31 March 2012

February/March dump of cruddy phone photos

Haven't written much in a while. My life has taken some huge unexpected turns, and I've been extremely busy. I've been on a couple nice rides, though, so here's some pictures. Heading to Denmark and the UK to hike/ride in a couple weeks. Excited.

Damage from beavers.

Beaver dam in a city park. Cool.

In case it wasn't clear: I really like rabbits. Not pictured is the adorable semi-feral cat I played with, and the 50 other cats I've stopped to hang out with. Animals are great. Summer is coming - get out and live.

27 March 2012

Another week goes by...

...riding bikes as often as passion demands. Here are some views from the saddle, although I may have dismounted before pushing the button.
Being the local tourist... You don't always have to travel far, to see something that triggers the feelings of adventure and seeing something new.

Danish quaintness... old water mill, and shadow of a wind mill.
That road goes through the courtyard of that house, which is "paved" with cobblestones from the days before they started squaring them off. So, pretty damn old.

"Trillen" in the distance, with it's African style trees.

Beach and woods and water...

Met a semi-wild cat in the woods. Didn't feel like chating.

Sculpture by the sea.

Yes, the other day I was seen mountainbiking... that isn't really a rarity though. I was out riding with the club on a sunny Sunday. Awesome weather, cool trails, good company.

17 March 2012

Two S24O shots

Packed up again. Still pretty dark. That's a 1 sec. exposure.

I camped 25 meters from the water.

16 March 2012

Imagedump 32

Patching in the dark. Thursday night group ride with the MTB club.

A self portrait from a little while ago. I imagined it would look bit more motocross-bermshot'y, but oh well.
By the way... I replaced the Midge bars on my MTB with a pair of Ragley Luxy's. I've gotten nicely use to them now. They work a treat. Comfortable, work in all positions, going up or down.

New Surly LHT.

I've acquired a new Surly LHT frameset. It has replaced my Cross Check. I had realised that the 58cm CC was too small. The LHT is 60 and feel much better. I can get the bars higher and stuff. Still need to dial it in... and cut the steerer... or mount a chin rest, as was Marks suggestion.