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Thirty-one mile ride this morning. Cool temps, fairly calm, and great feeling steel between my legs. Nirvana!


Beautiful clear skies!

Rains didn't help the mountainsides much

This is about the peak of steel bikes for performance I do think.

The rains did get all the dry creeks running again

This is about the widest shoulder I see up here in our little mountain valley

Cool and clear this morning

Ben Lomond peak is "letting off steam" there in the background.

Water levels continue to drop
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Another foggy/windy day. Rode over into Larkspur and Mill Valley and enjoyed a ride on fresh pavement. The Marin Bicycle Coalition has kept cycling infrastructure a part of the transportation agenda and it shows.

101 pathway finished.

Bel Air bridge finished and new paving on Magnolia.


Fog rolling back from Mt Tamalpius.

The crew heading out to choppy waters.
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After avoiding it for 2.5+ years, I finally got COVID a couple weeks ago. I didn't have it very bad, but it's been a few weeks since I've done any serious riding beyond my commute. Amazing how quickly the conditioning starts to slip. Thus, I just went out for a short, mild tempo, albeit hilly, ride into the Berkeley Hills. For those who know the area, I made my way through town and then climbed Tunnel Road to Skyline and Grizzley Peak and returned via Claremont.

Claremont Road is a hill I often avoid because it can be rather steep on the way up (1.9 miles at 9% average, and over 11% for one of those miles). The fast, curvy descent used to be pretty sketchy, with lots of very treacherous ruts and potholes hidden in speckled shadows. However, the pavement just got a fantastic resurfacing which made for a fun descent. Here's a shot from near the top of Claremont with a peek-a-boo view of the bay in the distance.



Finished off the ride with a spin through the Cal campus and a quick stop at Sather Gate, the home of the Free Speech Movement (note the dog wagon).


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@Drillium Dude Those desert trail photos look great, but I have to ask: Is that gravel as slippery as it looks? And I know bikes are made to be ridden, but I hate the thought of all those loose pebbles nicking the underside of your beautiful Davidson!
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20mm tires usually don't kick up many rocks. Pumped to 140psi they almost shoot off to the side.

I believe the man rode Cino years back = 100 gravel miles on 23mms.
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Originally Posted by gaucho777
@Drillium Dude Those desert trail photos look great, but I have to ask: Is that gravel as slippery as it looks? And I know bikes are made to be ridden, but I hate the thought of all those loose pebbles nicking the underside of your beautiful Davidson!
No, you're exactly right - it was kinda like riding on ice, and I kept the speed low until it turned to bigger gravel/dirt mix. Lots of hikers in the area, so slow is prudent for their (and my) protection.

Also, of all my bikes, I worry least about the Davidson when it comes to paint chips and such. Once the first couple happened, I was like, "oh, well - battle scars!"

Btw, I like the guy "exercising" his dogs!

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Originally Posted by gaucho777
After avoiding it for 2.5+ years, I finally got COVID a couple weeks ago. I didn't have it very bad, but it's been a few weeks since I've done any serious riding beyond my commute. Amazing how quickly the conditioning starts to slip. Thus, I just went out for a short, mild tempo, albeit hilly, ride into the Berkeley Hills. For those who know the area, I made my way through town and then climbed Tunnel Road to Skyline and Grizzley Peak and returned via Claremont.

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Finished off the ride with a spin through the Cal campus and a quick stop at Sather Gate, the home of the Free Speech Movement (note the dog wagon).

Is Polka Dot Man or the Bubble Lady or Ricky Starr still around down there? Some real characters in the 80's. I actually met Wavy Gravy on Telegraph one day.
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Short ride too the library to do some Gardening on the Stone Grinder pretty much got rained out as soon as I got there. The Stone Grinder while heavy transport bike does fine with a load even riding on wet gravel.


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Nice short ride on the no name trails in Pike forest a few miles out of side Fairplay. With the wet warm weather lately a lot green and still a lot of wild flowers and a tone of bugs.




Got to a spot were the trail was completely grown over.

The remains of the old gold barge always seem out of place.

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Down Along The River, Of Course.







The big Jonathan Paddleford boats and party-barges are gone already... for good? I hope not...
(Edit: They might have all been out on a corporate shindig. The website is still accepting reservations for local cruises.)
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Gravel!
Am continuously amazed at how well the Davidson- a friction shifted triple- performs on dirt/gravel rides, easily keeping up with more modern (and specialized) machinery.



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Ride along lime ridge open space to the base of mt Diablo. The road up the mountain was closed due to improving bicycle turnouts. Typical hillside scenery in the summer.
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Originally Posted by rccardr

Am continuously amazed at how well the Davidson - a friction shifted triple - performs on dirt/gravel rides, easily keeping up with more modern (and specialized) machinery:

I, too, spent some time today riding a Davidson on gravel. Part of it was due to wanting to give the steep portion of this trail a go (it's around 6 percent for a good 1/4 mile), while part of it is having to find new places to ride after the scare earlier this month. I finally took to the trail for the first time since the 11th and only got around 3 miles into the southbound leg before deciding to turn around and ride the backroads around Deems Hill instead. Crappy pavement, but I admit those guys have me spooked from the trail. It's really too bad as I saw a couple roadies I'd come to recognize going by in the opposite direction as I headed back; we used to unofficially set the pace for one another, it seemed, back in the good ol' days. A couple waves to some good guys, but since the bad guys are still out there, fudge it.

Going up:



Looking back down:



Taking the scenic route around:



Shooting with one hand, keeping off the ground:



Mediterranean Style houses abound:



Issues during the ride? Not a one to be found

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This morning was supposed to be "another oft repeated circuit for cardio, nothing special, no photos" trip. However when making my turn at Lock 60 near Phoenixville, PA, and clocking thru the modes on my obsolete computer, I noticed that I've now done over 770 miles on my Fuji TSIII since I rehabilitated it about 3 years ago. I had no idea. I was just riding it and enjoying it. Ok, yeah, its too heavy and its too big for me and old and a bit scratched up but it just continues to satisfy. Local roads and trails as well as long weekend road trips.

This is the access road between PA Rte 29 and Lock 60. Old Schuylkill Canal on the left. Peaceful morning.


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Rainy day short ride to the Fairplay Library on my old Nishiki resto mod single speed trainer now 45 years old.




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Originally Posted by Prowler
This morning was supposed to be "another oft repeated circuit for cardio, nothing special, no photos" trip. However when making my turn at Lock 60 near Phoenixville, PA, and clocking thru the modes on my obsolete computer, I noticed that I've now done over 770 miles on my Fuji TSIII since I rehabilitated it about 3 years ago. I had no idea. I was just riding it and enjoying it. Ok, yeah, its too heavy and its too big for me and old and a bit scratched up but it just continues to satisfy. Local roads and trails as well as long weekend road trips.

This is the access road between PA Rte 29 and Lock 60. Old Schuylkill Canal on the left. Peaceful morning.


Looking forward to riding some of this stuff with you in September!
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Don’t ride my local 2 lane road on Fridays - crazies are crazier. But needed a shakedown ride on the Bianchi Vittoria ('87 I think). So,….I mechanically finished up the other two unridden builds (Harding + Rickert) and did 3 initial check rides (short of a shakedown for perfect positioning) around the neighborhood.


Harding not new frameset but the latest experiment in narrow bars (Soma) 33.5cm ctc at the base of the hoods, 40 at the drops. New crank, wheels, rd, brake levers (new DiaCompe), saddle, cables/housing. The pigs approved - at least didn’t squeal away.

Bianchi frameset + bits from @Andy Antipas. A 'finally on the road', frankenpractical build with Campa Mavic Sugino Weinmann 3T - 13-30 cogs on 7sp is nicer than my 6spds (14-28). I tried it once Campy+Weinmann delta brakes, next as all Mavic (starfish (┐clamshell?) crank ), then almost all vintage Campa, ... now this.


And the '59 Rickert with its’ GranSport ders kinda failed with a 46/30 crankset (and other factors). Anyway maybe only a more modern fd will make it shift better. May wanna make this crank a triple and spindle length should support that

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A few days of hot weather earlier this week and another camping trip. This time Orcas Island.

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Just up the road from my camp in Moran State Park is Mountain Lake. There’s a dock in this inlet here where in the late afternoon during the hottest part of the day a dive off the end provides instant relief.

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After dinner that evening, a ride to the top of Mt. Constitution.

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The next day I explore the Island. Mt Baker Rd.

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West beach

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I pass by Nordstrom Lane in Crow Valley

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Deer Harbor

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Then in the late afternoon, a hike down to a secluded beach for a swim in the ocean at Obstruction Pass. The water is quite cold, dive in and swim out 20 yards before a deep chill starts to hit alarm bells and I have to go back and warm in the sun on the beach. Then it’s soon too hot and the process is repeated again. After my 3rd session I eat a simple dinner I had packed then hike back to the road and ride up to Mountain Lake to swim off the salt before turning in for the night.

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The weather changed overnight, a cloudy marine layer has moved in cooling things off significantly as I pack up to go home. Heading back to the ferry via Crow Valley Road..

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I managed to get out to the northwestern suburbs last Saturday and again today. Last Saturday I did about 30 miles on the Peugeot PF10, which has become one of my favorites for a good road run. While riding that lovely French steel I happened to find a collection of British iron. Had to take some pics.



A beautiful GT6, much like one I drove for 20 years, but much nicer and blue instead of red. Otherwise exactly the same.



A TR4 and a TR4A, both once on my wanted list, and in the background some TR7s and a TR8.


Finally, a true icon of the genre, Austin-Healy "Bugeye" Sprite.


Today I selected a different nationality, different ride quality, about 25 miles on the Grandis. Hard-riding, very quick handling, quick to reward and to punish. Here's the obligatory pic from the North Bridge in Concord.
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Another Le Tour De Ham Saturday Stroll to East Lake Park this morning. Rode my 1965 Schwinn Racer 3-speed.











Of course we stopped here again.



This place opened recently, I was going to stop by for lunch after the ride. But the line was out the door and all the way down the block so I skipped it for now. Really looking forward to trying it soon though.
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Found this after 30+ miles of JRA this afternoon:



Didn't meet the challenge (that was a joke, it's a Challenge Elite clincher); once this opened up it began separating underneath, and spreading fast. I figure it had another mile in it before the tread separated enough to expose the carcass completely, leading to an eventual flat.

With that, my good luck is finally back

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