This past February I complained that the Alum Creek Green Way trail had an incomplete transition at Refugee Road. Well, the county/city or whoever is in charge of the trail has recently completed the trail crossing. Someone took a spin down the trail and took a pic Friday evening,
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Craigslist has a posting for a 4 wheel 2 person bike. I am wondering how receptive I would be commuting down Broad Street during rush hour taking up a whole lane. With a boom box blaring music from the passenger seat.
NEWARK — The Thomas J. Evans Foundation filed a motion Monday asking the court to either compel bike-path opponents to answer questions or establish certain facts for the purposes of an ongoing lawsuit.
A hearing on the motion has been scheduled for 8 a.m. Dec. 10 in front of Licking County Common Pleas Court Judge Thomas Marcelain.
This bike lock deters the opportunist thief by making the abuser's experience as unpleasant as possible without having a detrimental effect on the user.
SmartLock is a cable lock that has cores of compressed air and liquid running through its body. If cut, the liquids spray out over the perpetrator, his tools, the bike and the scene of the crime. A bike that has been stolen will be covered in coloured dye (the dye renders the bike undesirable and therefore unsellable) as well as transluscent Smartwater - an invisible forensic property marking liquid.
At approximately sometime this morning, a netizen from the city of Bozeman, Montana accessed the Columbus Rides blog. I appreciate the effort by the one cyclist living in Montana to make it to my site. I hope we can convert more people in Montana to the cyclism in the future. I have completed the fifty. And many countries as well. Check out the maps.
"Keep the rubber side down" - as The Crow would say...
Still waiting for the elusive visit from a member of the biking community in Montana. Anywhere in Montana would be good. Hawaii had 2 visits. Even Alaska has some visits - 9 total this past month. Go figure. And I didn't even have any Palin material on my site.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — James Cromwell was injured in a fall from his bicycle over the weekend and was expected to be released from a hospital Monday, his publicist said. Cromwell, 68, suffered a broken collarbone and a partially deflated lung, according to a statement released Monday by publicist Nancy Seltzer. She said Cromwell is a serious cyclist who was training on a Los Angeles-area canyon road Sunday when he fell from the bike. Cromwell starred in the "Babe" movies and recently portrayed the first President Bush in "W." Seltzer said Cromwell would be well enough to complete his work schedule on the new TV drama "My Own Worst Enemy."
Cold and clear. It was moony out. Very bright. 33 degrees to start. We had about 20 people, including Casey at the start. Evan wanted to lead so we headed south. For some reason, whether by choice (some went to bike polo), or just missing the fact that people left the launch pad we lost half the group before the turn at 12th? We crossed Summit and 4th and went south to 5th. We then proceeded due east as far as possible to Hamilton. Left onto Hamilton and then left onto Sawyer. Sawyer is a connector road that takes you to the airport terminal from the east. It also is a rollercoaster ride underneath the runway connectors. We stopped to debate if we should ride through the terminal, nixed it and headed west. We turned onto E 17th street (although that may not be the name now with the road realignment) and popped out on Johnstown and then onto Cassady. Cassady to Airport. Airport down to Nelson. We rode Broad up to Franklin Park and rode into the park and out onto Fair. We popped out on Oak after meandering through the neighborhood and headed into town. After riding around the construction at the Mall we ended at the High Beck. No breakdowns.
Temps dropped to 28 out of city. I recommend a scarf or balaclava, and good gloves. I was ribbed for wearing all spandex and booties as well, but I was warm.
9 people completed the ride.
20 miles total. Average posted later...
I did a pre-ride warmup and ride back to the car gave me 33 miles.
I was reviewing my traffic and noticed that I have had visits this past month from every state, except for Montana. I know they have mountains, but I see the population is pretty low. Sounds like West Virginia to me.
A little background on Montana for the geographically challenged. From Wiki, of course.
Montana (/mɒnˈtænə/ is a state in the Western United States. The western third of the state contains numerous mountain ranges; other 'island' ranges are found in the central third of the state, for a total of 77 named ranges of the Rocky Mountains. This geographic and geographical fact is reflected in the state's name, derived from the Spanish word montaña 'mountain', from Latin. The state nickname is the "Treasure State." Other nicknames include "Land of Shining Mountains," "Big Sky Country," and the slogan "The Last Best Place." The state ranks fourth in area, but 44th in population, and therefore has the third lowest population density in the United States. The economy is primarily based on ranching and wheat farming in the east, lumber and tourism in the west, oil and coal in the east, and hard rock mining in the west. Millions of tourists annually visit Glacier National Park, the Battle of Little Bighorn site, and three of the five entrances to Yellowstone National Park.
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The Iceman Cometh Challenge is a 27 mile point-to-point mountain bike race from Kalkaska to Traverse City, Michigan. Held traditionally on the first Saturday of November (except for years when the first Saturday of November is the 1st), the 19th annual Iceman will be held on Saturday, November 8, 2008. Just under $25,000 in cash prizes and $10,000 in merchandise prizes will be awarded.
Designed for Dave Zabriskie (DZ) by a pharmaceutical scientist to reduce and relieve chafing, irritation, and protect fragile perineal skin from bacterial and fungal infections. Formulated for real and synthetic chamois.
"Proper MAINTAINTANANCE of the perineal area is essential during high level training and racing. Nothing can ruin stage race success faster than an infected saddle sore." --Dave Zabriskie