Monday, October 4, 2010

Mountain biker dude

James was starting into the mountain bike trails of Lebanon Hills Regional Park - West just off Johnny Cake Ridge Road. With 6.36 miles of trails through beautiful wooded hills and curves, this area is hugely popular among bikers and hikers in the Spring, Summer and Fall and skiers in the Winter.



17 comments:

  1. Very refreshing and big smile at the beginning of the challenge, how about a photograph at the end of the bike hiking !!!
    Beautiful images.
    Wong

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  2. The best thing is that it's safe! There are not many bike trails around here. And it's very unsafe to ride on the roads as most drivers are not used to sharing the road.

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  3. Biking is a terrific sport and it's great when trails are provided. Didn't go to the Marathon to photograph yesterday so I'll wait for yours.

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  4. Sounds GREAT. But I think I prefer to walk. I'm no good at peddling with my eye looking through the lens of my camera. :) (I'm not too good at walking that way either. )

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  5. Nice that this park doesn't close until late!

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  6. Cycling is very popular here too. Although they are often the bane of motorists!

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  7. For bikers, hikers as well as photographers, no doubt.

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  8. Sounds like great time in great place.

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  9. I'm sure it must be a wonderful area but I'd rather walk and enjoy the beauty of it! :-)

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  10. A decade since last on a bike ... a safe road ahead for you all.


    daily athens

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  11. James must bike a lot - he's definitely got that lean look many bikers have. «Louis» would have to get a bike built for the (ahem) extra portly...

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  12. Is James a friend of yours or are you just very good at initiating chats with people? I'm always amazed at your wonderful people shots.

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