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Six - it's an evil number

Today, we talk about my sixth ride…a most evil of experiences.

I’ll keep this pretty short and to the point. I was heavily teased with the promise of another jump in energy and an even larger high than the previous ride. 97 more words

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This Morning's Ride

Here are a couple landscapes from our morning trail ride. We went about 8 miles before heading back. The humidity has been really high here with today’s temps forecasted to reach 91F. More tomorrow!

Landscape Photography

Like Riding a Bike...

So far this week I have to say I have not done to bad, and I have avoided the scale (I want to hop on almost daily). 291 more words

Weight Loss

Saddlemen TS1450R.

Features
-Designed for every type of riding and every style of bike
-Fit all rear seat/pillions 9″ W or smaller with included mounting system
-Rugged 1200-denier SaddleTuff™ construction for long life… 79 more words

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A year. Ahem.

Yes, yes… it’s been a year since my last post. Let’s move on.

Lots happened. I broke up with my partner, I renovated (and sold!) my rental property, I moved twice, changed roles at work, turned 40, went to Bhutan, went to Rarotonga… it’s been a bit mad. 262 more words

Learner License

1951 BSA STAR TWIN BONNEVILLE RACER.

Courtesy of : Silodrome

There’s something unusual about the salt flats at Bonneville, for some reason the sodium from this location in Utah inspires some of the most jaw-dropping amateur engineering on earth – the veterans call it “salt fever” and once you’ve got it, you’ve got it for life. 631 more words

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