It was a warm 91 degrees when I got out of the car, but I was still itching to get started on my 2,000 foot climb up Lusardi Road.
Perhaps the title for this post is a bit overblown, but I thought it sounded better than "Today's Bike Ride", and if there is one thing I've learned, it's that anytime you do anything outdoorsy or moderately adventurous, exaggerations always make things sound more epic...
I always expected to return to Horsethief road sooner. We had a good ride out this road over a year ago, and I meant to get out there again and push a little further relatively soon after our first trip...
Our last backroads-biking trip was back in December. After our last attempt was a success (after so many failed attempts), I expected to get back out pretty quickly
After quite a few failed attempts, we finally found a great road to ride our bikes out towing hauling our 15 month-old in his own private chariot...
Another failed attempt at riding some backroads with a child in tow.
We got off to a bit of a slow start today, so we only did a six mile bike ride, but it was nearly perfect for those six miles! It was a lightly travelled back-road on Mt. Laguna with a good surface, and it had some good climbing involved...
Enough with the concrete already. We need dirt, and trees, and hills to ride up and down. And pie. Yes, dirt, trees, hills, and pie! Brilliant!
Today we took another bike ride to help get the little man get used to the bike trailer...
The Built Environment