Great photos. It is great how versatile Rivs are and how they can
adequately handle so many different riding conditions.
We are on day 5 of constant rain in the mid-Atlantic, so your sunny photos
are a nice antidote.
On Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 12:24:02 AM UTC-4, Matt wrote:
> In 2003 the only bike I owned was a mid-70s 3-speed Raleigh Sport that I
> rode to work every day and locked up on the street. Somehow I got my hands
> on a Reader, Grant's philosophy resonated with me and next thing I knew I
> had a blue Ram. I didn't know the first thing about tire sizes and riding
> styles but I knew the Ram was comfortable and it could take fenders and I
> was only ever going to ride on pavement on the east coast, so I put 28s on
> it and never looked back. Many, many years later and now I'm on the west
> coast and I know a lot more about bikes and I also know about fire roads.
> So I finally hung the fenders up and maxed out the tires and wouldn't you
> know it, but Los Angeles has miles and miles of dirt roads (doesn't hurt
> that LA covers a massive area). Took a ride a few weeks back that looks
> downright country but happened to be in the second largest city in the US.
> I still have that Raleigh, btw, and it's still perfect for leaving outside.
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