My second 200k is in the books: the Two Rock-Valley Ford ride in Marin!
The Bearded One and I made our way to Louisville, Kentucky this weekend for a (potentially) once-in-a-lifetime event: the annual UCI Cyclocross World Championships were being held in the U.S. for the first time in its storied 64-year history.
The Bearded One and I went for an evening fixed gear ride tonight on the Bay Trail in the hopes of rounding up my overall mileage for January to 700. Just as we were approaching the point to turn around so we could find a place to have a late dinner, I suddenly heard a loud, "CRACK!"
The Pt. Reyes Lighthouse 200k was my longest ride within a 24-hour period to date, and I'll do one more next month (2 Rock/Valley Ford) before tackling the Russian River 300k in March.
Today was the last opportunity to do a big ride in preparation of the Pt. Reyes 200k, so I chose Mr. Morgan Meets Diablo.
Today we rode our mountain bikes in the glorious winter sunshine up to Hill 88.
There's a section of the I-580, just before you cross the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, where cyclists can ride along the shoulder of the highway. I've always wondered why anyone would brave this busy little stretch of road, so I did a little research and found out that you can pedal to Pt. Molate.
The Bearded One and I took a fun week-long holiday mountain bike trip just outside of Phoenix, Arizona.
Cracking Down On Cycling Crime: The San Francisco Police Department’s Bicycle Theft Prevention Workshop
The San Francisco Police Department hosted a bicycle theft prevention workshop at Google's San Francisco location tonight. Only 20 people came to their first workshop last year, but due to popular demand, they had a nearly full house in attendance for this evening's session.
Tonight was SFBC's annual fundraising gala that was held at the City View at the Metreon Rooftop.
Folks from all corners of the Bay Area turned up today to show their support for Kachusha "Chuey" Munkanta at today's Soil Saloon cyclocross race.
The Bay Area cycling community rallied again this past week to help Leonel Quinteros recover his stolen Focus cyclocross bicycle through the power of social media.