tall old member
Yesterday’s ride was nice. I didn’t stop to talk to anybody until I was done riding and loading my bike up I talked with the lady parked next to me loading her bike.
Nah, it's the same want all the time......even during the actual ride.....i12ride even more. I'm using an old trainer that the resistance part blew up on (somehow) to mount an alternator to so I can be a 12v generator......bkup for generac and solar setups, lol.It's amazing how being told you can't do something makes you want to do it all that much more. I remember the frustration from my own medical restrictions earlier in the year. I also remember how utterly sweet it was to hit the saddle following the lifting of the restriction. Hang in there.
Yeah .... that's what I said .... and I mean it.Happy birthday!!
So awesome and inspiring!
Fruita is in a beautiful area and has embraced cycling culture to the point that they use a stylized chainring as the city symbol. I believe the heavy focus is on MTB adventures, but the town also offers a MUP and some sweet looking pavement in places. Like Grand Junction, it seems quite bike friendly. The downtown area is cute and entertaining. If you feel like it, you can catch the Kokopelli trailhead toward the edge of town and take it ~150mi to (relatively) nearby Moab.I passed through Fruita on the 9th. I thought the area looked great.