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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Cycles

    Sometimes I leave the driveway and turn right and have no idea where I wanna go. There is no shortage of cool roads and places to ride. But every so often my mind can't make itself up. There are times when this happens that I go straight to the water line.

    We live near the river and also the Sound. Some of my favorite pedaling moments include riding in and around these areas. Town beaches. Boatyards. Wildlife refuges. Land trusts. None have roads that are too long. But when I string them together, it's sublime.

    I grew up on Newark Bay. As a child I summered in Belmar. The shorelines always call me back. There's something about going to the very edge where the land ends and there's nothing left but water. It's soothing. Serene. And puts everything right.

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Cycles

    and you can collect shells tooooo!

    Good to see you my friend!

    KJ

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Cycles

    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    Riding is for pondering. Especially now, itís for pondering. .....

    It is a funny coincidence that, the same day you posted this, I posted a bike ride on Strava titled "Pondering"
    I called it that because I rode through Ponder Texas and because that's what I was doing as I rode through.
    Bike rides are indeed good for that.

    I see that we were both riding bikes that we built ourselves.
    Mark Walberg
    Building bike frames for fun since 1973.

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