Thursday, December 11, 2008

SF to LA, 1902

I have no idea when this was taken, who it is, the location, or the photographer.

Here are Big Blue and The Lads looking purposeful at the graveyard.


This was a very nice day for us. It may snow tomorrow and put a crimp in our cycling, but it will be cool to have some winter weather.

Apparently, I'm a sartorial man, now.

Huh. Glad I stuck with it for so long.


Fxdwhl said...

So how's the lone cog handle the trailering? Gears on the roadbike now but maybe not forever (too much fiddling).

Jonny Hamachi said...

Don't Go Changing

A23 said...

Running a 36/18 is the worst of both worlds.

Though, by the time track season starts, I'm gonna have tree trunks and a wicked spin.

Trailers are GO!

Gunnar Berg said...

The photo is French cyclotourist Paulette Callet/Porthault climbing the Galibier in the 1930s. She is still alive and riding up to 40km a day. She last climbed the Galibier when she was 75 years old. In her day she could kick your ass.

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