climbing out of the fog
the top of devil's slide
pumpkin fields outside half moon bay
at the base of the climb up tunitas, the moon was nice to have in the east all day.
dense redwoods on the way up made for dramatic little punches of late afternoon sun
The climb levels out as the road approaches the summit which speeds things up and offers welcome relief after the steep middle section. Tunitas creek is still my favorite climb here~you can't top the combination of cool redwoods, a 1.5 lane silky smooth road, and a noisy stream to keep the company.
From the top of kings it was a 10 mile or so descent to the caltrain. This ride marks the 3/4 point of my goal to ride the mountains in 4 corners of the bay in january. diablo, tam, kings: hamilton remains.
noted by erik at 14:53
entering the hills around diablo
a favorite color palette
from 1000 feet(ish)
i rarely see them and don't think i've gotten a good photo until this one. thanks for the contrast, green bush.
summit, lots of haze over the bay from 3850ft.
clear to the sierra
adam moss, mountaineer
ice on the way down (and yes, vajda rode it on a single speed)
noted by erik at 13:13