Wednesday, April 9, 2008

It's a Good Sign, Don't You Think? - Volume 1

Above: Start of the climb to Zabriskie Point, just off Hwy 190 in Death Valley
Above: On Kitchen Creek, Mt. Laguna, eastern San Diego County: A car-less, epic cycling road!
Above: Sunrise Hwy, Mt. Laguna, in eastern San Diego County
Above: Hwy 79 between Lake Cuyamaca and Julian, CA
Above: PCH end of Coleman Valley Road, Sonoma County, during the 2007 JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes
Top of unpaved Refugio Rd., in the mtns between Santa Ynez and the Santa Barbara coast.
Top of paved Refugio Rd., in the mtns between Santa Ynez and the Santa Barbara coast: faces the sign depicted in the previous shot.
Above: Kitchen Creek, Mt. Laguna, in eastern San Diego County
Above: Townes Pass, Hwy 190, eastbound, start of a 17-mile downhill into Death Valley, during the 2008 CORPScamp Death Valley
Above: Tepusquet Canyon, Santa Ynez Valley, CA
Above: La Posta Road, en route to Thing Valley, in eastern San Diego County
Above: Atop the Bay City Hill, Wisconsin, during the 2007 Lake Pepin 3-Speed Tour
En route to some rough-stuffing in Wisconsin during the 2007 Lake Pepin 3-Speed Tour
Coleman Valley Road, westbound, Sonoma County, during the 2008 JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes

All Photos ©Chris Kostman

1 comment:

merider (M.E.-rider) said...

Fantastic blog. I'm hooked and will be checking in regularly. I don't qualify as a "rough" rider but an enthuiastic one for sure. Great pics.
Mary