Ready, Set, Go!
Scott, Lap, Russell and Tom
My favorite bikers raring to go!
Our indomitable bike riding trio are off once again
to participate in a Double Century bike ride on Saturday.
Yesterday Russell joined them for a simple jaunt of 20 miles.
Tomorrow they will ride a bit over 200 miles in one day!
Here's the link to that bike ride they are doing today:
Meanwhile we continue to have
beautiful sunrises......lucky us.
Here's the link to Six Words:
and to Shadow Shot Sundays:
Have a fabulous week!
Loved the beautiful sunrise! And I am heading over to the link right now to read about the cycling. Some people are so ambitious!ReplyDelete
Have a great Saturday!
Linda @ Truthful Tidbits
Great post for the day! Love your bikers! Hope all of you have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
Two hundred miles is quite a trek! Wishing them luck.ReplyDelete
And that is a really amazing photo of the sunrise.
Two hundred miles in one day? I don't even want to drive my car for 200 miles in one day. Yikes.ReplyDelete
Have a terrific weekend honey. Big hugs. :)
Nice post, fun group photo, and I am also enjoying all I can before the snow flies here!ReplyDelete
Two hundred miles in a day? Wow.ReplyDelete
Love the pictures. Have fun!ReplyDelete
That sounds nice, Kathy, but it IS a long way to ride in one sitting.ReplyDelete
We ride the MS 150 from Houston ot Austin in two days. But no too much training is needed and isn't a race.
"The BP MS 150 is a two-day fundraising cycling ride organized by the National MS Society. In 2013, we are close to hitting our goal of $18 million for MS. It's not ..."
200 miles in one day is amazing, so is your sunrise picture!ReplyDelete
holy cow, 200 hundred miles, I hope a lot of it's downhill! Good for them.ReplyDelete
A beautiful sunrise like the one on your post is a great way to start the day. And my best to the bikers. I hope they all accomplish their goals.ReplyDelete
Incredible bike challenge. And still the bikers smile. A gorgeous sky in the second photo too.ReplyDelete
I do love the sky shot - the shadows fall from the sky - and within the clouds. To a lovely effect! I have known many a bike rider of tremendous skill - that would find 200 a serious challenge. We all hope for success!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous sunrise! The weekend is almost over but I hope it was a good one, Kathe. :)ReplyDelete
You have a very clever blog name.ReplyDelete
Beautiful sunrise indeed-and so lucky!ReplyDelete
Still trying to comprehend riding a bike for 200 miles. Wow.