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    Took the Zaskar out for a good spin this past weekend. 20+ miles of socal singletrack loveliness!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    Yesterday it was three separate college women
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    Guessing this is mostly due to the handsome operator rather than the neon paint.


    Nice lookin' views on that trail!


    Bonus points for the vintage Jandd bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed View Post
    Guessing this is mostly due to the handsome operator rather than the neon paint.
    Bonus points for the vintage Jandd bag.
    Yeah, good old J and D. I should have used my (faded) neon green one.

    I came home and my wife said, "You're picking up college girls on your ride?!?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    Yeah, good old J and D. I should have used my (faded) neon green one.

    I came home and my wife said, "You're picking up college girls on your ride?!?"
    You need your neon ultimate back for a neon "test" of sorts.

    Is that an actual J and D (pre 82 I think)? I think they divorced and it became Jandd after that.

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    The neon Ultimate was another head turner, even for non-bikers. Most of the bikers recognize this as a Yo, with the
    paint giving them about a 50 yard heads-up.

    Newer JANDD bag. My oldest is 1988.

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    A few weeks back I had to re-sew straps on the two Jannd bags I have left that didn't have holes worn through them. Still the only seat bag I use.
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    From a recent trip to Oakridge, OR



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    I'm seeing Waldo Lake and Alpine. Don't know the first one, but that is a pretty ubiquitous shot for the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarth View Post
    I'm seeing Waldo Lake and Alpine. Don't know the first one, but that is a pretty ubiquitous shot for the area.
    Very good. The first shot is also from the Alpine loop.

    Can you guess this one? From the amount of overgrowth we guessed it was a less travelled route (much much less travelled).



    That's my buddy way up there in the blue shirt. You might need to squint to see him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by classen View Post
    From a recent trip to Oakridge, OR
    Great pics. I hear Oakridge is incredible.

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    Evening ride a couple days ago (hard to see trail in 1st pic):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    What bike?
    Vintage wheel size on modern bike. 650b Stumpy FSR.

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    Despite the warm weather, the leaves are beginning to change



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    Great ride today. Fog, Sun and then fantastic light in the woods.


    trail by gearlessinseattle, on Flickr


    Summit by gearlessinseattle, on Flickr


    Light2 by gearlessinseattle, on Flickr

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    nice

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    Hood River Views

    Some spectacular rides near Hood River, OR, back about 10 years ago. Photos by Jim Owen.
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    St. Helens/Plains of Abraham/Ape Canyon

    A fondly remembered ride back in about 2003 or so with Chris Kesting.
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    Jumpin' fences and anxious for some rain on a semi-vintage Funk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by classen View Post
    Very good. The first shot is also from the Alpine loop.
    I'd guess it is Heckletooth. Surprised that it would be that overgrown though...

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    Rocky trail on today's ride.

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    I have not ridden this trail, nor met anyone who has; I need better maps and some orienteering brush-up, but I think it's possible to bike from Chapman Res to Sheriff's Res via Sand Creek Trail, about a day-long loop ride, half double-track and a couple miles on a designated Scenic Byway to get back to the Chapman road. By the time my puppy was old enough to make the high meadow, it had already snowed (late Sept) so we had to turn around instead of pushing through; we'll get back up there probably June-ish for more scouting.

    This ride might only be possible clockwise, and might require a fatbike (or lots of portaging), but I'd love for someone to prove me wrong on both counts. Awesome hiking trail regardless, the beetles haven't quite found it yet -- many trails I used to ride hereabouts are now dangerous due to deadfall or potential for wildfire, or chock-full of other people. May also make for a good overnight bikepacking trip. Sheriff's Reservoir is 1/2-hour drive from my home. I don't use Strava, maybe this ride's already on there? Anyway, lots of water crossings and side trails, one bridge but it's over a boggy spot.

    This ride would be in the "Little Flat Tops" area, bordering on the Flat Tops Wilderness without crossing the line into no-bikes territory. Black Mountain:

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    Sand Lake:

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    Upper meadow, the only pics I took w/ trail in them:

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    A wonderful morning, 70s.... short sleeves and shorts. What month is this?Trail Pics-ride-pic.jpg

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    <a href="http://s6.photobucket.com/user/threadedtitanium/media/IMG_8641-001-1.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y213/threadedtitanium/IMG_8641-001-1.jpg" border="0" alt=" photo IMG_8641-001-1.jpg"/></a>

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    4k footies in 18 miles.

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    That's only 1173.3333333333 ft. per mile. Wimp!
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Nice angle on that pic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff View Post
    That's only 1173.3333333333 ft. per mile. Wimp!

    I have weak legs.
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    I am a very busy guy and seldom have time to ride any trails other than the one behind my house in Claremont. So here is today's ride in the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. Shown is the lower end of Burbank fire road and my Santana Moda striking a pose.
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    Recent trail view of the Pacific.

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    Happy New Year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed View Post
    Recent trail view of the Pacific.

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    Happy New Year!
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    Phoenix takin' a break.
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    Lovely technical downhill that really pushed the P22 to its downhill limits. Or perhaps the riders downhill limits on a rigid mtn bike The looks I received by all the full sus riders was so priceless!

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    Fairly boring scenery here usually, but some rare snow spiced it up a bit for my ride today.


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    Nuthin nearly as nice but a quick ride before it's too dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrangeBike13 View Post
    Some spectacular rides near Hood River, OR, back about 10 years ago. Photos by Jim Owen.
    Geez John, in the one shot it looks like even the trees are scared and leaning up hill. Beginning to think you rode seatless bikes back in the day because your balls were so big, making it the only way to ride.


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    You would like Hood River and Bingen. Immoderate slopes and changes of altitude.

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    A little Lewis Morris Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCMDoc View Post
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    Cool to see you riding the "new" one...how's it feel?


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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoaststeve View Post
    Cool to see you riding the "new" one...how's it feel?


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    Felt great!

    I'm not sure of the geometry on this especially with the Salsa Cromoto forks (I believe that's what these are) but I've always preferred the steeper angles Tomac spec'ed on his bikes.
    If this is his "standard" 72/73 then no wonder I was comfortable on it.
    I must admit I prefer the wrist-saving features of front suspension, though
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCMDoc View Post
    Felt great!

    I'm not sure of the geometry on this especially with the Salsa Cromoto forks (I believe that's what these are) but I've always preferred the steeper angles Tomac spec'ed on his bikes.
    If this is his "standard" 72/73 then no wonder I was comfortable on it.
    I must admit I prefer the wrist-saving features of front suspension, though
    Cool pics (and bike) Doc. Looks like your spring is lagging a little behind ours.

    Over the years I've ridden many times solo, with friends, with groups you don't know well yet, etc., but it sure is tough to beat a nice ride with kids

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    (Oh, and pardon crooked seat in last photo. Bike fell over and I didn't notice till I looked at the photo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed View Post


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    I'd frame that pic and give it to him on his wedding day.



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    1988 versus 1982

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    More Potato

    Friday on the way to Potato Mountain
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    Absolutely beautiful scenery

    F-B: I'd amend "tough" to "impossible" and agree 100%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed View Post
    Cool pics (and bike) Doc. Looks like your spring is lagging a little behind ours.
    Over the years I've ridden many times solo, with friends, with groups you don't know well yet, etc., but it sure is tough to beat a nice ride with kids
    (Oh, and pardon crooked seat in last photo. Bike fell over and I didn't notice till I looked at the photo)
    Nice to see that poor neglected CCR get some love!

    The kids are getting big!
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    Not to be outdone in the scenery dept.

    Retrotec on Thurs:





    Phoenix on Monday:

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    Must be hard to live with that sort of scenery every day.

    Oh and BTW boys ... Helloooooooo!!!!

    Time to work in a Tomac type bike.

    Rumpfy - I believe you have something that fits the bill.
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