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Old 06-05-18, 01:49 PM
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I took the Clockwork which I am trying to ride exclusively this year.
That's a sweet ride!
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50 miles in Virginia horse country with Gary, my regular local riding buddy. Temps in the 70's, not humid, gorgeous scenic views.
The Merckx performed flawlessly, as usual. It's the bike in my collection that has been around the longest!
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Wildwood, that AD of yours is such a nice riding bike..

Yesterday, I rode from my house up to the pass for some lunch. The Snoqualmie Valley Trail borders my neighborhood.
I turn onto it and for the next 30 miles or so it's all gravel. This is the view I see less than a mile from my house.

My gateway to the pass by NBend, on Flickr

Nearing the Hyak Tunnel, I glance over my shoulder and take in the view of Interstate 90 winding it's way up to Snoqualmie Pass. The Alpental Ski area on Denny Mountain is the prominent peak on the left. It is where I learned to ski and every time I see it, it brings back many fond memories. I smile, turn on my headlight and enter underground..

Denny Mtn and I90 by NBend, on Flickr

Emerging after riding 2 miles at Hyak on the eastern side of the pass. All the snow is gone since the last time I was here..

Hyak tunnel by NBend, on Flickr

There is a little stand at the gas station across the street from the brewery at the Summit of Snoqualmie Pass. I order a curry bowl and take it over to the brewery for a sit down Lunch

Lunch at the Pass by NBend, on Flickr

I ride back home via the same route until I get close to Rattlesnake Lake. I take a shortcut thru the woods and enjoy a little single track before re-connecting with the Rail Trail that takes me home

A shortcut through the woods by NBend, on Flickr
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Another 42 miles in the Virginia countryside. All of the streams and creeks are super full and muddy from all of the runoff:

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Fly Fishermen coming out of the woodwork (so to speak)

Must be opening day of Fly Fishing season in western Washington state, USA.
Same bike as yesterday, same section of river = yesterday 0, today 3+ at every accessible river bend.

More fringe-ey than cycling. Looks like practice.

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Had a nice ride down to Fremont, then turned around and went to Redmond - all on the Burke Gilman and Sammamish River Trails. Yesterday, that is. Today I'm finishing up my last final before summer







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Originally Posted by Rotten
Wish I had the scenery around here that some of the rest of you have. But I am getting better miles on the weekend now.

Last weekend from my house to the nearest town aboard my trusty 84 World Sport.


Today I decided to get off the flats and into the rolling hills south of town. Kind of a training run as a build up for a century ride later this year.
28.23 miles in just over 2 hours averaging 13.92 mph on my Passage. A couple of years ago this ride would have killed me but today I really could have kept going if I hadn't had a morning commitment to get back for.
Awesome! I used to own some land near Gruver.
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Not me and not today, but looks like our very own @AndyK

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1957 Flying Scot

Pretty much decided to replace the rare Brampton cranks on the 1957 Flying Scot with a period set of Williams, along with a climbing gear and a Simplex lever style front derailleur. I thought I'd go for a quick ride around the block in it's current form before the swap but despite wearing flip flops and a button down shirt (and backpack in the 90F+ sun in Denver) I enjoyed being out on the bike so much that I didn't stop riding and the next thing I knew I was approaching 50 miles! Love, love, love this bike!


Taken along the Platter River in Denver



Intriguing abandoned "Salughterhouse Bridge" built to walk cattle across the big river that runs through downtown Denver, Colorado. Seems like the rail road yards, stockyards, and slaughterhouse were on different sides of the river.


David Rattray put a thistle on the headbadge (as any good Glaswegian would I suppose) so I couldn't resist taking a picture with some thistles I (quite surprisingly) found growing in the foothills of Colorado's Rocky Mountains!
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I rode past a bit of the past on my commute this morning, a NYC Checker Cab. A pretty cool and elusive spotting.

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A lovely day for a traditional Northern Virginia ride: from Vienna, VA down the Washington & Old Dominion Trail to the Potomac River, then the Mt. Vernon Trail north along to river across from DC and back again on the Martha Custis Trail.
32 nicely maintained miles of paved bike path. More tree root bumps each year, but this is a heavily traveled set of bike paths that see several hundred commuters twice a day plus runners, walkers, grandmas with babies in strollers, and everything in between. Best done on a weekday after the morning commute, as things are more crowded on the weekend.

Train station parking lot in Vienna. This section of the mural always reminds me of @iab.

Lots of history along the path, with many train-oriented explanation signs. This caboose museum is a fave among the younger set:

This is where Four Mile Run meets the Potomac. For many years, FMR was a dangerous runoff chute for water that fell upstream, and it frequently flooded out the poorer residents who lived near it. Then they got some sense and made the whole thing wider and deeper. Now it still handles the runoff, but with less danger and damage to local residents. This is where I turn north on the Mt. Vernon Trail, past National Airport.

A quintessential Washington Tourist Photograph: the bike, the Johnson memorial, the Washington Monument, and an airplane about to land downriver at National.

This time of year there's plenty of dappled sunshine in this section of the trail, even at mid-day.
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I went out on an interesting ride with Bob Freeman yesterday.
We only went around 35 miles or so but it was a great mixture of pave, gravel, double track and single track as we rode a loop from the town of Carnation to Duvall and back. It was a new route for both of us.
You know the bike has been having a happy time because when you’re done it’s lightly dusted and there's scraps of vegetation stuck in various parts of the bike and your shoes :-)

whoop-de-doo by NBend, on Flickr

The only photos I have to share today come from Bob’s camera.

at the end of the trail by NBend, on Flickr

My camera bounced out of the pocket of my handlebar bag somewhere along a 3 mile section of the Stossell Creek Trail. I went back and hiked that section this morning hoping to find it but no luck. It was a good little camera that served me well during it’s tough 5 year life and I’m sorry to have lost it. This is the last photo Bob took of me with it from the ride yesterday.

Last known sighting of my camera by NBend, on Flickr

Who ever finds it will chuckle.. the casing has many small dents and gouges but it still worked just fine. Maybe my craigslist ad will get a reply but I’m not hopeful.

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@northbend, Too bad about the camera. I've abused a couple, the latest one is pretty inop. I'm more careful with the phone, thank goodness.

Your adventurous rides are beyond neat.

I was in Carnation today, picking strawberries before the rain. (pic somewhere)

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Originally Posted by northbend
The only photos I have to share today come from Bobís camera.
My camera bounced out of the pocket of my handlebar bag somewhere along a 3 mile section of the Stossell Creek Trail. I went back and hiked that section this morning hoping to find it but no luck. It was a good little camera that served me well during itís tough 5 year life and Iím sorry to have lost it. This is the last photo Bob took of me with it from the ride yesterday. Who ever finds it will chuckle.. the casing has many small dents and gouges but it still worked just fine. Maybe my craigslist ad will get a reply but Iím not hopeful.
That is my greatest fear, when I'm out riding; that something might happen to my Leica. So it stays attached to me at all times, on a cross-shoulder strap. While it is a sturdy little unit, built like an alloy brick, there are way too many electronic widgets inside to withstand shock and vibration. The image stabilization went out early-on, after I first got it and was transporting it in my handlebar basket. That's why it stays on my shoulder now. And yes, I have sacrificed the body to save the camera in falls. I just sort of curl myself around it and go "OOF!" when I hit the ground. Kind of like a football receiver, and I haven't fumbled it yet.

No ride or pics today - it's raining again. But I will be picking up a nice `85 Specialized Sequoia frameset later on. Until then, I'm painting my Raleigh Super Course 3-speed conversion project.

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Originally Posted by Kdogbikes
Got out for nice ride today Found an old abandoned tennis court
Nice Continental ! I love those tall Schwinn stem shifters
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Originally Posted by CriticalThought
Pretty much decided to replace the rare Brampton cranks on the 1957 Flying Scot with a period set of Williams, along with a climbing gear and a Simplex lever style front derailleur.

I thought I'd go for a quick ride around the block...………. I enjoyed being out on the bike so much that I didn't stop riding and the next thing I knew I was approaching 50 miles! Love, love, love this bike!

@CriticalThought What a bike!
I like the casual way some of you guys describe major changes on rare bikes & components.

And isn't it great to ride a bike that just funs the miles away.
When some members ask a question like, "What do you do to pass the miles away....???" = the answer should be, "Find a bike that's more fun."


Also like the clean lines of a beautiful bike, free of gadgets, electronics, bells, lights, etc. Cycling in the Raw.
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Originally Posted by Rotten
Wish I had the scenery around here that some of the rest of you have. But I am getting better miles on the weekend now


Today I decided to get off the flats and into the rolling hills south of town. Kind of a training run as a build up for a century ride later this year.
28.23 miles in just over 2 hours averaging 13.92 mph on my Passage. A couple of years ago this ride would have killed me but today I really could have kept going if I hadn't had a morning commitment to get back for.
Nice Passage - love those Racks, Tenax gives a nice smooth ride IMHO
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Originally Posted by Wildwood
National Day of Memoriam in America, for those who sacrificed with their life in the Service of this Country.
Memorial Day, a national bank holiday.
This bike always gets ridden on this day.

Specifically for friends long lost in VietNam.
Color me patriotic, pacifist, veteran.

Handmade in Eugene, Oregon, USA. Softride beam made in USA.

Make mine a triple, stiff and robust upfront.
@Wildwood thank you for your service
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Originally Posted by northbend
Wildwood, that AD of yours is such a nice riding bike..

Yesterday, I rode from my house up to the pass for some lunch. The Snoqualmie Valley Trail borders my neighborhood.
I turn onto it and for the next 30 miles or so it's all gravel. This is the view I see less than a mile from my house.

My gateway to the pass by NBend, on Flickr

Nearing the Hyak Tunnel, I glance over my shoulder and take in the view of Interstate 90 winding it's way up to Snoqualmie Pass. The Alpental Ski area on Denny Mountain is the prominent peak on the left. It is where I learned to ski and every time I see it, it brings back many fond memories. I smile, turn on my headlight and enter underground..

Denny Mtn and I90 by NBend, on Flickr

Emerging after riding 2 miles at Hyak on the eastern side of the pass. All the snow is gone since the last time I was here..

Hyak tunnel by NBend, on Flickr

There is a little stand at the gas station across the street from the brewery at the Summit of Snoqualmie Pass. I order a curry bowl and take it over to the brewery for a sit down Lunch

Lunch at the Pass by NBend, on Flickr

I ride back home via the same route until I get close to Rattlesnake Lake. I take a shortcut thru the woods and enjoy a little single track before re-connecting with the Rail Trail that takes me home

A shortcut through the woods by NBend, on Flickr
@northbend I have ridden the trail from Rattlesnake lake towards the Tunnel a few times but have yet to make it all the way to and through it, now that I know there is a brewery on the other side I have renewed interest

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38.5 from home to Ardsley. Up through Manhattan and into the Bronx, Van Cortland Park/Old Putnam trail to the South County. Down the Hudson Greenway on the return trip.




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You guys have doing some great riding. Hard to keep up with it when I'm not home and have only a smaffone screen to view it on.

My sweetie and I just returned home from two weeks on Mt. Desert Island, the location of Acadia National Park. We rode the tandem around the Park Loop Road, posted in the Tandem Forum. Then a few days later I rode up Cadillac Mt. and around the PLR.

At the start:


At the Eagle Lake overlook:


Overlooking Bar Harbor, a pic I've taken on all my other rides. The tiny smudge just this side of the center island is a huge cruise liner. The smudge to its right is a 4-masted excursion schooner.


Near the top of Cadillac Mt. I took this pic because it's another one I've taken on every other ride I've done up Cadillac. There isn't much to see!


Also near the top:


My sweetie hiked up and met me at the top, then took this pic. I look like a grumpy old man. Actually I'm just trying to stay warm. This whole ride alternated being sweaty hot and really wet and cold!


The run down Cadillac, about 30sec faster than the last time I did this video.

One of the more serene sections of the PLR, Otter Cliffs in the distance:
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@jimmuller, thanks for the great pics of Acadia. Haven't been back in a very long time. It's a special place.
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Finally got out for a ride without kids, 18 mi out and back on the east coast rails to trails. Working on my photography skills.
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Finally got out for a ride without kids, 18 mi out and back on the east coast rails to trails. Working on my photography skills
I'll bet that was a fun ride. Curious, was that 18 miles each way, or round trip?
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Round trip, next week will be up to the next trail head, another 2 mi one way
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