I rode my pieced-together Elgin tanker/roadster today. Another really nice day in the flats..57 mi..
"Turnaround Park" where I turn back around when riding inland up San Diego Creek which drains into the Upper Newport Bay & Estuary.
It was 46 out so we decided to go on a bike ride to the Carnegie Art Museum. It's in an area of Pittsburgh that's a bit harder to get to, so it was quite the epic ride!
Once the sun set there was a definite drop in temperature. I still cant feel my legs.
We met some four legged friends
One of van Goghs last paintings
Off to find food
A bar that seemed adorable...until we ate their food. Hah.
Stevo and I had a great 27-mi ride yesterday with this stop on the last leg
I stuffed everything from my rando bag into the front pouch
and we brought home 14 liters of BBQ
This cold morning on the alamodome sprint, Tad debuted a new bike. We blew everyone away, but made a 3-block detour for this photo op.
Two nice city officers wearing cowboy hats obliged us this photo
yes, I'm bundled, layered, and feeling no pain
With any luck, I'm stealing Tad's thunder today on his new Mercian...
Really a beauty - he liked the brick background better, but I liked this blue wall
Great choice on the aged Brooks Pro
my favorite half-step plus granny triple - the fun thing about this, you can kick it into granny, leave the pavement, and take off across most any terrain - certainly any single-track.
Exactly how I got to 2Bros BBQ yesterday.
driven by fairly classic Shimano 600
Tad just got this frame on Friday, and worked like a one-armed paper hanger yesterday to get her on the road this cold morning
Happy tad, and no wonder
a project still in the works, but a keeper
this one's for Tad - now we have to get him shifting first on the FD - use the half-steps dude