Archive for October, 2006

Fall Social and the Three Bears

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006 by bill

Sunday’s fall social at Phil Bokovoy’s was an enjoyable day, despite slightly cooler weather than we’ve become accustomed to, and a lower than anticipated turnout of DSSF members and boardies.  Maybe it was the weather, or the end of daylight savings time, or perhaps a surfeit of Halloween parties. Three rides were organized.  Tim and […]

Diablo Challenge – 10/1

Thursday, October 12th, 2006 by erik

Jerome spins up the mountain; fresh at the finish. Attacking at mile ten; finish. A 10.8 mile time trial to the summit of Mt. Diablo, this year’s Challenge hosted a thousand cyclists, most of whom have a secret love for warm, cuddly pain. Not pain from the climb, since Diablo itself is pretty docile – […]

Konocti Challenge – 10/7 solo ride

Sunday, October 8th, 2006 by David Gaus

Looking to get in one last century before leaving on a 16 day cruise this month, I signed up for the Konocti Challenge (formerly called Pedal ‘Round the Puddle, the puddle being Clearlake) to take advantage of the free (in-laws aka ‘those people’) overnight housing in Middletown, about 40 miles from Lakeport. Trying to recover […]

I.C.E. … A “cool” link

Saturday, October 7th, 2006 by Patrick Heryford

David Gaus shared an interesting website (Help – Bicycle Accident) which provides useful information about what to do when bicycle accidents and emergencies arise. One tip they provide is to have an ICE (In Case of Emergency) entry in your cell phone address book. If you are incapacitated, emergency personnel are trained to look for […]

Surf City Century – 10/1

Monday, October 2nd, 2006 by David Gaus

This was the fifth year for the Surf City Century, and the fifth time to do one of the routes. Bill & I had done the 25 mile route the first two years together (yes, he has in fact ridden his bike.) Two years ago, Joseph C and I planned to ride the century route […]