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    Edit: the smalll suspension bridge is a footbridge at a park/campground I stopped at. It' called Tolt-Mconald Park in Carnation WA. It's easily accessible off of highway 203.

    The larger bridge you can see the structure of is is called the Tokul Trestle. It's part of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail from Duvall WA to Rattlesnake Lake, where it connects to the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, which effectively goes to the Idaho border.


    It's a converted rail trail and is not paved. It's mostly gravel and hard pack, but there are some areas of deep/soft/loose gravel where you can get a little squirrely on skinny tires.

    You don't have to drive to get to the trail. It starts at a park n down town Duvall, but it follows highway 203 through Carnation and Snoqualmie and has tons of access points along the way.

    It also connects to several different mountain bike areas, and is also adjacent to the Snoqualmie Forest, which is a managed forest area, full of forest and fire roads that can be accessed via gravel or mountain bike.
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    We had a similarly nice day in Eugene - I think the zombie apocalypse is nigh.

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    One of those days that it's hard to stop riding...














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    Noticed this last night. It was still there this morning so I took advantage. Only one car this time, and not the same one as in this post.
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    Beautiful downtown Wright City, Mo.

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    I have the same jacket. Good stuff from Bontrager,I like it a lot. Too bad for the missing pockets,and the sometimes lame zip,otherwise great garment,perfect for early autumn and early spring rides.

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    My first Metric Century of the year, actually 72 miles. Out and back to a reservoir in a canyon that's much smaller but much like the Grand Canyon, beautiful out there.

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    Post Your Daily Ride Pics!!

    Sauk Valley Road, WA
    About 65 miles from Sedro-Woolley to Marblemount. The name of the road changes but it is essentially the road on the South side of the Skagit River.





    It is a nice weekend ride, little traffic.


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    Mt. Shasta as seen on the Art of Survival Century 5/27/17.

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    Had a little gravel adventure on the RoadMachine this weekend.


    45 mile round trip up the Snoqualmie Valley Trail to Snoqualmie Falls and back. It was a light, easy day, so took lots of pictures. The weather was absolutely perfect!





































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    From a day's riding in the Surrey Hills, UK...





















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    Antietam Battle Field

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    Sisters mountains/volcanoes
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    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
    Sisters mountains/volcanoes
    I see your sisters and raise a McKenzie Pass.
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    I just recently ugpraded the Search to Di2 and Hydraulic Discs and Tubeless wheels and tires (Belgium Plus/Clement X'Plor MSO). I took it on a 55 mile loop up to Rattlesnake Lake on a shakedown ride.


    I had to make one small adjustment to the FD trim, and the reach it a little too long for gravel (I duplicated the fit of my road bike), otherwise, everything was perfect.


    It was a really hot day today, and I needed every drop of water in those Zefal Magnum 1L bottles.















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    Strava said to do a metric century, so I obliged. Left the house at 5:30 PM (few scattered showers throughout the day, also had some stuff to do), got back around quarter til midnight. Country roads are interesting when you're the only one using them on a moonless night.





    Don't mind the lock, I tend to go solo and thus like to lock up the bike when I run into stores.

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    Rode up to near the mountains until the pavement ends. More climbing than I've been doing since I moved last year. Just 42 miles, but they were tough ones, not as hot as 2 days ago when it was 104F There are several snow covered peaks close behind the canyon walls in the picture.Post Your Daily Ride Pics!!-cline-lakes-small.jpg

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    Rode to Mount Wilson CA on Saturday AM.






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    Rode out to Tomulo Falls, or 2 1/2 miles from the falls where the pavement ends. Long 8.5 mile constant uphill grind to the bridge, 11/52 ride back down to civilization. Ended up doing 62.7miles, an accidental Metric Century.

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