I have driven all over the state, but there is no traffic like the Los Angeles traffic.
This could be considered raucous, this could be considered unsafe, but that’s the impulse of many movements, bursting ideas and for that, I’m all for.
Stir up the pot and go with it.
Don’t we all as bicycle enthusiast more than often imagine what it would be like to have those dinosaurus-sized cement mazes all to ourselves? Or wish we could just go ride on them with myriads of bicycles?! I know I do. In the meantime here’s this video.
Thanks to Christelle for sharing this.
Here are some daylight hair photos taken on Haight next to the skate shop and a new hat I got in the lower haight 😉
There was a lot of skin to be seen around 😉
Apparently we were supposed to have a heat wave… I didin’t think we had a ‘heat’ wave at 70°.
Some sun worshippers did and busted out their sun clothes, or lack there of.
Here is a mini-city round to close the week, month, whatever. Have a great end of the week. Go explore your city -GO GO!!
I wanted to say thank you to everyone of you that takes the time to read and enjoy this little San Francisco bicycle adventures blog of mine, even drop a comment here and there, or taken time out of their day to write me a nice note or an email.
Bicycles are amazing and, if you have found inspiration here for you to go ride more, explore your city on wheels, and maybe drink a cup or two of coffee – is awesome! You inspire me everyday♥Thank you all.
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Ok. That was that, now here are some links and pretty things readers have shared. Enjoy!!
Fellow West coaster Anne, has a very calming visual beauty travel blog, in which bicycles are found often. 🙂 Nice! Buddha bellies
Lee has passed the info for the SF Randonneurs, mark your calendars!:
The San Francisco Randonneurs would like to invite you to participate
in our first ever Fall Populaire, to be held on October 3rd, 2009. This is
a free event. The Populaire is 115 km in length (71 miles) and has a time
limit of 7.5 hours. The Populaire is intended to introduce riders to the
sport of randonneuring. Most of our brevets are 200km in length, but
the Populaire is slightly more than half that length. Read more…
♥And thanks to Erik, over at ecoprofile, for including one of my info/photo in this post:
*Also in that post, the lovely Dottie from Let’s Go Ride a Bike! and a link to my collab blog (with Ade&Caryl) Change Your Life, Ride a Bike! Sweetness