BelaySlave,BelaySlave said:Any report for Castle Rock/Table Rock and Rock Island? I'd like to maybe hit that tomorrow evening if it's rideable.
We are starting our ride at 6pm...Weather.com says the temp is suppose to be 39 that time. Looks like we'll stick to a dirt road or maybe even the Greenbelt.Visicypher said:Seriously though, things are squishy. The general rule of thumb from now until late March is that if hits below 28°F at night, and you can't hit it and get off it before 9am. Don't hit it at all. :eekster: :devil: R2R will have its hands full this coming riding season. Let's not pile anymore onto the plate.
There is a Mongolian place right across the street. The first month they were open I think I managed to pay off their montly lease since I ate there so much. But, boy oh boy do I have issues after eating lunch there!!!I ate 3 lunches today. One mongolian, and 2 chinese. My potential to spackle is high.
I rode there Monday AM. When I started (10 AM) it wasn't bad, but about halfway through my ride it thawed to goop.BelaySlave said:Any report for Castle Rock/Table Rock and Rock Island? I'd like to maybe hit that tomorrow evening if it's rideable.
I have renounced all worldly possessions (excluding my bikes), broken all personal ties, become a Buddhist monk, and have relocated to a mountaintop in Tibet. The lifestyle seems to fit, given that I rarely wear underwear and I already shave my head. Those robes allow the junk to get a teeny bit cold in the winter, though.BelaySlave said:You no longer live on the Mesa Geoff? Where'd you guys move to?