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Tucson, Arizona
Club Affiliations: GABA Tucson
Tri-County Bicycle Association
Member Since: September 2007 5 Year Distance Chart
2024 Miles Traveled: 0
2024 Rank: currently unranked
Lifetime Odometer: 25,958 miles
Rider Comments:
Just got back on to Bike Journal after a long time off and found your comment. I haven't been riding because of the house. Got a mountain bike now: A 1995 Cannondale Super V 700 - nice ride and great buy. I have trails within a mile of the house ranging from 5K to 25K - Went out last night and about killed myself.
posted by Ride_Indurain on 4/27/2010

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Before I could drive I loved to cycle. I cycled everywhere averaging hundreds of miles per week from 15 to 23 years of age. Until the 2007 DALMAC I hadn't rode since, almost 19 years.

Just took a job in Tucson and man the elevation is a beast coming from sea level. Should make the DALMAC that much easier.

I can't believe how many cyclists there are in the desert!

After almost 5 years in Tucson, I feel fortunate to have landed here and cycle. What a great city to cycle in!

On the side, I'm a professional coffee critic and consult to the Micro-Roasting community in the Americas as the "BeanGuru". If you would like to know more about that BeanGuru is on FB. 
click to enlarge 1995 Cannondale F500 CADD2
Hardtail XC Mountain bike
Description:  LX throughout, Head Shock, Bright Yellow, Trek iNote 9i. I just bought a nice iPhone mount and use Cyclemeter GPS app to augment my iNote 9i. Added some serious lighting one 180 Urban and one 550 Urban Lights & Motion headlights plus the Mars 3.0 rear 1 watt LED. That's a combined 730 lumens of lighting power to the front, I see dead people!

Lifetime Odometer: 16,022.0 miles

26 x 1.3 Continental SportContact, front, 163 miles
26 x 1.3 Continental SportContact, rear, 163 miles
Shimano  7 speed, 3,244 miles

click to enlarge 1972 Schwinn World Voyager
Touring Road bike
Description:  This was my mother's bicycle. I have it in storage. It has some really advanced components for the year bike it is. I believe that the frames were hand built in Japan.

Lifetime Odometer: 0.0 miles
No planned events for 2024

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