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Old 04-07-20, 08:13 AM
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I see " ascherer" riding in NYC's pictures. Amazing to see the streets that empty. Localy NC has been shut down for almost a month but house construction is going full blast as this house is about 1/2 mile from my apartment. Been riding every other day on short rides so now there is no pain after the ride. At 79 no pain after doing anything is a good feeling.
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Schaar's Bluff Ride - Social Distance Fail

Oh, the irony!
During these strange times, people are urged to stay home, or if they do go out, stay away from other people. So where does EVERYBODY go? The nearest MUP, of course. The trails are more crowded now than I've ever seen them. It was hard to set up a photo without somebody else in-frame. When passing folks coming the other way, I would have had to go off the trail to maintain six feet of "Social Distancing". I tried not to think about that.

Here's one of the shots I took with nobody else in-frame:



I have a few more, but now that I am working from home, I find I don't have the time to process them. When work is done for the day, I have to get out of this house! I'll drop a few into some other threads as I get to them.

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Originally Posted by EddyR
Been riding every other day on short rides so now there is no pain after the ride. At 79 no pain after doing anything is a good feeling.

I'm riding every other day myself at this point, at 69yo, I want no early season setbacks. But good weather this week may get me out more.
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Short ride around town today on the Super. This the first real ride on my new built high flange wheels. First couple of rides had the worst squeal I’ve ever experienced - the kind where people would stop what they’re doing and stare. Anyway, put some serious toe in on the brakes and problem gone. This is outside one of the (empty) dorms at UVA. I’ve ridden by here a hundred times and never noticed it. Pump works and a nice selection of tools. It pleased me. I’ve had a rough stretch recently with mechanicals and fortunately this was just an informational stop.


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Originally Posted by gugie
That Jacob? I swear every time I see him next to one of his bikes I think "that guy needs a bigger bike!"
Im in the “Is that bike the right size for you?” club, 6’2” and ride 56 cm bikes.

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Originally Posted by DQRider
Oh, the irony!
During these strange times, people are urged to stay home, or if they do go out, stay away from other people. So where does EVERYBODY go? The nearest MUP, of course. The trails are more crowded now than I've ever seen them. It was hard to set up a photo without somebody else in-frame. When passing folks coming the other way, I would have had to go off the trail to maintain six feet of "Social Distancing". I tried not to think about that.

Here's one of the shots I took with nobody else in-frame:



I have a few more, but now that I am working from home, I find I don't have the time to process them. When work is done for the day, I have to get out of this house! I'll drop a few into some other threads as I get to them.

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I do a lot of neighborhood ridin’...The Cape Cod Canal is a magnet on any early spring weather day...add people not able to go to work or here and working from home and it gets downright dicey!
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Placerville Ride

El dorado bike trail is nice these days.
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I have had the same problem on our local bike trail. Frustratingly hard to keep away from people. Today I opted for staying mostly on the roads.
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Originally Posted by DQRider
Oh, the irony!
During these strange times, people are urged to stay home, or if they do go out, stay away from other people. So where does EVERYBODY go? The nearest MUP, of course. The trails are more crowded now than I've ever seen them. It was hard to set up a photo without somebody else in-frame. When passing folks coming the other way, I would have had to go off the trail to maintain six feet of "Social Distancing". I tried not to think about that.

Here's one of the shots I took with nobody else in-frame:



I have a few more, but now that I am working from home, I find I don't have the time to process them. When work is done for the day, I have to get out of this house! I'll drop a few into some other threads as I get to them.

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Ok, art or did some ding-a-ling run through that cement with their dog?
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Rode the Ron Cooper to Marblehead this evening. Beautiful weather! I love that town and the smell of the sea.


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Ok, art or did some ding-a-ling run through that cement with their dog?
Good guess! I heard some guy named Art ran through the cement with his dog. Yeah... that's the ticket!

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Got a little spooked by some weather radar and raced a storm home tonight. Turns out I beat it by about an hour and a half

I really love this build right now though:


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Let's Go For A Ride Out in The Sticks...



Another one from Sunday.

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Thanks for sharing. I've had the pleasure of visiting your wonderful home state on several occasions. Port Townsend and Issaquah are both home to some reputable kayak builders/retailers. Back in '98 while on vacation, it was top on our bucket list that we hit the town of Roslyn, WA (aka Cicely, AK) on our way back home to Canada so that I could pay my respects to the defunct set of Northern Exposure. I was a die hard fan of the 90s hit show.
I loved Northern Exposure! It was filmed in Roslyn Washington?
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Just rode... around!
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As always - glad to post this thread!

Such a niiice day.
Time to bump the mileage from 25-30 mi range up to 50. The 48/34 crankset on the Merckx Corsa Extra SLX makes it great for hills. The full tubeset in this 61cm size with century geometry ( I believe) is so smooth. VeloFlex 25mm Roubaix tubulars are the icing.

Starting from home.


I’ll jump past Issaquah pics on outbound leg, so here’s Lake Sammamish looking north

and what I found at Marymoor Park. I expected to be going around the Lake. But no through traffic.

So a brief stop to keep me smilin is in order.

Next stop will call for better nourishment but first another shot of Lake Samm. Nice to have a private pier with a kid’s slide.

Take-out only. The french frys were fresh hot, not greasy, skins on.



A vintage bus for a 50s drive-up themed restaurant.

Then just the ride home.

Fat fingers...don’t drop the Dick Tracy device

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Originally Posted by Wildwood
Take-out only. The french frys were fresh hot, not greasy, skins on.
Hmmm. That might be my lunch stop today.
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Originally Posted by droppedandlost
Hmmm. That might be my lunch stop today.
A small bag of frites will get you through the 2nd half.
Just sit on the wall near the restaurant, not on any of their outdoor furniture.
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My longest COVID ride to date yesterday, 87 miles riding in the Snoqualmie Valley east of Seattle.

To minimize contact with humans, I pack plenty of food and water, enough for several trailside picnics during the day.

Riding the trail up to Rattlesnake Lake,

Water levels are starting to go down by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

I stopped and enjoyed second breakfast at the deserted Seattle Watershed Visitors Center located on the bluff overlooking the lake.

2nd breakfast at Cedar Falls by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

I get on the Iron Horse Trail and head to the upper reaches of the Snoqualmie Valley. Last year, the State re-named this trail the “Palouse to Cascades Trail” which seems stupid to me. It’s the 3rd time they’ve done this (previously it was the John Wayne Pioneer Trail) so I will continue to call it the Iron Horse Trail. Anyways, there very few trail users out and it was very quiet.

Near the Ollallie Trailhead by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

I stopped and had brunch at the same sunny spot I used the other day for my picnic so I am recycling a picture from that time.

Trail Panorama by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

I retraced my route back down the trail then took the Snoqualmie Valley Trail to the town of Snoqualmie.

Heading down to North Bend by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

There’s a Trail closure for repairs from just before Fall City to to the town of Carnation so I rode SR 202 down to Fall City. Traffic wasn’t too bad but it’s a relief to turn off that high speed road onto the River Road in the lower Snoqualmie Valley. Here the quiet country road winds it’s way by fields lazy cows, horses, flowers, and crops. It is a very popular road for cyclists but I saw very few people out today.

The river road in the lower valley by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

When I got close to the town of Carnation I took the catch trail along side the Tolt River to rejoin the Snoqualmie Valley Trail.

Riding by the Tolt River in Carnation by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

I stopped at a small bridge just outside Duvall to wait for a walker to clear the bridge. It took a moment as someone had decorated it with prayer flags. I didn’t mind the wait..

Prayer Flags in Duvall by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

I ate the lunch I had packed in the riverfront park outside of the town of Duvall. For the ride back, I rode the Snoqualmie Valley Trail as far as the closure signs then took a side road out to SR 203. The road is fairly busy, the shoulder not very wide so I was grateful to get off when Neil Road presents itself. It is a another one of those gems that is wonderfully scenic and quiet much like the River Road on the other side of the Snoqualmie River. I follow this road to Fall City.

A view of Si from Fall City by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr

I have to get back onto SR 202 for a little bit until I can get onto quieter roads. I take one of these (356th) up to the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. The detour is complete, Now I take the trail the rest of the way home.

Trestle view by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr
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northbend, Matt, thanks for that excellent ride report and beautiful, scenic photos. That “Iron Horse Trail” looks like a lot of fun.

I’ve only been for a handful of rides the past couple weeks, and the popular cycling roads near me seems just as crowded with cyclists as ever. Lots if people out with their kids or taking advantage of “working” from home. I even passed a tight group of 8 cyclists (all proudly decked out in Cal Bears team kit) on yesterday’s ride.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
Im in the “Is that bike the right size for you?” club, 6’2” and ride 56 cm bikes.

Nice pics Jeff.
You are one of those guys - out of the ballpark. At 6'1", 58cm is my smallest. It's easier for me to go beyond 61cm than below a 58 or anything w/ top tube less than 56.5. (there's always an exception or someone's used custom).

yet me search for a pic. it shows a need for a range of sizes.
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40 miles and 2100ft+ climbing
I needed something to dip my fries in


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Some very nice riding around Fairplay roads and bike path are finally clear of snow yes there is still a tone of snow in places.



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Originally Posted by Ballenxj
I loved Northern Exposure! It was filmed in Roslyn Washington?
Yep. A snow storm blew through the day prior to us driving through Roslyn which only added to the authentic feel of the town as portrayed in the TV series.

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Originally Posted by abshipp
... raced a storm home tonight...
forgot to add that I was fortunate enough to see an Eastern Bluebird


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