kinda running scared, I admit.

The descent was fantastic! I stayed off the brakes the entire way down except while following a van for about a mile - they moved over for me at the first pullout they came to; nice. That was very, very cool. The surface of the climb is fantastic, so can't fault that at all - it instills a lot of confidence in high-speed descending.

Sailing and hanging out at Tim's mom's place on Crescent Lake on Monday. I learned to sail a bit for the first time - that was pretty fun. I head for Colorado this week but the following weekend I've already booked two more nights at Tim's Downtown Hotel at the end of the month for some hiking and perhaps more sailing. My entire stay was really awesome, so thanks a million to Tim who made it all happen. If you're local, you have to head out Port Angeles way and ride/hang with The Caveman

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After Drillium Dude hit the road back to Seattle, I took my MTB out for a ride on the Olympic Adventure Trail. It's pretty close to Lake Crescent, where we ended up on Monday.


Log Cabin Lodge is just down the road from the family lake place, then a few miles later you have the trailhead for the Olympic Adventure Trail.


It's all single track, and mostly like this:
If I was a mountain biker, I would say it has "nice flow." Not a lot of climbing or descending, so you can ride it really fast both ways to test your technical trail skills at top speed.

When you get up pretty high, you go through this old clearcut, where you can see all the way to Canada, eh?


Some pretty nice infrastructure, here. No need to get your wheels wet whilst fording streams.


About 20 miles of this and I'm ready for a dip in the lake, cocktails and din-din back at mummy's place.

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Awesome pics, but need to see more of that beautiful Grandis of yours.
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