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Old 01-24-17, 05:54 PM
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The rains finally broke, so I got out for a quick 20-miler in the hills above Berkeley on my Merlin. Glorious day.







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Just a standard lunchtime ride through some residential west end neighborhoods, looking for some hills to get my legs back after more than a month of freezy weather. Forty degrees feels plenty warm, now.

I kept riding past interesting cars and trucks, so I shot some pics.

Couple hippie buses, small and large:


Really pretty mid-60s GMC half ton owned by my insurance agent:


Another VW with some folk art adornment:


1969(?) Buick LeSabre convertible. Almost certainly available if someone is looking for a project with a decent body and an interior that resembles a swamp. No for sale sign, but it has a towing tag on dated for 1 Feb 2017. Let me know if you'd like me to leave a note on your behalf. Act fast


And a '55 pickup that finally got me thinking about a new contest thread idea: Vintage Bike + Vintage Car


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Old 01-25-17, 06:46 PM
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^Some great vehicles!

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Got out for a hilly ~35 miles or so. Weather was nice, with pretty clouds, good visibility and temps in the low 50s.








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Foothills & farms:


Forgotten bridge.










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Great shots @HamboneSlim!
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Love this bar tape. What brand is it?
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@plonz, Thanks. It's fizik microtex, but then I hand sticked leather cord (from JoAnn's Fabric) into it. Gives a nice texture, but have to admit it took quite a bit longer than I expected. The holes are already there so it's not difficult, just time-consuming (maybe close to 1.5 hours each side if you aren't quick with a needle).

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Originally Posted by gaucho777
@plonz, Thanks. It's fizik microtex, but then I hand sticked leather cord (from JoAnn's Fabric) into it. Gives a nice texture, but have to admit I took quite a bit longer than I expected. The holes are already there so it's not difficult, just time-consuming (maybe close to 1.5 hours each side if you aren't quick with a needle).
Wow, that's what I call personalizing your ride. I do like it but I don't see myself copying it any time soon. Well done
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@HamboneSlim, I always enjoy your pictures. Too bad Speedy didn't have an austere looking farmhouse out in that mowed field to be the focal point in the middle distance.

Here's the New Elwha Bridge, which I like to shoot as the finest single piece of cycling infrastructure locally. Sure, we got bike lanes, and the Olympic Discovery Trail is expanding nicely to the coast. But the first time I pedaled out to this bridge with its dedicated bike/hike lane below the main roadbed, I finally understood how serious the local cycling advocates, county planners and tourism promoters were about making the ODT into world-class pathway. I've ridden every inch of what they've completed so far; it's going to be a helluva trail when finished.

Anyway, one of my favorite lunchtime rides, out to the bridge and back mostly on dedicated MUP; or throwing in a loop up to the highway if I have more time. If you come out and visit, I'll ride out with you this way unless we're doing something more ambitious like Hurricane Ridge

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Old 01-27-17, 08:58 PM
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Brifters on a caveman bike, UNHEARDOF. I thought.
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Mid 50's with a slight breeze. New chain, cassette, and bottom bracket...spinning nicely.


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It's flat and not scenic, but for the next week or so the weather is better in Pine Bluff AR than Seattle. The backroads are pretty empty too. I haven't visited the South for some decades but rural poverty is really quite 'in your face' here.
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Originally Posted by Wildwood
Brifters on a caveman bike, UNHEARDOF. I thought.
Where've you been, man? I've been totes seduced by the Dark Side. I've even got a pair of 105 8-speed brifters sitting in a plastic bucket on my filthy shop floor, and I can't even remember where they came from. Bwaahhahahaha! Or maybe i'm just ready to take that big step forward into the 1990s.

(Honestly, I thought you'd be more shocked by the presence of a padded saddle)
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Nice weather yesterday so I got out for only the 2nd time this year.
Did 60 miles in the upper and lower valley.
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. (Honestly, I thought you'd be more shocked by the presence of a padded saddle)
In all honesty, i was shocked by that little purple Raleigh. With the saddle appearing to be forward, i was afraid you might have shrunk some.

Mine are coming in the door these days as 59cm, not 62s.
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This was a week ago, in Palm Springs, CA. Flew out there to ride in the Tour de Palm Springs. Lousy weather, although Saturday wasn't too bad. Roads closed, routes changed, much confusion.


Pre-dawn. I had to walk up to the registration booth to get my number, since due to bad weather I didn't get in to Palm Springs until 11 pm...and that was after driving in from Phoenix because the flight had to turn around and got canceled. Neat to walk around before the sun came up, though.





Sun was coming up as I got back to my hotel. Temps still in the 40's and some rain was forecast.





But eventually made it to the finish. Not sure how many miles I actually rode (battery in my bike computer crapped out on me), but due to the route changes it wasn't a full century.


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This past Thursday, weather cooperated and I got out the Pelizzoli for a nice 32 mile jaunt down to Occoquan.


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25 miles today in about 25 degree weather. The noticeable northwest winds made for a fitting trip to the St Paul Winter Carnival to see King Boreas make the rounds. Pics of some of the ice sculptures taking shape, and also a couple stops along the river and up in mounds park.
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Man, you guys are hard to keep up with! Great rides, great pics, greats bikes!

We took this (1982 Peugeot TH8)



out into the cold for 38.4 miles today. Or was it 37.8 miles? I've been hitting the Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA, sorry.

Temperatures in the upper 30's, stiff west wind, occasional flow snurries, I mean snow flurries. Rode a few miles on the all-dirt, mostly single-track Reformatory Branch Rail Trail. Never ridden it before, was fun to attempt on the tandem.

My sweetie bundled up for cold lunch on the Minuteman Bikeway

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I had to chuckle at your post, Jim. Thanks :-)
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
Man, you guys are hard to keep up with! Great rides, great pics, greats bikes!

We took this (1982 Peugeot TH8)



out into the cold for 38.4 miles today. Or was it 37.8 miles? I've been hitting the Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA, sorry.

Temperatures in the upper 30's, stiff west wind, occasional flow snurries, I mean snow flurries. Rode a few miles on the all-dirt, mostly single-track Reformatory Branch Rail Trail. Never ridden it before, was fun to attempt on the tandem.

My sweetie bundled up for cold lunch on the Minuteman Bikeway

Try the 120 minute IPA. You won't even remember that you rode.
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I rode with 399 of my closest friends today in Occidental, Calif on an annual ride/race called "Old Caz" so named because it traverses the mostly-dirt Old Cazadero Rd into the hamlet of Cazadero. (It's part of the Grasshopper Adventure Series for any of you who want to look it up.) The picture above is taken from my chosen starting position looking back at the 100 or so people lined up behind me. The etiquette in these races is that the Pros start in the front and the rest of us self-select our starting position according to how we perceive our own ability. 3/4 of the way back was about right for me.

The 52 miles are about 2/3 paved and 1/3 dirt... well, more accurately "mud" this year.



As you can see from the photo above the promoters thought of everything, even a free bike wash half way through the ride. The water was about knee high at its deepest point but flowing pretty briskly.



My bike and I both had a fine muddy time. I ran 32mm slick tires. 35mm file treads would have eliminated most of the exhilarating sideways travel in the muddier downhill corners and provided a little better traction on the steep uphill bits.

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I love that route Brent. What did the trails look like after all of those riders? I know that Willow is posted "Closed to cyclists" sometimes when it gets too muddy so that the trails do not get rutted.

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@obrentharris Yeah, fording streams, that's pretty badass for a bike ride. Keep your shoes on, or wade barefoot, then dry 'em up before continuing? The guys in the pic seem to have mixed opinions about it.

They should think about adding a leg where you scale a bluff with the bike strapped to your back.
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I love this thread. It is nice to see that so many others have been out riding during the winter too. I had Saturday morning free so I went out on a 75 mile windy, pot hole laden four Borough ride on my R600. I stopped for breakfast in Red Hook, BK at around 8ish, wolfed down two sandwiches and a coffee and continued on to make it home by noon. In hindsight I would have ridden a different bike. In some areas the potholes were just plain jarring especially riding aluminum with 25c tires. All in all a great morning for a nice ride.


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