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Old 10-27-17, 05:12 PM
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I had a nice car-free day. Walked a couple miles across town and back to mail off a part to a fellow Forumite, then walked another couple miles to my local LBS to pick up the Somec, now with perfectly true rims. I then took off on a slow-ish feel-out ride on the Sammamish River trail down to Marymoor Park velodrome. This particular bike was perfect for the day; mid-60s, slight breeze, clear skies with the odd cloud. I'd almost forgotten how nice a slow, nowhere-to-be-anytime-soon bike ride could be.

What made today different is that instead of being kitted out for riding I was kitted out for the street in Bermuda shorts, a long-sleeved button-down shirt and Sperry Topsiders. I'd walked over to pick up my bike, remember. It has literally been a couple of decades since I've ridden in such a getup. My round trip was a shade under 25 miles.

I think I channeled @Lascauxcaveman today; as a result, my nether regions hurt much less at ride's end than expected

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I hopped on the first northbound train of the day to Poughkeepsie and arrived at 8:20AM ready to do some exploring on my Fuji Ace. I headed west over the Walkway Over the Hudson and headed toward New Paltz. I then rode a loop on a portion of the Shawangunk Wine Trail before heading back east across the Hudson then south to Cold Spring where I caught the return train to be home before 4. 89 miles in just under 5 1/2 hours of riding through gorgeous scenery with perfect weather on mostly quiet roads in addition to 13 miles to and from the train stations made for a nice century total for the day.

Poughkeepsie through Shawangunk Trail back to Cold Spring by irishbx4th, on Flickr

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Old 10-27-17, 08:23 PM
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Poughkeepsie through Shawangunk Trail back to Cold Spring by irishbx4th, on Flickr

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Nice pics - looks like you had a great ride!
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude
I had a nice car-free day. Walked a couple miles across town and back to mail off a part to a fellow Forumite, then walked another couple miles to my local LBS to pick up the Somec... in Bermuda shorts, a long-sleeved button-down shirt and Sperry Topsiders. I'd walked over to pick up my bike, remember. It has literally been a couple of decades since I've ridden in such a getup. My round trip was a shade under 25 miles.

I think I channeled @Lascauxcaveman today; as a result, my nether regions hurt much less at ride's end than expected

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Geez, if you can't ride 25 miles in street clothes, blame the saddle, not the kit

I'm gobsmacked you can WALK four miles on pavement in TOPSIDERS and not pull up lame, though. That's not doing to bad for an old guy.
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Casual ride around the reservoir Lake Williams

Two hour Fall ride around the lake. Some trees are still all green, some in color, some have dropped all leaves.
Cold storm front moving in from the Great Lakes, could watch the weather changing.
Funny how a bike ride always makes you feel better.
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Old 10-28-17, 02:08 PM
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Short run around the countryside to shake down the Faggin. Technically I'm happy, cosmetically, not so much.

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Originally Posted by non-fixie
Short run around the countryside to shake down the Faggin. Technically I'm happy, cosmetically, not so much.
From this distance, it looks great. People only see a blur as you go by anyway.
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Originally Posted by non-fixie
Short run around the countryside to shake down the Faggin. Technically I'm happy, cosmetically, not so much.
@non-fixie, looks pretty nice from where I am sitting. Great job with this one.

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Today was one of the few days that I actually had time for myself so I decided to go for a longish spin. Not much of a workout but the scenery was wonderful. It was a bit chilly 40F when I left but was a comfortable 55F by the time I got home.





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I went for a 30km, 400m elevation ride around Burnaby and Vancouver to Deer Lake (pictured), Burnaby Lake and Trout Lake. Most of these are glorified ponds. 1972 Raleigh Professional with newly fixed seat clamp.

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Beautiful shot with a beautiful bike, one of my favorites, have one and two ratty frames, the nicest one I have ever seen is on its way to me now. Glad you got the seatclamp squared away.


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I went for a 30km, 400m elevation ride around Burnaby and Vancouver to Deer Lake (pictured), Burnaby Lake and Trout Lake. Most of these are glorified ponds. 1972 Raleigh Professional with newly fixed seat clamp.

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Beautiful shot with a beautiful bike, one of my favorites, have one and two ratty frames, the nicest one I have ever seen is on its way to me now. Glad you got the seatclamp squared away.
Thanks. Did you get the one from Fairview? I was tempted as it is indeed pristine and the price was fair but I had this groupset on a 1979 Raleigh Competition GS for some time until I came across this frameset and moved the parts over. My frame isnt as pristine but it has the birdsmouth lugs. Overall very happy I was finally able to ride my grail bike.
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Thanks. Did you get the one from Fairview? I was tempted as it is indeed pristine and the price was fair but I had this groupset on a 1979 Raleigh Competition GS for some time until I came across this frameset and moved the parts over. My frame isnt as pristine but it has the birdsmouth lugs. Overall very happy I was finally able to ride my grail bike.
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Squeezed in a 15 mile loop around upper Manhattan. First stop, Swindler's Cove on the Harlem River. Formerly an illegal dump, it's been transformed into a sanctuary thanks to a generous donation from Bette Midler. The famous Circle Line sightseeing cruise went by as I was shooting:




Then west across the narrow upper end of the island to the Hudson River to head home. A bit south of the George Washington Bridge someone has created a fantasy land of balanced rock sculptures, which our friend @noglider sees every day he commutes:

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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
Geez, if you can't ride 25 miles in street clothes, blame the saddle, not the kit
Well, I don't know of any street clothes - shorts, anyway - that don't have a big ol' seam running right up the back. Plus, the extra material tended to bunch up around the insides of my thighs. I had to make running adjustments every few miles. I dare say it would've been the same on any of my saddles, honestly.

As for the ability to walk far in Topsiders, well, they've been my go-to off-bike shoe since the early 80s. I could prolly run a 5k in them

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@ascherer Lovely photos. I first noticed those formations a few weeks back and wondered how long it would be before human or natural interference would alter their appearance. I am pleased to see that it remains unmolested.
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71 miles, from Calverton VA to Warrenton, Brandy Station and Elk Run. This is the Rappahannock River at Kelly's Ford. There were Civil War battles at Brandy Station and Kelly's Ford.
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Originally Posted by ascherer
Then west across the narrow upper end of the island to the Hudson River to head home. A bit south of the George Washington Bridge someone has created a fantasy land of balanced rock sculptures, which our friend @noglider sees every day he commutes:

Wow, that's really cool. It actually looks as if the artist(s) were trying to echo the city skyline on the horizon. I wonder, if you were standing a bit to the left of where you were, if they might just line up perfectly. I really like the composition of this shot.


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There were signs on those cairns a few days ago explaining that no glue or anything held them together and that people should be careful and not let children near them. The signs are gone now for some reason. I wonder how many people build them. I also wonder how long the city will tolerate them.
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There were signs on those cairns a few days ago explaining that no glue or anything held them together and that people should be careful and not let children near them. The signs are gone now for some reason. I wonder how many people build them. I also wonder how long the city will tolerate them.
The signs were there yesterday, Tom. It was quite an attraction! Lots of folks, myself included, were taking pictures and admiring them. I hope they don't get vandalized. One of the signs read: "Smile! You're on camera!" I'm going to search for an online webcam of them.
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Thanks for the kind words, @CV-6 and @qcpmsame! It's not too bad, but the blue cable housing doesn't work as well as I hoped, and the black bar tape looks a bit dull, combined with the black lever hoods. I bought some yellow Benotto tape today. I hope that will complement the frame better.

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Well today I have no fancy pics to share. Drove across the valley to a straight, lonely stretch of road to continue dialing in the Prologue TT funny bike.



Grabbed this shot after finishing up.
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1972 Peugeot PX-10 out to the beach and back with a fair bit of headwind...seemingly both ways. 55.4km, 27.5km/h and 227m of elevation. Not my best but it was a nice way to spend Sunday afternoon.
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