May 21, 2010
Hi Steve, thanks for the welcome :)
Hi Steve: My husband Walter ride (or use to) he needs to get back on the saddle, as it is something he loves to do. But unfortunately he doesn't have many friends he knows that share that interest. We live near Woodinville/Monroe area, but he has rode the trails you mentioned. Ride on!!
Great Pictures Steve where all do you ride at?
Steve, on US Forest Service Trails, especially in the Wilderness Area, the group limit to control environmental impact is 12. Even Breaking the group up into 2 groups under 12 is not expectable as you re all in the same party. You can be fined and it makes our Meetup groups look bad to the USFS.
Welcome Steve, can't wait to meet you and read your book.
Your support is awesome. Thanks Steve. I'll be in touch soon. For REAL!!!! :)
Hey Steve - I don't know if you'll even remember me ! But I'm looking for some bikepacking adventures this summer and, as usual, my outings will depend entirely on my work schedule. Shall I just keep checking in with you here to find the dates you hope to go out? Also let me know if you have my signed release on file. I sent it back to you last year, I think! -Deanna Vesco [masked]
Hello Steve , Thanks for the welcome! Sorry for the confusion with the waiver. I'm super excited to go riding! Most of my riding has been at Walker valley . Great place to ride but I'm looking forward to trying some new trails.
Thanks, Steve, for your kind words about Walker. Riding behind fast buddies has taught me modesty. I get up most trails, just a little slower.
I also like adventure rides and camping, in addition to technical single track. I'm crazy for motorcycles. It's that simple. Looking forward to riding with you guys.