Category Archives: 150-200 miles

San Francisco Randonneurs – Russian River 300km

Another SFR ride, another morning crossing the Golden Gate bridge. Once again, Metin was kind enough give me a ride to the early morning start. I recognize a few more randos at the start each time, which is reassuring on … Continue reading

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LA Wheelmen Grand Tour Lite 200k

In early September, we moved to Los Angeles. (Kathy works 3 month positions as a nurse in hospitals, and we were previously in Puyallup and Olympia, WA this year). LA has been harder to find rides, oddly enough. Few randos, … Continue reading

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2014 Cascade 1240km – Day Four – Mazama to Monroe

It was tough leaving the comfy bed at the Mazama Inn for the last day. I was on the road by 6:10am with few other randos behind me. Knowing that the day was starting with the climb up Washington Pass, … Continue reading

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Seattle International Randonneurs – Spring 300km

After a successful 200km, I was feeling good about the idea of riding 300km. While I’ve done this distance before, the forecast was for pouring rain all day, and it’s also March. I was still commuting in NY for Jan/Feb, … Continue reading

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Canandaigua – 175mi / 280k

5:25am my alarm goes off and I hop out of bed and see the pile of clothes I laid out the night before in order of what to put on first. I ate the usual cereal for breakfast, and 6am … Continue reading

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Sunday ride report – Montezuma & Chimney Bluffs

The forecast was for a rainy afternoon, but after checking the radar in the morning, I decided to go for it anyway. It was just before 6am when I started so I attached a few blinkies to stay visible while … Continue reading

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Keuka ride report: Six Lakes

Yet again the Sunday forecast was for rain during parts of the day. Like other potentially rainy Sundays recently, Mary Ann planned to do the route on Saturday instead (I would love to hear how that ride went, if people … Continue reading

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