I have @ParisCycleGeek to thank for this idea. Here’s a map overlay of all my rides to and from work from when I started in April. I clearly take the same routes most of the time, but have mixed it up quite a bit. fwiw, this is 6 months of commutes.
StravArt: The ride that started it all for me. I like the serifs, but need to work on my planning. Doing words backwards would have been good here.
So my plan with this blog has been to feature other silly things I do on the bike with GPS, however, I haven’t gotten around to it. So here’s a Ride Every Road compiled image of Sea Ranch, CA plus some extras around the area. While this is only 5 rides it took about a year to complete as we are not there very often and there are so many fantastic rides to be had.
With 2014 over half over I figured i should start updating this tumblr with things that happened since the completion of “the project”.
I’ll start with a list and then plan to expand on each as I can remember…
So here are my cycling “accomplishments” of 2013:
1. Finished RideEveryRoad SF (started Oct 12)
2. Se7en Hells (night)
4. CobbleRides (2)
5. Congrats @cpbike
6. Trouble Coffee
7. Sundial ride
8. Perimeter ride
10. Dia de los Muertos
11. Fat Cake (2)
12. Gobble Gobble
13. Nyan Cat xmas (2)
14. 49 mile scenic
15. 1/5 of 1/20 hot 20…
Nine Months Late.
I removed the asterisk from the Ride Every Road SF project about nine months ago and I’m just now getting around to posting the ride. This was Hunter’s Point Shipyard which is closed to the public. It just so happened that there was an art open house so a group of friends and I rode around and took some photos. There was actually more security during the open house than normal so it was harder to get around. I may someday go back and get other roads (most were torn up), but I’m calling this good for now.
Ride SF. All of it. turned 1 today!
Now to update it!!!
If you just followed me, thanks. Sorry it’s been a while since I have posted. Being “done” with the project means I still trying to figure out how/what to do here…I have a few more posts about mapping, but then maybe I’ll just start posting interesting rides.
In the mean time. Follow me over here at Strava: http://www.strava.com/athletes/287
A few different options looking at the #rideallofsf completed map. The top image includes what we could do out at Hunter’s Point during the open house. The middle I did for @mashsf to go with the RGB theme and the bottom is rainbow by month starting 10/12. (The peach color was everything prior to that).
someguy123 said: how was riding through the cuttier parts of hunter's point?
Hunters Point wasn’t that bad. It’s out there and very cut off it seems, but not the worst of the public housing in SF. Areas of Sunnydale and the Bayview (included the PH) were a littler rougher.
WOW. This is really cool. A colleague forwarded this to me and it’s great.