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    Another one from Fairland yesterday. Playing on a log that is laying diagonally across the trail on an uphill without a good run up to it.



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    No sun today, but we did get up to 71°F so I was in shorts for my April century. Used the Main and Rhein Radwegs and roads and trails through Darmstadt back to Frankfurt.

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ID:	17774 EuroVelo 15 heading south into Nierstein

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ID:	17775 Stopped here for second breakfast

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ID:	17776 Rheinfähre Landskrone at Nierstein, sort of like the General Early at White's Ferry without the cable

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ID:	17777 Altes Tor, Befestigunganlage, Worms

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ID:	17778 Nibelungenturm, sort of like the Roosevelt Bridge, yeah, right
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    Woot! Published in Dirt Rag Magazine (issue 204).



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    Default Emerald City Ride 2018 Video

    I've got a new video out for the latest big group ride in the Seattle area that I did a week and a half ago: the Emerald City Ride 2018. It's basically Seattle's equivalent to the DC Bike Ride with a route on roads normally closed to cyclists.

    This year, the route went on the Alaskan Way Viaduct, an elevated and ugly (think Whitehurst Freeway) highway running over parts of the waterfront and generally being a barrier between downtown and the bay which is set to be torn down (finally) this year along with some big renovations to the waterfront area. The route also took cyclists across the high up (kinda scary to look out over the edge) Aurora Ave bridge, and went back south on the Interstate 5 express lanes which were really cool to ride on. Also, there are so. many. lanes. dedicated. to. cars. it's. ridiculous. (warning: your punctuation limit for periods has almost been reached).

    It being the Pacific Northwest, the weather was cold and rainy, so I had to wipe my camera lens off from time to time (still got some raindrops in the way), but it also being the Pacific Northwest, all different kinds of cyclists were there anyways including parents with their kids.

    Enjoy the video, and hopefully you are drier and warmer watching this than we were!



    P.S. I included the audio from when we rode on Alaskan Way through a tunnel as people reverted to more primal forms as they hooted and hollered with echoes. It was fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobco85 View Post
    P.S. I included the audio from when we rode on Alaskan Way through a tunnel as people reverted to more primal forms as they hooted and hollered with echoes. It was fun
    I think making noise when going through a tunnel on a bike is the law, no matter what coast you're on

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    This is your PSA to always wear your helmet... and not ride on top of logs with wet, slippery bark



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    It's been a Mary Poppins week cycling weather-wise in Frankfurt, practically perfect! Yesterday I had an HDCC morning ride to the Äppel-Bistro at the MainÄppelHaus on the Lohrberg. In the afternoon I did a solo ride up to Bad Nauheim, former "home" of Elvis and George Patton.

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ID:	17815 The view over Frankfurt is obscured by the tree

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ID:	17816 Enjoying a Kaffee und Apfelkuchen, sort of like my mother used to make

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ID:	17817 Pavè between Nieder-Rosbach and Friedberg

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ID:	17818 More pavè between Nieder and Ober-Mörlen

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ID:	17819 When you're in the Taunus, you have to go uphill on gravel

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    Riding on Frankfurt's GrünGürtel on Monday.


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    Back to Bad Nauheim on another practically perfect day to ride.

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ID:	17821 Kurpark, Bad Nauheim

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ID:	17822 Sprudelhof, Bad Nauheim

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ID:	17824 Looking towards Friedberg

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ID:	17825 Cherry tree in bloom in the Friedhof, Okarben

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    This month the Library of Congress is featuring photos of old. You can see them by going to https://loc.gov and scrolling to the bottom of the page.

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