Last modified: May 22, 2013

Almanzo Recovery Ride


I'm going to skip the actual Almanzo race coverage for a second, as I wait for more photos to surface, and hit you hard with a day after blitzkrieg of on the bike recovery ride radness. 

With Kyle and Eric still in town, it was important toshow them the number one reason I love living in Minneapolis, the easy access to things that don't feel like the city.  My favorite ride, The Low Road - Sibley route, was the perfect opportunity to do that.

So off we went. 

We got stormed on, had to alter routing, and ended up having an absolute blast. 

Check out the evidence.

Kyle with the Crossie Freestyle steez

swinging out over the river





climbing out

Low Road


crossing onto the old Ped bridge.

We didn't ride the Sibley side because we figured it might be flooded, and this was the opportunity to have a porkchop at a very scenic location.



Mas Macho

falling through the cracks


and of course the post ride cuddle

What more could anyone ask for in a day on the bike?

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May 22, 2013

More like BRO trespassing.

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