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Old 04-03-23, 04:42 PM
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Fairly nice weather today finally got some new tires on the Schwinn GSX. Went for short local ride still snow and ice in a lot of places and mud and slush.






Actual clear dry section of bike trail first time in about 6 months.
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Originally Posted by Bad Lag
Wow!

20+ mph head winds today, gusting to over 40 mph, made for slow going while northbound. When I got to the bike path section of my ride, sand was blowing in wave after wave. You could see and feel and taste the airborne sand. I cut the ride short by a few miles, turned around and headed back because of that sand.

While southbound with a tailwind, I was going 20-25 mph (52X16 at ~90rpm). A woman sitting in her parked car decided to exit her vehicle just as I was passing. After I came alongside her car, the driver's door came flying open . I have not come so close in a very long time.

I was able to avoid a collision only because of the very quick, almost twitchy, handling of this bike. I had to spot the door, react and get the bike to move 3 feet to the left in a couple tenths of a second (0.2 sec => 7 ft).

So close! So very close!

I slowed to a crawl and looked back. She didn't give a crap and was just walking away. No wave, no "sorry!", nothing. I wonder if she even knows what she did.

BE SAFE OUT THERE PEOPLE.
I've been pretty good at spotting occupied cars from the street side. On a ride in Alameda, CA, along the beach, there is a separated bike lane with the parked cars between it and the street. Nothing like a car load of little kids flinging the doors open and running across with their assorted beach toys. Live and learn for everyone involved.
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Old 04-03-23, 06:03 PM
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I haven't posted here much lately because I haven't ridden much lately due to weather, sickness/cold, and work overload. However, I'm on Spring Break this week and hoping to catch up on some riding. Today I got out for a short but hilly ride into the Oakland/Berkeley Hills via Montclair, Snake Road climb, and then looped back home via Grizzley Peak Rd. and down Euclid--a total of about 24 miles and 2,300' climbing. Cool & breezy day with nice clear views of the bay.

Lake Temescal Park in Oakland



Climb up Snake Road with footbridge above



Gratuitous (and repetitive) photo of the bay

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Old 04-04-23, 05:46 PM
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Today I rode out along the SF Bay Trail toward Point Richmond--an out & back plus a couple of little loops for a total of about 25 flat miles. A beautiful sunny day in the mid-50s with a mild breeze.

Along the way, I stopped at Ed Litton's shop. I haven't been able to identify my mystery blue frame, and it was suggested Ed Litton may be able to shed some light on a possible builder. Alas, he wasn't sure, but he did graciously welcome me into his shop unannounced and we shared a friendly chat.


The next stop was Raymond's Pizzaria in Point Richmond for a slice of pepperoni and a pint of Pliny the Elder DIPA.



Here is a view of the Point Richmond Tunnel.


The SF Bay Trail runs along the Richmond Marina and some nice stretches of beach and marshland.




The fellow was unafraid.


One last parting shot
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Finally something other than beach and Pacific Ocean.
out and back from my Brother’s house in Red Oak TX to a bridge over the Trinity River on East Belt Line Road. On the Strava heat map, it is very hot along a stretch of the river near this bridge. I didn’t see anything resembling a trail but I also didn’t venture far off the road because my brother says, “water moccasins” a lot.
edit: this is my new Zero Bike.

Bluebonnet festival was a couple weeks back.

Why did they need a new bridge?

The Trinity River.

Today, I was on low traffic roads like y’all ride every day.
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Old 04-05-23, 03:28 PM
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Another trip to Black Creek Park, this time on my High Sierra. Did a little road riding off the trail and visited an old cemetery I had only been to on my motorcycle previously.



The abandoned trestle over New Castle Rd


The road to the old cemetery


One of the many headstones for a member of the Hodges family


Sign for a town near the western end of the rail trail


In the Bark Park
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Old 04-05-23, 10:07 PM
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That's a lovely day on the bike

Originally Posted by gaucho777
Today I rode out along the SF Bay Trail toward Point Richmond--an out & back plus a couple of little loops for a total of about 25 flat miles. A beautiful sunny day in the mid-50s with a mild breeze.

Along the way, I stopped at Ed Litton's shop. I haven't been able to identify my mystery blue frame, and it was suggested Ed Litton may be able to shed some light on a possible builder. Alas, he wasn't sure, but he did graciously welcome me into his shop unannounced and we shared a friendly chat.


The next stop was Raymond's Pizzaria in Point Richmond for a slice of pepperoni and a pint of Pliny the Elder DIPA.



Here is a view of the Point Richmond Tunnel.


The SF Bay Trail runs along the Richmond Marina and some nice stretches of beach and marshland.




The fellow was unafraid.


One last parting shot
Call me very jealous!
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Old 04-06-23, 12:39 PM
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Ride with the Trek 930, built in 1993. Thirty years old and still going strong... The evening sun put out some garlands. Happy, blessed Easter days everyone!


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I was out sorta looking for the Troll yesterday before they move it to its new home in Bellevue. Got turned around and instead found Lenin with ... blood on his hands?



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Originally Posted by Classtime
edit: this is my new Zero Bike.

Bluebonnet festival was a couple weeks back.
So much color, I guess the rains have brightened thinks up.

I have been around here for awhile but never heard of a Zero Bike, what is this? N +1 - 1 maybe?
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Originally Posted by Kobe
So much color, I guess the rains have brightened thinks up.

I have been around here for awhile but never heard of a Zero Bike, what is this? N +1 - 1 maybe?
The zero bike is the bike kept off site and outa sight. This one is kept at my brothers so I only have 6 bikes plus this 0 = 6.
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Old 04-07-23, 01:50 PM
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I've been off the bike for a few weeks with cracked ribs, but today I couldn't resist getting out. Its Easter holidays here in the UK, and after many false starts and a winter that seemed to drag on and on, today the sun was out and it felt like spring in finally here to stay. I've had 2 recent bike builds I'd barely had a chance to ride before getting injured, so split today into two rides, the first being on my new ti hardtail MTB.

I don't have any mountains in central London to play on, but I did find some steps to roll down and jump off in the shadow of a sun soaked St Paul's Cathedral.

My ribs remind me I really shouldn't be goofing about to this extent yet, so I rein in my urges and let the fat tyres give me a sofa soft ride over London's pox marked streets. At the top of the steps is a memorial titled 'Blitz' in memory of the firefighters who gave their lives defending the nation in WW2. It has a quote from Winston Churchill, "the heroes with grimy faces", which could be tweaked for use in the C&V bike community, for we are the heroes with grimy fingers.

The early flowering trees were making most of the sunshine too as the concrete and glass jungle gets enhanced with some summer color.

After months of rain hammering on our heads, windows and glasses, its a nice change to leave the house without any wet weather gear.

A brief moment of traffic free bliss in Finsbury Circus.


Some nice old apartments in Shoreditch.

I then cross back south of the Thames for lunch at home and a bike and clothes change, before heading out on the plastic fantastic for some fast road riding and to test out my first Satnav ahead of a trip to Italy in a few months, where I'll have absolutely no idea where I'm going. I don't need any turn by turn directions in London as I know my way around, so its just on speedo duties and ride tracking duties today, but compared to the uncluttered cockpits on my other bikes it all seems very Buck Rogers and the 21st Century to me.

It peaked at 15c today, so this afternoons ride was the first of the year in shorts and short sleeves, after that long sun deprived winter the legs and arms are too dazzling white and unhealthy looking to be captured on camera so I'll spare you that sight. Didn't stop for many pics on this run as was having too much just riding fast, the whiter than white knees were a blur, this thing be rapid.

And now the clocks have changed its light until nearly 8pm at the moment, and we will keep getting longer and longer days for the next few months so we can really make the most of summer riding. My final pic of the day passing through the long shadows of the early evening sun in Brompton cemetery.
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And following on from the darkmoon 's Japanese cherry tree pics, I was reading this week about Colingwood 'Cherry' Ingram, a British ornithologist, plant collector and gardener, who lived to be over 100 years old and was an authority on Japanese flowering cherries. He helped re-introduce a variety of cherry to Japan that was thought to be lost, a variety that he'd recalled seeing in a English garden. More info here; https://www.theguardian.com/books/20...apans-blossoms

I particularly liked his quote on the western industrialization resulting in a "violent aesthetic indigestion", which I'll use as a devastating put down of the bike of the next cyclist that pulls out in front of me without looking


And here's a pic of my bike in a cherry tree near my home, from earlier in the week before the sun showed up.
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...and why Cherry Ingram turned his back on ornithology and pursued plants was funny too When the editor of one of the worlds premier ornithological journals deemed it of sufficient interest to publish a paper in which the author recorded the number of times a great tit defecated every 24 hours, I came to the conclusion that it was high time I occupied my thoughts with some other aspect of nature. I chose plants.

I wonder what he'd make of Youtube and Tiktok
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Originally Posted by botty kayer
My final pic of the day passing through the long shadows of the early evening sun in Brompton cemetery.
So that's where they go when they break...
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First seasonally warm day of Spring here in the Rockies was still zero degrees in the early morning but it warmed up to 50. So I took my first long climb of the season up Beaver Creek road out of Fairplay about a 600 foot climb over 5 miles. Nice dry road at the start but still mud snow and ice at the top had to walk it for about a have mile then a nice clear ride down to the bike trail which was nice clear tarmac.






A bunch of snow and slush just before I got to the pretty much walked some of this section.


The view along the top section was great.

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Not as sunny as yesterday, but no rain in the UK for 2 days running on a public holiday is considered a win by our standards.
And with no hint of any rain the shiny Italian bikes can come out of hibernation.



After spending most of winter indoors this bike seems desperate to seek out some other bright colors to hang with.


We swing past founder of the Methodists John Wesley's chapel and house on City Road, which is now a museum.

But to make the Italian feel more at home I swing past St Peter's Italian church in Clerkenwell, which is modeled on and is a scaled down version of Basilica San Crisogono in Rome.

And to keep on the Italian theme a Roman style arch leading into some swanky west end mews.

And the final stop before home is not Italian but a nice spot nonetheless, Bonnington Square garden

Back home for pasta and a Peroni, and we are forecast another sunny day tomorrow, fantastica!

Looking forward to tomorrow as I'm meeting up with mate to watch my favorite 1 day bike race of the year on TV, Paris Roubaix, the cobbled classic.
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Originally Posted by botty kayer
And following on from the darkmoon 's Japanese cherry tree pics, I was reading this week about Colingwood 'Cherry' Ingram, a British ornithologist, plant collector and gardener, who lived to be over 100 years old and was an authority on Japanese flowering cherries. He helped re-introduce a variety of cherry to Japan that was thought to be lost, a variety that he'd recalled seeing in a English garden. More info here; https://www.theguardian.com/books/20...apans-blossoms

I particularly liked his quote on the western industrialization resulting in a "violent aesthetic indigestion", which I'll use as a devastating put down of the bike of the next cyclist that pulls out in front of me without looking


And here's a pic of my bike in a cherry tree near my home, from earlier in the week before the sun showed up.
Hmmm, just beautiful
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Originally Posted by botty kayer
Not as sunny as yesterday, but no rain in the UK for 2 days running on a public holiday is considered a win by our standards.
And with no hint of any rain the shiny Italian bikes can come out of hibernation.



After spending most of winter indoors this bike seems desperate to seek out some other bright colors to hang with.



Back home for pasta and a Peroni, and we are forecast another sunny day tomorrow, fantastica!

Looking forward to tomorrow as I'm meeting up with mate to watch my favorite 1 day bike race of the year on TV, Paris Roubaix, the cobbled classic.

Brit grafitti/mural artists know what spray paints can do, how to paint with them, and spray paints effects.
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Weekend rec ride.

First, Mt. Fuji view point.
I can see her slightly today.





The cherry blossom until the last week was Someiyoshino, major species.
They are over this weekend.

The drive way of Isogo Country Club golf course.
They are hazakura now, cherry trees shooting out new leaves .
They'll be beautiful tree canopies.



Oooka gawa.
They'll be tree canopies, too.





From this weekend, yae-zakura, double-flowered cherry blossoms weeks.
A short stretch of yae-zakura, only 5 trees.




Another cherry blossom house.
This house is new, about 10 years or so.


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Weekend rec ride, part 2.



There are no cherry blossoms, but the hedge and moss pink are beautiful.





I don't like hills, just like you guys, hahaha.
But this straight hill is different.
Beautiful.
The green shrubbery line will be beautiful.
I'll show you 2 weeks later or so.



kaizuka ibuki, Chinese juniper, juniperus chinesis 'Kaizuka'.
Beautifully trimmed and shaped.
It looks like a cypress.





Keisan-ji temple, founded 1624.
This temple is very beautiful.
I always passed the temple and didn't know it's very beautiful.

Admission free

The main gate




The wall and azalea hedge on the left of the main gate.




The main building




Its garden

On the right




On the left



On the left, near the main gate
Oh, there is an evergreen magnolia!


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First ride in the new neighborhood! Stopped at an art gallery and Indeed Brewery where they let me borrow a screwdriver to get my bike lock mount installed.
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Finally some nice weather in northern Michigan. Went for a 25 mile jaunt on Old Mission peninsula. Not too horrid, but fought calf cramps for the last ten miles. Hope this isn't a sign of things to come. Rear sew-up was a bit spongy when I got home, so I'm off to Brick Wheels tomorrow for some Stans.
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Monday morning ride to Kohatu again... Cool after overnight rain and gently uphill with a slight headwind.
. Stopped for a picture at the turnaround and saw it was under a walnut tree so a quick forage before speedier ride home.



Vehicle ford on a side road, didn't go this way today.
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