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  1. #16
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    tiffanie.. yep! That's Ocotillo... in the Anza Borrego desert... and this was hands down the hardest century I've ever ridden. The first 50 miles to lunch are all a 2% climb... with a couple of 14% hills thrown in, just in case your not hurting enough...

    the REAL problem tho was the wind... it was a head wind the entire climb... with gusts up to 50mph. It was actually scary... and many, many people turned back. By the time we got to lunch we had 10 minuted left before they were shutting it down... us and everyone else who'd just arrived! took us just over 4 hours to do the 50 miles...

    THEN you turn around... tailwind and downhill... there were 5 mile stretches where we'd be doing 30mph and not pedaling once! THIS pic was on the way back! LOL
    There is a fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness".

  2. #17
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    Here is me.
    The first one is me winning 26 miles Tour De Phoenix among women. I am very proud of it since it was my first ever race. That's why I have a very goofy smile on my face.
    The other two are with my husband. Trek Honeymoon in the wine country.
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  3. #18
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    Geez Lenusik, aren't you tiny? or it's just that your husband is so TALL
    Congruts on the race win? Any testosterone? just kidding kidding

    Cheri- looking very good

  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshNewbie
    Geez Lenusik, aren't you tiny? or it's just that your husband is so TALL
    Congruts on the race win? Any testosterone? just kidding kidding

    Cheri- looking very good
    Both, I am only 5'6 and 113 pounds, while my hubby is 6'6 ! I am glad that he is rather skinny for his hight. Imagine what kind of baby we are going to have. Poor me.

    No testosterone, but I guess I have plenty of estrogen. Maybe it helps too.

  5. #20
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    I don't have any photos of myself ON my bike, since I'm usually the one taking the photos. But I do have this one of me WITH my bike, waiting for the ferry to Oxford, MD, during the Womantours trip I took in May on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
    Bad JuJu: Team TE Bianchista
    "The road to hell is paved with works-in-progress." -Roth
    Read my blog: Works in Progress

  6. #21
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    hey JuJu doesn't look like your pic was uploaded or it's my pc?

  7. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshNewbie
    hey JuJu doesn't look like your pic was uploaded or it's my pc?
    Hmmm, I can see it. Anyone else?
    Bad JuJu: Team TE Bianchista
    "The road to hell is paved with works-in-progress." -Roth
    Read my blog: Works in Progress

  8. #23
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    I just realized this is the only photo I have of myself riding one of my road bikes.
    This one is at the end of Little Red Riding Hood Century in Utah.
    You can also see Cindysue and Jobob in the photo.
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    The most effective way to do it, is to do it.
    Amelia Earhart

    2005 Trek 5000 road/Avocet 02 40W
    2006 Colnago C50 road/SSM Atola
    2005 SC Juliana SL mtb/WTB Laser V

  9. #24
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    This is before Bike Against the Odds last fall....plan on doing it again next month....

    I've done a lot of cycling photography of others, here's a link to that site:
    http://mediamaverick.smugmug.com/

    I hope to shoot some more events this fall....

  10. #25
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    ride around the bear this year:



    this past january (no.... i'm not a terrorist!)



    my first ever mountain bike bike last summer:



    and again.... i'm not a terrorist on the MTB either! (i just get cold easily!)


  11. #26
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    I think I may have posted these before in another thread, but they're the best I have and I loved that ride:
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    "Bicycling is a big part of the future. It has to be. There's something wrong with a society that drives a car to workout in a gym." -- Bill Nye

  12. #27
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    Is that a sensor on the pole, so the camera trips when a rider goes by? Makes sense. Every picture perfectly timed.

    Quote Originally Posted by jobob
    Here's one of my Photocrazy pics from the Marin Century this past Saturday.
    LeeBob and I went by at 10:55

    Oil is good, grease is better.

    2007 Peter Mooney w/S&S couplers/Terry Butterfly
    1993 Bridgestone MB-3/Avocet O2 Air 40W
    1980 Columbus Frame with 1970 Campy parts
    1954 Raleigh 3-speed/Brooks B72

  13. #28
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    I'm in the blue after finishing my first century last month





  14. #29
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    No "racing" pictures yet, but here I am on my new bike, only 2 weeks ago, on the first day I got it!...
    Lisa
    Our bikes...OurBikes...and my mountain dulcimer blog
    Ruby's Website and My blog
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  15. #30
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    Great Pictures, Everyone!!

    This is me waving for my picture at the Tour de Sewer in April:

    And this is at the LA River Ride in May:
    Think of bicycles as rideable art that can just about save the world. ~ Grant Petersen

 

 

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