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    Quote Originally Posted by GSXR7ED View Post
    Jedz,

    thanks for posting. Quaint home you got there!

    Do you have alarms on your bikes? lol

    Seriously, it's nice that you can keep your bikes outdoors (covered) and not have to worry about them.

    The sprocket pic is cool!

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    A few days ago. Top of Mt. Baker on the left & the Twin Sisters on the right.
    20210417_115959 by Carter Turk, on Flickr
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    First ride of the year!

    Might be a bit til the next one, the light bulbs are all failing.
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    Had a few short rides in recent weeks.

    Today predicted to be unusally warm in the 70s, so wanted to get out about 10am for 5-6 hour ride. BUt things kept popping up that demanded my time. About 1pm, I said "I am going, that other stuff can wait."

    Was well over 70degF inland, but with the lake michigan water still at about 45degrees was "cooler by the lake", so I headed north along the lakeshore. Stopped for a couple pics.
    P1170822e by Dave Redman, on Flickr

    After about 2 1/2 hours, stopped for ice cream cone, then jogged over to the highway to head back. Traffic moving over 80 (till got back to about Muskegon) was able to run in top gear for a while.

    Was a good afternoon ride.

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    Also on my ride yesterday: THis old railroad trestle (now bikepath bridge), and the way the road turns to go underneath it, have caught my interest over the years. Stopped to pose a picture. Wasnt as easy as in the past, due to now having some guard rails (other side) so cant just ride in from one side and out the other, and this bike harder to push around. So aint gonna do that again.
    Are a lot of housing and appartments being built around there, so I figure they will want to improve the road before too long and that will be the end of this old trestle.


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    Lookin' good there, Redman.

    And your pic is cool noreg...bridge/mountains way in the background.

    Carter Turk, that's a beautiful mountain crest view.

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    Dave, around here bike / walking / outdoors stuff is a popular attraction. Maybe that bridge will stick around, and maybe it's the reason housing is springing up there. You know, the "nice location near outdoor recreation" ad copy that realtors love.

    Either way, it looks like a neat little bridge and cool photo spot.

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    My beemerpunk kid seems to have talked all his buddies into getting adv bikes. I dunno why but he's very persuasive. 5 of us got together and spent the weekend just doing stupid riding all over central PA. Friday night the ride was snow and rain all the way.




    We camped at two different beautiful spots. One next to a nice creek, the other on top of a good sized hill.








    Here's where I tipped over. Made it through the creek but failed on the exit. Glad I had 4 young guys to pick the bike up.

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    Rode down to Tucson to do a brewery walk of downtown and to hang out with my siblings. I didn't take many bike pics, but I did stop at the Tom Mix Memorial again. It is a mindful place, in the middle of a west that still looks much like it did when the famous cowboy passed on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli69 View Post
    My beemerpunk kid seems to have talked all his buddies into getting adv bikes. I dunno why but he's very persuasive. 5 of us got together and spent the weekend just doing stupid riding all over central PA. Friday night the ride was snow and rain all the way.
    Eli, next time you're coming to Central PA, hit me up! Don't have an ADV bike but I do ride a lot of forest roads.

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