Lorenzo "winter is the new summer" Colitti, Eric, Joe, Daniel, Sandor, Ario, Sarah, and yours truly set off from a forebodingly dark and misty Ritual about 6:45 and sliced thru the night with only our steely resolve for a cutlass. A foggy curtain of dread then draped itself upon us south of the sleepy city, and though the vapors clouded our vision, we still rode with power.
Winter's icy grip loosened slightly as northbound allies PC and Lucas intercepted us in san mateo, though our combined lights could not vanquish the seething fogs and cats of foster city. The elements made one last attempt to defeat us in the muddy swamps of Roubaix, with most riders opting against tempting fate in the mudbog.
9:32 arrival and all food devoured.
Great ride, NRLB folks! Does anyone have pictures? I wish we'd taken one just after going through the mud.
- DanOn Jan 10, 2008 10:33 PM, Eric Altendorf < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Putative nrlb'res! Important. Call or text me at 541 908 2394 at 6am
to confirm if it is raining.
On 1/10/08, Dan Vanderkam <email@example.com> wrote:
> So as one of those first-time SF2G'ers, I'm not sure what appropriate
> apparel will be for this ride. Am I going to regret wearing shorts? Will
> gloves be a must?
> - Dan
> On Jan 10, 2008 11:26 AM, Sarah J. Bell < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > For those of you who haven't biked in a while, who made a New Year's
> > resolution to get back in the saddle, who live in the Mission and ride
> > fixies, or who are interested in trying SF2G for the first time, there
> > also be an NRLB group on Friday. Same rollout time and place, but those
> > have meetings can boot it while the rest of us roll in together thinking
> > about the weekend, the partycar, and beer.
> > ~Sarah
> > On Jan 10, 2008 11:01 AM, Lorenzo Colitti <email@example.com > wrote:
> > > Sarah J. Bell wrote:
> > > > I assume, in the tradition of Fridays, this is an NRLB ride?
> > > > ~Sarah
> > >
> > > I was actually thinking of doing a reasonable pace, although that might
> > > be preempted by muddy conditions. Of course, if we get a large group
> > > going there will probably be someone taking it slow too...
> > >
> > > Cheers,
> > > Lorenzo
> > >