Only the Best for your Little Shredder! Early Rider Belter Urban & Trail in Store... 2017/18 Version!
Suggested age 3.5 - 6 yrs
Minimum seat height 47cm
Maximum seat height 57cm
Hand brushed and lacquered aluminium frame
Upgraded aluminium sprockets
Short reach Tektro front and rear V brake
Forged aluminium stem
Early Rider custom pedals
105mm crank length
Adjustable seat height
Well, today was my toughest day on a bike ever. I started off in Suesca, which is a big rock climbing area, and ended up in Villa De Leyva, which is known for its massive central square. It took 110k of pedaling, 2800m elevation gain, lots of long, steep climbs on dirt, one incredibly long and steep descent and a wrong turn that sent me going downhill the wrong way. Not to mention most of it was above 2500m altitude. There was also lots of views like this, giving me a good excuse to stop and catch my breath. Needless to say, I'm slightly crushed and my take my first day off sooner than planned.
I broke my right arm a few weeks ago while goofing around on my bike and jumping off of curbs in Portland.
My elderly neighbor who moves slowly and is losing her speech after a stroke insists on helping me with my recycling and trash cans while I'm in my cast. What are the reasons I find to justify not being more helpful to others?
~ yesterday late afternoon, we took shelter from the constant rain under the awnings of a building. It turned out to be a tourist information post, and a lady came out to talk to us. Learning of our plans, she warned us off our intended campsite due to recent bear activity, and said we could camp in the small wooden pavilion behind her building. This took a couple of miles detour out of our route, and gave us a roof over our heads. She also gave us a lift to the local laundrette 😀👍~
Our friends at Bicycles For Humanity have just announced their amazing Cycle Namibia trip is back on in August 2018 with @intrepidtravel Discover the highlights of Namibia and Zambia on a once in-a-lifetime cycling trip in southern Africa. For more details see the link in our bio. #bicylesforhumanity#liveintrepid
Día 19(II):"Humo ártico": . .
Hoy os traigo una lección de ciencias. Hacia frío, pero los primeros rayos de sol ya comenzaban a aparecer. Llegamos al comienzo del canal de Garonna y nos encontramos con una escena misteriosa, algo así como agua humeante sobre el agua del Garonna.
Este fenómeno lo explica José Miguel Viñas en el libro "Curiosidades meteorológicas":
repost @mountain_inu Back to reality (and cellular service!) from a wonderful weekend in PA with #teambikenetic . A huge thanks to everyone who had a part in putting on #keystonegravel this year. It was gloriously hard! #adventurebybike