My group began out close to San Juan Bautista, a city 25 miles South, so I carpooled with a buddy with a van who may match each of our bikes. We did an out and again, climbing San Juan Grade and dropping down onto the Monterey Bay Facet, then out Previous stage highway which ends firstly of the De Anza path, an off-road route again to San Juan Bautista. That might have been a sensible choice if it hadn’t rained a lot this previous weekend. I’ll go try this sooner or later. This was an important trip on a ravishing fall day. The one drawback was the highway was fairly dangerous, with plenty of cracks and potholes, on the San Benito county aspect, although it acquired significantly better on the Monterey County aspect. This made for an adventurous trip on the descent of San Juan Grade on the way in which again. Fortuitously, my bike is taken into account a gravel bike and has fats tires so dealt with it nicely. We had an important lunch in San Juan Bautista afterward.
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I’m a Mechanical Engineer born in 1953, Ph. D, Stanford, 1980. I’ve been energetic within the mechanical CAE area for many years. I even have a lifelong curiosity in outside actions and health. I’ve had each hips changed and a coronary heart valve substitute resulting from a genetic situation. This weblog chronicles my adventures in staying energetic regardless of these bumps within the highway.
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