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JRA

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More PNW forest riding. Tarbell Trail to Hidden Falls, WA State.

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Lot's of single track in them thar hills! And clear cuts. And green stuff and flowers this time of year are off the charts to the point where sometimes you had to guess where the trail was.

The bike in front of me crapped out 14 miles in and I had to shortcut 13 miles back to the car, mainly on logging roads. He made it back about 4 miles before I got to him and was worked due to lot's of uphill which didn't effect me much as I kept a steady pace and ran out of my 10ah battery about 100' from the car.
 

Saratoga Dave

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The point where the Erie Canal leaves the Mohawk for the final connection to the Hudson along Flight Lock Road, a quarter mile from my house.

Interestingly enough, Erie Canal riders following the normal route never see this or the three locks and one guard gate along Flight Lock Road. You have to deviate from the route and know how to find the spot, but it allows you to stay with the canal the entire Flight of Five locks that raise the level 165 feet, the biggest change on the whole canal system. I get to ride this section all the time, but have never encountered a single touring cyclist on it.
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Ravi Kempaiah

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Sunflowers in Nebraska.

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Mount Rushmore.


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Badlands National park.

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Panoramic view of the canyons and dunes.

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Air pollution is a threat to Badlands national park as it deposits carbon on the white sand and alters the ecosystem.
Solution = E-bikes :)

Grand teton National park.

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Pacific coast, Big sur & Klamath California.

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Washington DC - cherry blossoms.

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Kurt in CT

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The point where the Erie Canal leaves the Mohawk for the final connection to the Hudson along Flight Lock Road, a quarter mile from my house.

Interestingly enough, Erie Canal riders following the normal route never see this or the three locks and one guard gate along Flight Lock Road. You have to deviate from the route and know how to find the spot, but it allows you to stay with the canal the entire Flight of Five locks that raise the level 165 feet, the biggest change on the whole canal system. I get to ride this section all the time, but have never encountered a single touring cyclist on it.
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Dave, great pics! Slightly nostalgic for me. I'm originally from Amsterdam New York and spent my youth and early adulthood traveling the area including Saratoga and Lake George. Sent my kids to Colgate and Cornell. So stayed connected. Now 62 and been living in Connecticut for last 30 years. Just getting into e-mountain biking!
 

Kurt in CT

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Sunflowers in Nebraska.

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Mount Rushmore.


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Badlands National park.

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Panoramic view of the canyons and dunes.

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Air pollution is a threat to Badlands national park as it deposits carbon on the white sand and alters the ecosystem.
Solution = E-bikes :)

Grand teton National park.

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Pacific coast, Big sur & Klamath California.

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Washington DC - cherry blossoms.

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Ravi, you get more than most! Beautiful bike(s) too. Stromers, right? How have they been for you? Any major issues?