Monthly Archives: July 2012

Day 5 – Shorter Than I Would Like

As I write, I am sitting on the front porch of the small white cabin that is one of the dozen or so cabins that comprise Myers Motel in Milford, PA.  (Not to be confused with Milford in CT or … Continue reading

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Day 3 – Relatively short day, relatively wet

Combine yesterday’s killer day with a late night watching the Olympics opening ceremony (I only stayed awake until the M’s) and the fact the breakfast at the Old Riverton Inn wasn’t until 8:30, and I did not start riding until … Continue reading

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B2H- Day 2

This was supposed to be a relatively easy day.  Turned out not so much. A very tough, hilly 72 miles which took 9:33 to cover at an average moving speed of 12.1 mph.  Now it is Saturday morning at the … Continue reading

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B2H – Day 1: A very good day

Today was Day 1 of my big ride to Harrisburg as a Virtual PMC ride.  (If you wish to donate, go to www.pmc.org.)  It was a great first day.  Executive Summary:  Left Brueggers in Bedford at 6:40 AM, arrived here at … Continue reading

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First ride with loaded panniers

This is yesterday’s ride to Westford, with mostly loaded panniers. 17 lb. It made 42 miles feel like 70. The hills got steeper. Today I rejiggered and am about to go for another medium ride. Here is the route. Created … Continue reading

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Dialling in the bike

I have been working on getting my bike set up for the big ride, now less than a week away.  Two weeks ago I installed a rear rack and pannier bags, which I have been carrying (mostly empty) on all … Continue reading

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