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dfitzger:

By @girls_bikes: #Swiss #Berne #girls_bikes August 20, 2014 at 12:15AM http://ift.tt/1BDirNR

dfitzger:

By @girls_bikes: #Swiss #Berne #girls_bikes August 20, 2014 at 12:15AM http://ift.tt/1BDirNR

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dfitzger:

By @nettieedmo: Pic from a sneaky photoshoot with @thefitographer back in Aus #aussie #greenandyellow #cycling #womeninsport #ownthetrack @bureauveritas @cyclingaustralia August 20, 2014 at 02:43PM http://ift.tt/1pPb9RO

dfitzger:

By @nettieedmo: Pic from a sneaky photoshoot with @thefitographer back in Aus #aussie #greenandyellow #cycling #womeninsport #ownthetrack @bureauveritas @cyclingaustralia August 20, 2014 at 02:43PM http://ift.tt/1pPb9RO

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laicepssieinna:

From somebike - #bmc#tmr01#carbon#roadbike pic:google http://ift.tt/V9Kl2MVive le Vélo

laicepssieinna:

From somebike - #bmc#tmr01#carbon#roadbike pic:google http://ift.tt/V9Kl2M
Vive le Vélo

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ridebyshooting:

Get out there. Do dumb things.

Last week, I did the Tour de Tree again. It’s a self invented event. No one pays me to do it. And guess what? All the rules, I made up. 

It takes place over 5 days and is 10 Stages - 5 AM, 5 PM. Basically riding to and from work everyday. Santa Cruz to/from Morgan Hill. That sounds easy, but my commute includes Mt Madonna, which has an amazing tree at the top of it. Rule is, when you get to the tree, you do a ‘tour’ of it i.e. ride a loop around it.

The week for me was roughly 66 miles and 5,200ft of elevation gain on average a day. 

I convinced one other person to do ALL the stages with me, and some other folks joined me here and there for a stage or two (I encouraged people from Morgan Hill side to ride to the tree, do their loop, and head back down to complete a stage. A few did it in the afternoon, and two braved the morning and did a stage up to the tree in the fog.)

For the final stage, both Jon - the other person who did all 10 stages and  wearing the Van Dammage kit - portaged a tallboy to the Mother Tree and toasted our victory together. It was an amazing and very tiring experience. Wednesday was the hardest and I took to taking noonday naps on the lawn outside work while everyone was out on lunch ride just to catch up with sleep - getting up at 4:30am every morning does that to you.

I took a lot of photos and some videos for what is a very long week. You can view them all here, included some loops of the Mother Tree and a rather impressive puncture pic —> TOUR DE TREE - AUGUST 2014

Also, here’s an example of a stage. The final PM stage. I did change the afternoon routes from time to time, adding in more climbing generally, but this is the standard afternoon commute. 

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wearegoingawol:

The devil is in the details. No doubt, E’s Unicorn Full Nuke Rainbow Extravaganza AWOL Transcontinental bike is every hipster’s secret dream. Tanwall tires, loads of CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) A Wolves In the Throne Room patch from their latest gig, the brand new Mash cap including the Goatlord and some Suicidal Tendencies, a Swift Industries porteur bag, real Unicorn paint, a Svart Katt and a The Great Escape patch. The POLeR thing. Alfine Di2 hydraulic’s and hey, it goes to eleven. E is not much into the Pabst Blue Ribbon game but the Swift bag would fit a 12 pack or two. The followers of this blog knows that this bike has been around and that E is not only a poser, he also shreds.

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dfitzger:

By @girls_bikes: #Swiss #Berne #girls_bikes August 20, 2014 at 12:15AM http://ift.tt/1BDirNR

dfitzger:

By @girls_bikes: #Swiss #Berne #girls_bikes August 20, 2014 at 12:15AM http://ift.tt/1BDirNR

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dfitzger:

By @nettieedmo: Pic from a sneaky photoshoot with @thefitographer back in Aus #aussie #greenandyellow #cycling #womeninsport #ownthetrack @bureauveritas @cyclingaustralia August 20, 2014 at 02:43PM http://ift.tt/1pPb9RO

dfitzger:

By @nettieedmo: Pic from a sneaky photoshoot with @thefitographer back in Aus #aussie #greenandyellow #cycling #womeninsport #ownthetrack @bureauveritas @cyclingaustralia August 20, 2014 at 02:43PM http://ift.tt/1pPb9RO

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laicepssieinna:

From somebike - #bmc#tmr01#carbon#roadbike pic:google http://ift.tt/V9Kl2MVive le Vélo

laicepssieinna:

From somebike - #bmc#tmr01#carbon#roadbike pic:google http://ift.tt/V9Kl2M
Vive le Vélo

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ridebyshooting:

Get out there. Do dumb things.

Last week, I did the Tour de Tree again. It’s a self invented event. No one pays me to do it. And guess what? All the rules, I made up. 

It takes place over 5 days and is 10 Stages - 5 AM, 5 PM. Basically riding to and from work everyday. Santa Cruz to/from Morgan Hill. That sounds easy, but my commute includes Mt Madonna, which has an amazing tree at the top of it. Rule is, when you get to the tree, you do a ‘tour’ of it i.e. ride a loop around it.

The week for me was roughly 66 miles and 5,200ft of elevation gain on average a day. 

I convinced one other person to do ALL the stages with me, and some other folks joined me here and there for a stage or two (I encouraged people from Morgan Hill side to ride to the tree, do their loop, and head back down to complete a stage. A few did it in the afternoon, and two braved the morning and did a stage up to the tree in the fog.)

For the final stage, both Jon - the other person who did all 10 stages and  wearing the Van Dammage kit - portaged a tallboy to the Mother Tree and toasted our victory together. It was an amazing and very tiring experience. Wednesday was the hardest and I took to taking noonday naps on the lawn outside work while everyone was out on lunch ride just to catch up with sleep - getting up at 4:30am every morning does that to you.

I took a lot of photos and some videos for what is a very long week. You can view them all here, included some loops of the Mother Tree and a rather impressive puncture pic —> TOUR DE TREE - AUGUST 2014

Also, here’s an example of a stage. The final PM stage. I did change the afternoon routes from time to time, adding in more climbing generally, but this is the standard afternoon commute. 

(via hm7)

wearegoingawol:

The devil is in the details. No doubt, E’s Unicorn Full Nuke Rainbow Extravaganza AWOL Transcontinental bike is every hipster’s secret dream. Tanwall tires, loads of CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) A Wolves In the Throne Room patch from their latest gig, the brand new Mash cap including the Goatlord and some Suicidal Tendencies, a Swift Industries porteur bag, real Unicorn paint, a Svart Katt and a The Great Escape patch. The POLeR thing. Alfine Di2 hydraulic’s and hey, it goes to eleven. E is not much into the Pabst Blue Ribbon game but the Swift bag would fit a 12 pack or two. The followers of this blog knows that this bike has been around and that E is not only a poser, he also shreds.

(via hm7)

fitbuzzers:

It’s summer… Get ya bike out

fitbuzzers:

It’s summer… Get ya bike out

(Source: skreened.com, via girlsbikesandshorts)

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