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A different perspective for tracking activities...

As I MTB or ride my stationary or run almost every day, and while I was on Falcon Trail riding once again, I devised a new way to track my rides other than number of days or exact miles that I have ridden. I decided that I will compare my riding to real world goals...  As I ride a single speed MTB, my distances will be far shorter than those capable by any geared bike or by any road bike.  Basically, the fastest I can ride on level ground is 21mph, and that is with my feet spinning like they…

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Added by Bill Schmeister on January 19, 2013 at 9:48pm — No Comments

Flying with crutches...

As many of you know, I recently broke my femur mountain bike riding in Williams Canon back in January (and had to be rescued by EPCSAR - http://www.epcsar.org).  Well, the real world is setting in and I need to get back to work and traveling.  I (and my family) have done quite a bit of traveling and I am working on a blog while I have limited mobility and my experiences at different airports and airlines while traveling with crutches.  Feel free to check…

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Added by Bill Schmeister on February 17, 2011 at 9:42am — No Comments

Travel experience site

Hey all, I am a travel and biking hound (I get grumpy if I don't ride nearly every day) and wanted to share any travel advice and experiences that I can with the community.



Check out our site: http://www.schmeister.com/BMZTravels/



We have spent significant time in Europe and various locations within North America. If you are looking for a place to go or some advice on what to do while there, we have done the planning many… Continue

Added by Bill Schmeister on August 11, 2010 at 1:26pm — No Comments

Can't scream loud enough

What a great ride I had... Started at the Bear Creek Dog park and rode the Ascent Cycling Series trails up to Gold Camp. From there, I rode up Gold Camp to High Drive and up to the Captn Jacks. Totally bombed down Jacks (crash free), then some high speed road back down Gold Camp, then exited onto Bear Creek Terrace for more high speed downhill single track.



I can't scream loud enough how great a ride that is.



I just need to replace my GPS so I can map these out and time myself… Continue

Added by Bill Schmeister on August 6, 2010 at 2:03pm — 1 Comment

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