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Old 06-17-19, 09:14 PM
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Finland and Hungary by bicycle! This thread is my favorite travelogue.
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Before starting my ride today, thought I should give due credit to the Steel is Real t-shirt (Mr. @RobbieTunes) and lugged steel bike for a bit longer ride today.


Nice quality shirt MrRT


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Riding fast can be fun too, I guess.

Got my SLT put back together this week. I haven't ridden anything smaller than 32c tires in months, and it felt great to blast around on a quick handling road bike.

20 miles / 17mph

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33 miles on Skyline Drive today. The jungle like humidity has settled in here, probably to stay until about September. I started out headed south in the Blue Ridge Parkway but hit a rain shower so turned around, ran away without really getting wet and finished the ride on Skyline. This is at my turnaround on Sawmill Ridge overlook (looking northwest). This shower off in the distance ended up soaking me and bike about 1/2 mile before finishing. Doh!
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I returned today from a 5-day tour through eight states and the District of Columbia. It started on the overnight Amtrak from BOS to DC. I was on my @gugie-650B-converted 1971 Raleigh Int'l.



It was the first time I was in DC's ***on Station. A very cool place:



After a 2 1/2 day academic conference in Arlington, VA, I headed to Annapolis, and that route took me through the Capital Mall:



After a night in a true fleabag motel in Annapolis, I headed to Lewes, DE, and made sure to dip my toes in the sand:



From Lewes, I caught the ferry to Cape May, NJ:



After a hearty breakfast in Cape May, I headed to Absecon, NJ, just west of Atlantic City. There I met @-holiday76, who rode the 76-miles from his house in PA. The next day (yesterday), we outran the predicted thunderstorms and headed up the NJ coast to Bay Head:



There we caught a commuter train to NYC, just as the rain started. In Manhattan, we got fairly drenched in the rain, but had a fine dinner at an Indian restaurant, and then parted ways, Brian to some mysterious shared overnight digs, and me to catch the train from Grand Central to New Haven, where I had a hotel room for the night. Grand Central is a picturesque place:



This morning, I caught a train from New Haven to New London and then followed a route I've ridden previously with @gugie and a local friend when we headed back to Boston after Weigle's French Fender Day in 2017. I passed the Connecticut/Rhode Island line:



And soon was treated to a 20-plus mile paved rail-trail, largely downhill all the way to Providence:



By the time I got home, my bike was rattling like mad and the front generator hub sounded like a empty spinning oil drum full of rocks. Time for some maintenance!
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Old 06-19-19, 09:43 PM
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This thread is my favorite travelogue.
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Mine too. Reading the new posts in this topic is my favourite morning coffee accompaniment.
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Old 06-20-19, 04:46 AM
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@nlerner, very nice!
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like @nlerner said above. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.


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Bike ride home on the Tommasini

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Old 06-21-19, 10:15 AM
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I finally was able to go for a nice ride on my beloved C&V '85 Fuji Del Rey road bike... You all know how the weather has been! Nice during the week, rain on the weekends, over and over and over.

Anyway, since I'm off my school bus now, I decided to go for a nice, quick, 15˝ mile ride down to the James River here in Richmond, Virginia, turn around and head back home. 15˝ miles in 01:01:00 for a nice smooth 15.3 mph speed.

Here's a quick photo I took, looking downstream at the James River (can't quite see the metro Richmond skyline). There is a real nice grassy lawn area along the river with a real small sandy beach too. People always walk their dogs there, wade in the river, let their dogs swim, etc...




Lastly, I continued on along Riverside Dr and kept going to the other side, under the bridge, and out to another road called Hickory that leads to another larger secondary road called Cherokee. I turned around and headed back from there.

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I've been looking at new routes. Trying to find ways to connect routes.
Took a turn today on a road that should go somewhere.

This is where I dismounted, gravel was 3-4'' deep and loose. Walked a short way to see what was ahead. Thought I heard banjos so I turned around.

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Lost and Found

Gave the road bike a rest and took the Cannondale today.
The Drainage Sumps are lovely this time of year.


It was here that I realized I must have lost my Vintage (old) tool pouch somewhere.




Back-tracked back home and found it by the shores of the sump!
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I've been looking at new routes. Trying to find ways to connect routes.
Took a turn today on a road that should go somewhere.

This is where I dismounted, gravel was 3-4'' deep and loose. Walked a short way to see what was ahead. Thought I heard banjos so I turned around.

"Thought I heard banjos so I turned around."
I'm gonna wake up in the middle of the night and laugh out loud at your trepidation forbidding penetration. The familair childhood sound of crunching gravel under my wheels will never be the same again.
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Old 06-21-19, 03:52 PM
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Diggin the length of your brake cables. Nice.
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Old 06-22-19, 06:54 AM
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Looks like a fun week. Did you go route 9 from AC? guessing route 9 to route 70?

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I returned today from a 5-day tour through eight states and the District of Columbia. It started on the overnight Amtrak from BOS to DC. I was on my @gugie-650B-converted 1971 Raleigh Int'l.



It was the first time I was in DC's ***on Station. A very cool place:



After a 2 1/2 day academic conference in Arlington, VA, I headed to Annapolis, and that route took me through the Capital Mall:



After a night in a true fleabag motel in Annapolis, I headed to Lewes, DE, and made sure to dip my toes in the sand:



From Lewes, I caught the ferry to Cape May, NJ:



After a hearty breakfast in Cape May, I headed to Absecon, NJ, just west of Atlantic City. There I met @-holiday76, who rode the 76-miles from his house in PA. The next day (yesterday), we outran the predicted thunderstorms and headed up the NJ coast to Bay Head:



There we caught a commuter train to NYC, just as the rain started. In Manhattan, we got fairly drenched in the rain, but had a fine dinner at an Indian restaurant, and then parted ways, Brian to some mysterious shared overnight digs, and me to catch the train from Grand Central to New Haven, where I had a hotel room for the night. Grand Central is a picturesque place:



This morning, I caught a train from New Haven to New London and then followed a route I've ridden previously with @gugie and a local friend when we headed back to Boston after Weigle's French Fender Day in 2017. I passed the Connecticut/Rhode Island line:



And soon was treated to a 20-plus mile paved rail-trail, largely downhill all the way to Providence:



By the time I got home, my bike was rattling like mad and the front generator hub sounded like a empty spinning oil drum full of rocks. Time for some maintenance!
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Bike ride home on the Tommasini

”Rides like it’s on rails”
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NoVa Ride



Doc (AKA "the Machine") up the road again


Andy trying to conceal his non-CV bike


Memorial at the site of Battle of Aldie, June 17 1863


Guard chicken


Andy on what I thought was the last climb


Me getting a gap on Andy


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Yep, a gorgeous day through some beautiful countryside. That Guard Chicken was at the entrance to the Mountville Folk Festival that was setting up for the weekend.

Rare NDS shot of my '88 Cannondale ST500, which I call 'Three Parts' because there are only three original Shimano 105 components left on the frame (not including the paint!).
We rode past miles and miles of those stone walls.





Not exactly sure what SpagettiLegs is doing as he rolls past me...


...but he turned around after to see if I caught it on camera...

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Andy plugged away all day, even though he didn't feel totally up to snuff. What a heroic effort!



Where we turned onto Hopewell Road, about 8 miles from the finish. While waiting for Andy and Hugh, took a LONG video from this vantage point of a freight train coming through for my 4 year old grandson, who's obsessed with trains.



All in all, another wonderful day in the Virginia countryside.
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Bday ride to Santa Fe Dam with a good friend of mine on his Trek



Saw this one.



Came in handy to carry my one house key...thanks @hazetguy

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Looks like a fun week. Did you go route 9 from AC? guessing route 9 to route 70?
Jason, we actually stayed on route 9 just about all the way to Toms River, expecting thunderstorms the entire time--though that didn't happen until we were on the train in Bay Head. The funkiest part was crossing the Mullica River. We weren't sure bikes were allowed on 9 at that point, but figured we'd head that way and find out. It was two miles of essentially riding on the highway shoulder, but never did see a sign that said we couldn't!
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Jason, we actually stayed on route 9 just about all the way to Toms River, expecting thunderstorms the entire time--though that didn't happen until we were on the train in Bay Head. The funkiest part was crossing the Mullica River. We weren't sure bikes were allowed on 9 at that point, but figured we'd head that way and find out. It was two miles of essentially riding on the highway shoulder, but never did see a sign that said we couldn't!
Yeah, Route 9 can be sketchy in places, there is a reason it used to be called “Killer 9”. Hit me up next time in Jersey.
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Wow, some great riding, great pics!

My sweetie and I took the tandem out for 38.2 miles today. The weather was trending to warm but dry so the riding was great.

One goal was to ride the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail. There is a nice park with a lake and a beach near the middle. When we got there expecting to eat a quiet lunch we found some "doings" going on, a Children's Ride affiliated with the Pan Mass Challenge. Really nice. Or rather, to use the word of the day, awesome!




Then we rode to the southern end, which sort of stops for now though it will eventually be extended further.



Of course the weather was predicted to produce thunderstorms in spots. We tried not to ride though any spots but one almost caught us on our return to the car. Felt a few sprinkles but nothing serious. Then we drove off to a farm stand and the sky opened up! Good timing, I say. Or rather, fortunate timing.
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It was beautiful out so we rode out to a lake to enjoy the beautiful day. Proceeded to get caught in crazy thunderstorms and hail, wound up spending most of the time taking shelter in a park bathroom. Oh the places you'll go...



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Throw on a little Bob Dylan and have a party...pretty good sized ice cubes.
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