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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbelt View Post
    SteveO spotted at DCCX yesterday -- because of the funny hat he beat me by several places!
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    For some reason I did not feel like riding the Libby Hill cobblestones this morning.

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    Default Scoot-ing around Seattle

    This past Saturday, I was able to give yet another DC-area bicycle friend a nice bike tour of the Seattle area. This time, it was scoot who joined me for a ride through the rain starting in Bellevue and crossing Lake Washington not once but twice along the way. I unfortunately had 3 flats (2 before we met up, ugh), the 1st and 3rd being due to a piece of glass that apparently had left an even smaller piece for later.

    We were caught in the rain the entire time in Bellevue, but once we made it through Mercer Island and across Lake Washington into Seattle, things had mostly cleared up. We rode many, many of the PBL's in downtown Seattle including some busy commuter routes. It was surprisingly a nice weather day considering it's mid-October here (beginning of "The Grey" where everything will mostly be overcast and somewhat rainy until May).

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    scoot crossing the 5th longest floating bridge in the world on the I-90 Trail on Lake Washington; selfie time on the José Rizal Bridge with a nice view of downtown Seattle

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    Tourist attractions: Pike Place Market, Space Needle, & Amazon Spheres

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    Cascade Bicycle Club and Seattle Neighborhood Greenways were celebrating 1 million bike crossings of the popular Fremont Bridge (scoot and I were 1,000,399th and 1,000,400th to cross this year)

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    At the local Google office; always nice views of the Seattle skyline and Lake Union from Gas Works Park

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    Crossing the 520 Bridge, the longest floating bridge in the world, as we left Seattle and headed back towards Bellevue

    Oh, random thing, I'll be back in the DC area for a week in early November. See y'all then!

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    I'm in Belfast, Northern Ireland for a couple of days and since there's been decent weather, I rented a bike mostly riding along the Lagan River/Canal Towpath.

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ID:	20479 Norm's (in Smithfield Market) facilitated the rental of a Fuji Absolute hybrid from Belfast City Bike Tours

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ID:	20480 One of the Royal Bank of Scotland funded mileposts for the National Cycling Network, this one from Route 9.

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ID:	20481 A view down the Lagan River in the Titanic Quarter. The Titanic Museum is the silver building.

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ID:	20482 Hey Steve O, should they remove these useless bollards?

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ID:	20483 drevil, you want to hop this one? No, I did not ride down this path, it's for walkers.

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    Another Steve O sighting at the cyclycross raceClick image for larger version. 

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    On to Bristol, England yesterday and a ride with Boomer to Bath and back along the Railway Trail.

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ID:	20487 Remembrance Day Sunday in front of Bath Abbey

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ID:	20488 Alongside Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station

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ID:	20489 We stopped at Business As Usual for the Rapha pop-up and coffee

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    England and Wales Remembrance Day Ride with Boomer to Tintern Abbey.

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ID:	20492 At Northwick heading to the M48 Severn River Bridge. Both sides had a side path, the up river side was open on the way out, the down river side on the way back.

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ID:	20493 The M4 Severn River Prince of Wales Bridge, no side path on either side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VikingMariner View Post
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    You stay much MUCH warmer when running than when riding. I ran to work this morning (23F) in light tights and a wool base layer on top and was quite toasty (except for my fingers). When I ran to work last week (43F), I wore shorts and a long sleeve tech shirt and was almost too warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunyata View Post
    You stay much MUCH warmer when running than when riding. I ran to work this morning (23F) in light tights and a wool base layer on top and was quite toasty (except for my fingers). When I ran to work last week (43F), I wore shorts and a long sleeve tech shirt and was almost too warm.
    This is all exceedingly true yet that dude had no shirt at 47 degrees. I ran a marathon at about that temp and yup there were shirts involved, partially because pinning the number to my chest woulda hurt otherwise, granted.

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