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  • Tina Sumner
    Tina Sumner:

    We are off on our great 2018 cycling adventure. Last week we were in June Lake, CA and took a couple of great road rides and spent a day at Mammoth Mountain mountain biking. Being in our sixties you might think we are too old but nope, we had a great d...  more
    • July 15
    • · via iPad
  • Tina Sumner
    Tina Sumner:
    Old Morning, if you get over to the California’s Central Coast be sure to ride the Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail. It is so beautiful and fun to ride on a trail that is off the road. On the first day we began near the Monterey Bay Aquarium and ro...  more
    • April 25
    • · via iPad
    • Jason and Karen and 3 others like this.
    • Tina Sumner
      Regis & Cindy My daughter used to live in Spreckles so while visiting her we rode that trail. Beautiful!
      • April 26
  • Tina Sumner
    Tina Sumner:
    Well, I think we have finalized our plans for our summers travels. Our goals are to visit family, participate in organized cycling events (since Mike got his knees replaced this year we will be riding metric centuries), explore the Pacific Northwest and ...  more
    • February 27
    • · via iPad
    • Barry & Millie-Ambassadors and 3 others like this.
    • Tina Sumner
      Marie n Rick Have not done any of the organized rides that you'll be doing, but wish I was doing some. I like the Bend area.  With all the riding you should be able to ride up the Going to Sun road in Glacier. When I did it they had certain times they allowed bik...  more
      • February 28
    • Tina Sumner
      Tina Sumner Thanks Rick, we will check out the Going to the Sun Road.  
      • February 28
    • Tina Sumner
      Regis & Cindy Olympic discovery trail is a great ride and the Sequim Audubon center is a must do stop along this trail
      • April 26
  • James & Laurie Barbour
    James & Laurie Barbour :
    Hello! I am looking for a recommendation of a 2 - 4 bike rack I can mount on the back door of my Sprinter Van. I like the platform types, but did not know that a lot of these are only sold outside of the US. For instance: Thule Elite Van XT Cycle Carrier ...  more
    • February 9
    • James & Laurie Barbour
      Marie n Rick Check out Amazon for bike racks.  I found a Yakima full tilt 4 bike rack. Looked pretty cool.  Link might take you there if I did it right. 


      www.amazon.com/Yakima-FullTilt-4-Bike-Premium-Locking/dp/B009P3MJPM/...  more
      • February 9
    • James & Laurie Barbour
      James & Laurie Barbour That looks pretty cool. Thank you. I don't think that would allow me to open the doors without unloading the bikes first. That led me to this one that swings away: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00653V3XY?ref=emc_b_5_t
      • February 9
    • James & Laurie Barbour
      James & Laurie Barbour This swing one too from Yakima:  http://a.co/7abaMLg
      • February 9
    • James & Laurie Barbour
      Marie n Rick Ya not sure if the tilt one would give you enough room to fully open the door, but the swing away one looks like it would work. Mounting my bikes on the back of toad. So don't have your issue.  good luck with it
    • James & Laurie Barbour
      Sandy and Peter We got a hard sided bike box from Let’s Go Aero.  It is expensive but keeps the bikes dry and secure.  The box will slide back and both doors will open on our Sprinter.
  • Regis & Cindy
    Regis & Cindy:
    We live on the Withlacoochee trail and ride recumbent bikes and trikes and are boondockerswelcome hosts.
    • January 31
    • · via iPhone
    • Donna & Saty and 3 others like this.
    • Regis & Cindy
      Donna & Saty Hi. I’m not familiar with the trail u mentioned but my husband and I love riding bike trails on our trips. We both have power assist bikes and his is a hand cycle trike and recumbent. We are in our 70’s and don’t go fast or ride in cold or heavy rain but ...  more
      • January 31
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      • Regis & Cindy
        Regis & Cindy Our trail is 46 miles long and paved, through a lot of old Fl. It’s a gem and since it’s a rail trail there aren’t any steep hills. There are a group of handcycles training here now. I think they are a German racing team.
        • January 31
    • Regis & Cindy
      Judith Pierce & Larry Nixon We’ve probably seen you! We’ve been riding that trail for the last month.
      • April 25
  • Curtis
    Curtis:
    There is an AWESOME tool here where you can find people into biking (or anything really) AROUND you! Click the "Search" button, then choose search members. Play with it. I did a search for 1) interests: biking, 2) distance from me:100 miles, 3) have a pro...  more
    • January 30
  • Cuervo
    Cuervo:
    Hi everyone....new to the website....avid MB'er....loving my Fatbike, great in soft sand and (AWOL) snow
    • January 30
    • Deborah & Aaron Thompson and 4 others like this.
    • Cuervo
      Curtis There is an AWESOME tool here where you can find people into biking AROUND you. Click the "Search" button, then choose search members. Play with it. I did a search for 1) interests: biking 2) distance from me:100 miles, 3) have a profile photo: Yes. ...  more
    • Cuervo
      Cuervo Thanx Curtis, I'll check it out.
      • January 30
  • Tina Sumner
    Tina Sumner:
    Oops I meant to post this pic with the previous post.
    • January 30
    • · via iPad
  • Tina Sumner
    Tina Sumner:
    Yesterday we took a ten mile dirt road ride in Joshua Tree National Park. I was a beautiful day! If you are interested, park at the Geology Tour Road parking lot. Across the road is a dirt road heading to the Desert Queen Mine. Start there, the ride i...  more
    • January 30
    • · via iPad
  • Tina Sumner
    Tina Sumner:
    Wish you were here! Winter is a great time for cycling in California’s Central Valley. The air is clear and temperatures are 50-60 degrees. Today was a great ride.
    • January 7
    • · via iPad