Suffice to say... Save the knee-draggin fer the adrenilin junkies... I'm all about laid back cruisin.


Robert & Robyn

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Including Spunky Canyon and all points in-between.

This area has more incredible rides than you can shake a stick at. It offers sweeping canyon carving to tight mountain twisties and virtually everything in-between.

The view through the handlbars keeps pulling you along.

Near the lower portion of the ride is "Big Oaks Lodge". Unfortunately this was taken on a tuesday and it was closed

On the bike and out exploring. BTW; the beard isn't grey, that's just the way the sun is hitting it (yeah, right)..

Below left: A trip to this area is made better with friends, and wouldn't be complete without breakfast at "Crazy Ottos"... It's a hole-in-the-wall that serves more food than one person could possibly eat. Every so often the place shakes from the sounds of a train passin by (but there isn't a railroad outside)... Fun ambience... Below right: The endless types of terrain and wide variety of environments makes each trip an adventure... there are always new places to explore.

Below: At the top of the ride is lake Hughs and the "Rock Inn". It's a well-known biker stop in the middle of nowhere. Food is middle-of-the-road, but for some reason, a cold beer always tastes better in places like this (especially on a hot day in black leather).

Right: It had to happen sooner or later. I do believe it was the purple vest that got me in trouble.

Around March, the poppies are in full bloom, which makes a perfect excuse to ride.

She's about as tall as a poppy, but twice as cute.

s usual, such rides would not be complete, without a round of ale at the Blue Dog Pub (solo, or with friends).