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30 Days of Biking #19 - Mostly routine

  • Practised the switching between road and pedestrian crossings thing on my travels between errands;
  • Adjusted the angle of my brake levers as instructed by Veronica on Tuesday;
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30 Days of Biking 2014 – Day 19

I didn’t drag the kids out in the rain today, but I got soaked enough for the three of us as I led Critical Lass rides to the Sky… 248 more words

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Prepping for Le Tour

I rode out towards Winters about 8 a.m. The sun was shining and the farmers were already plowing and planting transplants. A welcome site in this drought. 506 more words

Early morning moors (Day 19)

One of the big advantages to living in the South Pennines is that I can pretty much ride when I like, there’s not the traffic I had to endure in the urban North West so my rides are now generally later in the day. 137 more words

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Closed road (Day 18)

There’s something about closed roads, the mystical quality of their absence of maintenance, the lack of traffic and the feeling that you’re not quite meant to be there. 115 more words

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30 Days of Biking #18 and First "Solo" Run

Mental note: give street-cleaning vehicles a wide berth and hold breath while passing them *coughs* *splutters*.  Talking of breath issues, Eastville Park now poses a real risk of inhaling midges. 415 more words

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30 Days of Biking 2014 – Day 18

Hooray, the rain is gone! Our first stop of the day was the Greenwood Fred Meyer en route to a friend’s house. The building and very uneven parking lot were recently redone…yet it was decided to put the bike parking on a slant. 203 more words

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