Our fearless ride leader for today, May Woo, led 13 folks of the Ride-On crew from San Francisco to Tunitas Creek and back to the city today for a total of 90 miles and 7,000ft. of climbing!
My first 400k is done and done!
Our epic (mis)adventures on the 360K from Davis to SF.
We "accidentally" rode 101 miles on Friday night, then went for a mind-blowing mixed-terrain ride on Sunday!
With the Russian River 300k rapidly approaching in early March, last weekend would be one of the few opportunities left to put in some hard miles. I scanned a map of the Bay Area to see where I hadn't ridden before -- I get bored with pedaling the same routes over and over again pretty quickly -- and spotted Mt. Umunhum in the South Bay.
My second 200k is in the books: the Two Rock-Valley Ford ride in Marin!
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.
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.
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.