Since getting my old MacBook Pro back a couple of weeks ago, I’ve been going through some of my old cycling photos and marveling at the amazing places I’ve been on the bike. I posted a photo dump when I first got the computer back and now I’m ready to post another. I hope you enjoy them.
After a winter of epic snowfall, the Ogden River was running high and fast in the spring of 2017.
I didn’t have my bike when I visited Toronto in 2014. Next time I will. I love Canada’s largest city.
I went to Memphis in 2015 for Bike League LCI training and caught this shot of the Mississippi River crossings from the river bottomlands near West Memphis, Arkansas.
Approaching Park City on the Union Pacific Rail Trail. This was a really fun day on the bike.
That day started in Echo, 26 miles to the northeast.
On top of the Colorado National Monument during the 2016 Tour of the Moon, Fruita Colorado. This is one of my favorite places in the world.
Rolling into downtown Pittsburgh on the Three Rivers Heritage Trail, April 2016. Pittsburgh is an amazing city for cyclists.
I was halfway down Ogden’s epic Bobsled (the only black diamond trail I’ve ever attempted) when I stopped to shoot this picture of the Weber State University football stadium.
Crossing into Logan County Colorado from the Nebraska Panhandle. I love cycling out here on the high plains.
Arches National Park. I didn’t ride here but I have to come back and do so some day.
I hiked around to the backside of Double Arch. It was the only place in the park that wasn’t crowed with touristas.
I rode the FrontRunner (commuter rail) to SLC from Ogden and rode through America’s first Dutch Junction at the corner of 200W and 300S in Salt Lake City before cycling all the way home.