Eight riders went to lunch in Davenport — again — for several good reasons. 1) It was the last possible ride of the year; 2) The weather was mostly nice (60ish); and 3) they serve a good lunch at the Whale City Bakery.
Five riders headed back to Davenport for lunch. This was Dick’s ride, so we followed his route to the coast.
In a flurry of Tuesday night email messages a few riders decided that Wednesday daytime temperatures would be warm enough to go to lunch via back roads without hitting black ice. Yep. Turned out to be a very nice day for a ride.
Four riders went to lunch in Sunol and then came home via Calaveras, Felter, and Sierra roads. Of course there was the obligatory ride down a dead end road to see what there was to see… nothing.
Bob sends words and Chris and Paul provide pictures of a fall Wednesday ride that discovered new parts of Santa Rosa before heading east with a stop at Lake Hennessey and the southern end of Berryessa. Route map from East bay rider, Paul.
Ride report and pics from a somewhat standard Skaggs Spring, Tin Barn, Kings Ridge ride north of San Francisco. Chris calls is a High Mileage Ride.
Ten riders on a rare mid-summer mid-week ride down 25 to King City then over to the coast via Carmel Valley Road.
Five, then four, and finally three riders took on Mines road, Mt Hamilton, Quimby, Sierra, and Calaveras roads.
Pictures from Chris, Dick and Paul. Words from Chris. Six riders headed toward San Juan Bautista then Fremont Peak to see what can be seen from the misty peak.
Six riders took advantage of a break in winter to have lunch in Davenport. No Hot. No cold. No wind. No rain. Nice riding weather.