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Old 09-16-18, 08:39 AM
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Amazing apples to cider cycling kit.



Used my Velo microbreweries kit to press my apples into cider. Hard to believe huh.
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Fenders back on for the wet season :-) one bolt rattled loose near the end of my 30 mile shakedown ride.

Fenders on for the wet season by NBend, on Flickr
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Continuing my search for beauty in Illinois. Met my father at Jim Edgar Panther Creek conservation area this morning. 10 miles with a few hills, some freshly gravelled roads mixed with bike path.

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This was yesterday, this is a borrowed pic, I only took a couple and will post later.

23.5 mi, 3500 ft. of climbing which I normally never do. Great ride, stellar scenery.




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Out to test a new ride in the local polders:







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It was a really nice day and I rode the East Bay Bike Trail from East Providence, RI to Bristol, RI and back. The ride is a 28 mile round trip. It's a really nice trail, about 90 percent of it is flat. Newly paved too.
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No photos, but I rode out into the countryside to the West. Rode through the Oneida Reservation, nice, rural countryside with gentle hills. The corn’s been harvested and the sumac is beginning to turn. Discovered that Goole Maps doesn’t understand that some trails are inappropriate for a Bianchi with 28mm tires. Crushed limestone sure, but loose rocks? There doesn’t seem to be a setting to avoid these. Overall I’ve been happy to discover the Google bike directions because it’s lead me by routes I hadn’t known about. Saw a one-eyed hospital patient wearing a patient’s gown standing against a lamp post, smoking. Saw Batman flipping hamburgers across the street from the airport with a plane taking off overhead. David Lynch’s America is doing fine. The mood here is subdued after a frustrating non-loss/non-win against the Vikings. Recent heavy rains have led to a crazy abundance of mosquitoes, so people are largely indoors. On the way back I had a flat about 3 miles from my home. And now I’m drinking a beer.
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it was yesterday. It was my birthday, and for the second year in a row i did the "ride your age" thing. I left my house, road 42 miles where I met my wife at an Inn. I rode through the middle part of Bucks County Pa.

The ride was on a 2006-ish Litespeed, compass tires ftw.


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This was the view from our suite at the Inn, the back porch :

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I told her not to, but my wife even had some goodies for me:


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And there was some of this too:


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overall it was a beautiful day and a great birthday.
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overall it was a beautiful day and a great birthday.
Happy Birthday!
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Happy Birthday!
thank you sir!
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Any Flooding?

I took a ride near and over Rocky River in Concord, NC which runs basically down the street and across from where I live. It is beautiful out today after the storm and I am off from work! Thankfully we were spared major flooding, but I took the old Cannondale SM600 instead of the road bike just in case I got into some debris - which I didn't. I have 2 pictures of the river after regular rain and after this storm taken from pretty much the same spot on an overpass. I doesn't look too bad in these pictures, but areas that seem to never flood like behind the little graveyard are now flooded.





I am tempted to pull a "Weather -Channel" -style: "Look what the storm did", but this sign has been down for days.
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Ride Report: The All British Cycling Event (ABCE)

The Gentleman Cyclists of Minnesota held their ABCE this past weekend, and it was my first time attending. I've told much of this tale over at the "For the Love of English 3-Speeds" thread, so I will try not to duplicate too many photo posts over here.

This event takes place in and around the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Rides begin and end at English/Irish pubs, and there are plenty of stops in between. Saturday's 30 mile ride begins, and ends, at Merlin's Rest on Lake Street in Minneapolis. This photo, by necessity, is a duplicate:



Anyway, this event differs from the Lake Pepin Tour in the fact that almost any type of English bicycle is welcome. Preference is given to Classic and Vintage, of course, as we are mostly a bunch of old farts (and "fartesses"?) participating. But there are a few MAMILs (Middle Aged Men In Lycra) amongst us, You can almost feel their pain as they restrain themselves from spinning off into the distance and leaving all us mortal riders behind.



One happy accident of this ride was that, although the theme-brand this year was Hercules, the Mercian Mafia were very well represented:



Ride leader and "Shirt Tail Organizer" Jon Sharratt lead the way on his "King of Mercia", with its distinctive barber pole seatpost. Here he is flanked by his Mercian Mafiosi in front of the Minneapolis skyline.

I didn't take any more (good) photos on Saturday's ride, because it got hot out there and we got a bit confused as to the established route. I ended up with a splinter group that passed dangerously close to my home, and I'm afraid I may have ducked out of the heat for awhile before heading back to Merlin's Rest for refreshments.

Sunday arrived with another glorious clear blue sky, and found our ABCE-ers at Barley John's, in New Brighton. This was the eagerly anticipated "Cycle Jumble", where veteran collectors ransacked their parts bins to bring out some highly sought-after bits and bobs, and others offered up beautiful vintage British bicycles for sale. My battered Leica saw a lot more action on Sunday, as our subjects were confined to a parking lot, and the short course of the 5-mile "Gentleman's Tour".


The parking lot at Barley John's filled up with incredible bikes like this; some for sale, others on display for Bike Show judging.

This fellow is a local named Russell, whom I've met before on the Lake Pepin 3-Speed Tour. On Sunday he brought this beautifully customized Hercules, festooned with leather wrapping and filigreed accents. It was one of the prettiest bikes at the event.



The Gravity Race and Day-Old Pastry Joust was a story in itself and, being that it is now past my bedtime, I will have to tell it tomorrow night. Until then I leave you with this image for your speculation:



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The Gravity Race and Day-Old Pastry Joust

Okay yeah, I know it's early. But I have an appointment this evening so I'll have to get this done now.

The Gravity Race and Day-Old Pastry Joust is a favorite part of the ABCE. A friend of mine called Ian, "The Blind Lord of Kent", has won the thing in the past, and he shared a few technical secrets with me that surely improved my performance. But let's not get ahead of ourselves here.

The race starts at the top of a hill, naturally, in a low-traffic residential neighborhood. Weapons are issued in the form of miniature wooden lances (skewers), and The Rules are explained thusly:

1) No Pedaling

2) Two classes - hub gear and derailleur

3) No "sawing" of the handlebars to extend your roll at the end

4) You must skewer or capture your pastry for your run to count

I think that's the lot. Anyway, past winners are issued a clothespin and playing card to put on their seatstay, so the friction of the card slapping against the spokes provides a sort of Index of Performance Handicap. And it makes that cool motor sound that many of us remember from our youth.

Being a keen racer myself, I neglected to take any photos during this activity. My apologies for that. But I needed to concentrate, because there was a prize to be won! Buit before I describe the race, here are the participants:



The race starts on a line at the top of the hill, and the racers are released one at a time, at about ten second intervals. You push off with your foot, and try to become as small as possible on the bike for aerodynamics' sake. Here is where all those hours watching this year's Tour de France paid off. As I started down the hill, I moved forward off my saddle and adopted the Chris Froome top-tube straddle descending technique. This made the bike a bit twitchy, as most of my weight was over the front wheel, but if it worked for the Yellow Jersey man, I had to give it a try.

How did I do?


Pretty well...

My distance, however, was surpassed by the riders of the Mercian Tandem which won the derailleur class. More about that bike in a moment.

After the Gentleman's Tour concluded, we gathered back at Barley John's for more festivities and awards presentations. There were plenty of cool bikes to look at, and the Cycle Jumble was still going on.


That's my Raleigh Carlton Super Course roadster conversion behind the World War II BSA(?) Paratrooper Bike.

The craft-brew flowed and they were serving some amazing artisanal pizza:



STO Jon Sharratt told us the tale of his beautiful Mercian:



But the day's big winner was Justin Anderson, with his Mercian Tandem (Steve Brink was his stoker). Here he is displaying the hat-trick of three awards he won with this bike: Best in Show, Gravity Race Derailleur Class, and... was it People's Choice? I think so. Anyway, just look at this thing!


What a gorgeous hand-built masterpiece.

My Super Course was appreciated as well:



All-in-all, this was a fabulous event. Along with the Lake Pepin 3-Speed Tour, this is one of the highlights of my riding season. I will definitely be back next year, after spending the winter in my little skunkworks shop, building my entry for 2019's Gravity Race. I've already been issued my handicap:



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DQRider (Gary), It looks like you had an absolute BLAST at the all British Cycling Event. Kudos for winning the enclosed gear gravity competition.
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DQRider (Gary), It looks like you had an absolute BLAST at the all British Cycling Event. Kudos for winning the enclosed gear gravity competition.
Thank you, Sir! Yes, it was definitely a blast. Even the part where I got lost on Saturday...
I put that one down to brain damage from my crash last month.
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@DQRider as the English would say you must be Chuffed you won, that Super Course is a fine looking ride. Chapeau sir
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I dropped the car off at the tire shop for a repair. Had thrown the bike in the back of the car so I could go out on a wandering loop ride up n over Snoqualmie Ridge and down into the Lower Snoqualmie Valley for lunch at Sandie’s Bakery in Carnation.

Crossing into Carnation by NBend, on Flickr

A lot of flowers are grown in the Lower Valley and many are still in bloom alongside the road

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I got onto the Snoqualmie Valley Trail after lunch for the trip back up to North Bend to pick up my car

On the trail from Carnation to North Bend by NBend, on Flickr

These days in September are some of the best of the cycling season. It’s time to savor each one stowing it away as a memory to have in November when it’s cold and rainy and you don’t feel like riding..

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Enjoying on of the last days of summer by NBend, on Flickr
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Camano Island. Hilly.
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Camano Island. Hilly.
Great weather.
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Oh yeah... Beautiful ride, @Wildwood. These are the ones that keep us going...

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Some serious hops right there if you're not on a kiddie goal. How tall are you?
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