We have different understandings of what “easy” means.
I've been to Sequoia National Park a bunch of times.
It's very pretty, but I don't like camping.
Alright…. good stuff, love the pics.
“Mike C” gets the edge…. well…. from living on the edge (ba-dum ching!)
Great choice! It was an excellent pic, and it’s always nice to see someone get a leg up in the world.
Cool, thanks. It was a memorable climb!
So… what do I want to see images of? Hmm… What about your bikes (as bicycles, not motorbikes). Here are three of mine, I have a winter bike with studded tires in the basement. My favorit is the one on the right, it’s a scott addict with carbon fiber frame. The middle one is my old racer since many years, no longer training bike but my commuter bike I take when ever I need to leave it locked somewhere, it’s banged up, crashed a few times and only rear gears work (couldn’t be bothered to fix the front ones) but I love it still. The left one is a hard-tail mountain bike, nothing special.
2010 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Elite in the NC Appalachian Mountains
Trek Pure Sport, pic taken while riding into the Devil’s Postpile.
Canyon Orbiter downhill e-bike
That looks like a hard Bike to ride and stop
I was thinking the same thing, where do you put your feet???
Those seats are Waaaay out of my league for sure
Yeah, same here. This would be more my speed.
Funny, the Orbiter is a “downhill e bike”? Does that mean it only works when going downhill?
You have 2 cool looking bikes there Raccoon City. Both very impressive!
Which one do you like the best?
Help us out also with these questions concerning operation please. Frankly, I am stumped.
Some cool and different (for me) bikes in here for sure. I gotta choose, so I hand it to CRC. Not my style of bike at all but a wonderful photo. Take it away CRC!
I like the second one best.
I don't know the answers to your questions, but you could do an internet search to maybe find out.