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19 Jul

Another Successful STP

Yes, another 200 mile bicycle ride from Seattle to Portland is in the books.  On the 12th and 13th of July 9500 cyclists got up early and started pedaling to Seattle.  I did the same routine as last year, stopping at the halfway point in Centralia for the night on Saturday, but with my new […]

29 Mar

New Bike

I splurged and finally bought a road bike.  Bicycle, that is … a LeMond Chambery. Of course, the weather here kind of stinks right now, so I probably won’t be able to ride for a few days, but I sure am looking forward to it.  Perhaps at the Daffodil Classic …  

09 Feb

Seattle Weather and Riding

I think that it’s about time to start riding the motorcycle regularly now.  The weather has gotten a bit warmer and I noted that it’s getting dark a bit later.  I’m definitely feeling good about that. Because my hands get cold when I ride, I had heated grips installed when I got my new ride.  […]

16 Jul

STP 2007 — Seattle to Portland on a Bicycle

Two friends of mine and I just finished the STP — a 200 mile, 2 day bicycle ride from Seattle to Portland.  Our riding time each day was about 6-1/2 hours, with about 2-1/2 hours of stops added on to that.  The terrain was mostly flat, although there were a few good climbs along with […]

21 Jun

Flying Wheels

I’ve been getting into cycling and on Saturday I rode the Flying Wheels Summer Century. I rode the 70 mile route (not the 100) in preparation for the STP, the 200 mile 2 day Seattle to Portland bike ride.  It’s not quite the same as riding the Hog, but lots of fun nonetheless.  I’m definitely […]

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