Shuffling the Fleet


I don’t keep old bikes. It’s become a bit of a problem really, but every year about this time I get involved in “the shuffle”. I sell my race bike in order to buy a new one for the next season. This year I sold my Trek Portland rain bike making way for my new Baron. My wife is convinced it all makes for a very complex money drain, but somehow it all seems to work out.

Rollin Lightnin’ in SF

Potential Saddle for Pink Bike

In white for Pam’s Pink Bike. Women are so picky about their saddles, don’t know if that’d work, but it looks nice. Also in black.

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Pretty in Pink and folding

Continuing our Pink theme, just spotted this pink and turquoise Brompton.

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Huggacast 69: Monterey Bike Paths

Best known for its aquarium, Jazz festival, Steinbeck, and Cannery Row, Monterey also has an impressive bike path that’s a central tourist activity. We rode it on Saturday to the Lighthouse and back. For tourism, it’s high on the list, but just for riding, Santa Barbara still has the best we’ve ridden.

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