1. bikefukr:

    found a new way to get to Index WA

  2. 11 April 2014

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    bikefukr:

    valley riding, spring cloud drama

  3. bikefukr:

wet, but wool hundo

    bikefukr:

    wet, but wool hundo

  4. bikefukr:

"when i’m here, i’m there…"
—ben on mediation 

tbt tho

    bikefukr:

    "when i’m here, i’m there…"

    —ben on mediation 

    tbt tho

  5. bikefukr:

    my weird vaya keeps getting weirder.
    650b grand bois hetres
    stainless berthoud fenders (such a mismatch)
    nitto noodles (46cm (heat treated))
    Selle An-Atomica super ugly (and super comfy saddle)

    this is the bike that keeps on giving

    John has weird bikes.

  6. Team Inebriati sans Benjammin’ did 80 miles of gravel on the Iron Horse Trail this past weekend. There were plenty of derps along the way; a good one for the memory books.

  7. bikefukr:


John Wayne Trail Three Tunnel Ride, a set on Flickr.
got all three tunnels on the iron horse/john wayne trail with the team inebriati boys. only stung by a bee on my tongue once.

    bikefukr:

    Drive a car, to ride a bike?SADDLE UP5 minutes in, we fix umami's cleatumami

    John Wayne Trail Three Tunnel Ride, a set on Flickr.

    got all three tunnels on the iron horse/john wayne trail with the team inebriati boys. only stung by a bee on my tongue once.

  8. bikefukr:


Rapha’s Kitsap Route, a set on Flickr.
We took rapha’s route around the kitsap peninsula yesterday.. very very hot, and very very little water (we lived)
https://www.rapha.cc/kitsap

Yesterday, Team Inebriati headed across the water to ride Rapha’s Kitsap route. While the ride started off with a crappy stint through Bremerton (thanks Ron), we started hitting some great pavement and less populated roads after our first stop at mile ~20. It was easily one of the hottest days of the year, and after our first stop at a gas station for Gatorade, Mike’s Harder, and crispitos, we didn’t see another store until mile 75. Thanks to one man’s lawn sprinkler and a couple nice ladies down by the water, we conserved enough water to get us through the 5400+ ft of climbing.
Despite the heat, moderate elevation gain, and fear of dying in the middle of nowhere, it was a great ride. The smell of warm pine, the clear blue water off to the right, the mountains over the tree tops, and the prospect of Mexican Cokes and beer kept me spinning along.
John brought along a little disposable film camera to document the ride and snapped away throughout the day. Enjoy more of his photos after the jump.
On your left.

    bikefukr:

    Ferry Lodging Detailtim, the bike for todayIM ON A BOTEi think thats mount rainier

    Rapha’s Kitsap Route, a set on Flickr.

    We took rapha’s route around the kitsap peninsula yesterday.. very very hot, and very very little water (we lived)

    Yesterday, Team Inebriati headed across the water to ride Rapha’s Kitsap route. While the ride started off with a crappy stint through Bremerton (thanks Ron), we started hitting some great pavement and less populated roads after our first stop at mile ~20. It was easily one of the hottest days of the year, and after our first stop at a gas station for Gatorade, Mike’s Harder, and crispitos, we didn’t see another store until mile 75. Thanks to one man’s lawn sprinkler and a couple nice ladies down by the water, we conserved enough water to get us through the 5400+ ft of climbing.

    Despite the heat, moderate elevation gain, and fear of dying in the middle of nowhere, it was a great ride. The smell of warm pine, the clear blue water off to the right, the mountains over the tree tops, and the prospect of Mexican Cokes and beer kept me spinning along.

    John brought along a little disposable film camera to document the ride and snapped away throughout the day. Enjoy more of his photos after the jump.

    On your left.

  9. bikefukr:


The Dongle 100, a set on Flickr.
pix from my hundo on Friday (70 miles of gravel/dirt and 30ish road)

    bikefukr:

    bell for to remind the deers, im on their leftnature bromany wet miles of thismaking into the valley

    The Dongle 100, a set on Flickr.

    pix from my hundo on Friday (70 miles of gravel/dirt and 30ish road)

  10. Garmin knows where we’re going.

    Garmin knows where we’re going.