Met at 24/m BART as per the plan. 4 bikers: Scott, Pedro (first
time?), Brian (first time!), and myself. Rolled out from Millbrae
around 7:45 and set a fastish/comfortable pace. Blew through the
rest-stop before FCF and kept on going. (In fact, we never stopped
during the entire ride except for lights, and not even then
sometimes.) Othman was somewhere ahead of us but we never caught up to
him. Later on we found out that he had waited for a bit bit the chill
had kept him moving on. The sun never really came out, but the weather
held despite forcasted rain and we rolled into Google right around
9:30 after a push down the last stretch. Brian and I saw Scott and
Pedro riding up for breakfast at No Name. We chose to dine at Moma and
made it in time for breakfast (except for pancakes.) Time = 1:53, Avg
speed = 15.6mph. Not bad for a few first-timers (and a
recently-lazy-bones like myself)! Thanks for the nice ride guys.
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 11:15 PM, Sean McBride wrote:
> I'm in and I'm bringing a friend to keep me honest. Brian, my roommate
> and fellow Googler, has finally caved and started cycling. (But don't
> worry, he just biked 30m/1400' last Sunday.) Tomorrow, I
> will hook him on the sf2g crack. See you guys ~7 on ticket level of
> That said, a healthy rain will cancel, but I'll text you in that case.
> On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 3:33 PM, Scott Crosby wrote:
> > gents:
> > myself and the wacky argentine pedro will be boarding tomorrow's 7:11
> > millbrae bart (24/m) for 7:37 arrival in millbrae, and thence via bayway to
> > G, with anticipated <9:30 final arrival.
> > the pace will be cordial, so if anyone out there is up for a
> > intro-pace-but-not-slow-per-se 30 miler, meet at the *ticket level* of 24/m
> > bart at 7:05 and we'll get on the 7:11.
> > -SC