Sunday, October 05, 2008

scenery change

A rarity for me in Pennsylvania.
A marked, named, blazed trail, that you actually want to ride on.

DCNR saved a lot of money by making all these bridges with only one rail. Good for handlebar clearance too.

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Things got interesting after this.


Tomi said...

neat section of woods up there ain't it.

trainwreck said...


"hey lookie here! i've finally found the asshole of the earth!"

pabiker said...

Did some winter hiking up there with the family.

Stubbie said...

"End of track". I like that sign. People I ride w/ would probably wish there were signs like that when they ride w/ me. I'm far too gluttonous to stop riding when the trail "thins out a little".... aint that right Buck.

Karisia_Limited said...

Hi, Cool pictures, I miss that part of the world. i like the bridge.

as a mt. bike aficionado, i thought you and your readers would like to know about the the Mount Kenya 10 to 4 (10thousand feet to 4 thousand feet)
a race in Kenya to raise money for Mount Kenya and its diverse assembly of animal life. What a great experience. I hope that you and other american riders would consider competing some day. At one place the race was shortly held up by elephants!
One of the greatest bike experiences of my life. cheers,
james christian
karisia walking safaris