|How many RBR's in NorCal?||S-U-B|
Dec 11, 2002 5:50 PM
|hey everyone, been a regular viewer, occasional poster on this site since i got hooked on cycling about 1.5 years ago. I know who most of the regular posters are, but you probably dont know who I am. How many of you live in the Nor Cal area, specifically the central valley and foothills. I believe I saw Dinasaur lives in the foothills? anyone else? I'm going to try and reply to more posts in the future so try not to get to annoyed(sp?)
|re: How many RBR's in NorCal?||GreenEugene|
Dec 11, 2002 6:39 PM
Dec 11, 2002 7:32 PM
|I'm a 1.
But... You need to reveal where you are located before others may chime in. 17 views so far as I reply, do the math.
|re: How many RBR's in NorCal?||gybeho|
Dec 11, 2002 7:41 PM
I work for Tandem Bike House in Merced. Mention your an RBR and I'll give you a deal.
Dan "The Mechanic Man" McVey
|re: How many RBR's in NorCal?||DINOSAUR|
Dec 11, 2002 8:11 PM
|I live in the "Ozarks of Placer County"....in the foothills above Auburn.....|
|re: How many RBR's in NorCal?||rollinrob|
Dec 11, 2002 8:21 PM
|I live in Granite Bay|
|re: How many RBR's in NorCal?||S-U-B|
Dec 11, 2002 9:12 PM
|sorry I left that out. I live in Sonora. appriciate the other responses.|
|South of the Ozarks of Placer Co.||Giant Joe|
Dec 11, 2002 11:46 PM
|Way outside of Foresthill
Not to many roadie's in my neck of wood.Ride mostly road some offroad.Got A CX on order.
Regular viewer for about 3 months, this is only my thrid post on this site.But I'll pass along some more Bs every now and then,sometimes I have somehing to say.
1-Favorite place to ride-Upper Foresthill Rd./Sac. bike trail( rides with fewest autos).
2-Favorite ride-(Giant tcr right now)
3-bike shop-like Freewheelers in Davis,but still looking for something A little closer around Sacramento/Rocklin area.
|South of the Ozarks of Placer Co.||DINOSAUR|
Dec 12, 2002 8:40 AM
|Your only real choice is the Auburn Bicycle Emporium on SR-49 in Auburn. They are the largest bike shop in the Sacramento Valley region. The other shop in town is The Auburn Bike Works, just down the road toward I-80 on the opposite side of the street. The Bicycle Emporium is also in the catalog business (Cambria Bicycle Outfitters). There is Sharps Bicycles in Rocklin, off of Stanford Ranch Rd next to Walmart (never have been there). I do most of my small shopping on the internet and buy the big stuff at the Emporium. Lot's of good riding out Foresthill way, but I imagine there is white stuff on the ground when you get out of town E/of Sugar Pine.|
|re: How many RBR's in NorCal?||cycleguy|
Dec 12, 2002 12:27 AM
|I was in our LBS a couple of weeks ago..||DINOSAUR|
Dec 12, 2002 8:45 AM
|And they had a Mondonico frame on display, orange, same model as yours I believe....I might have Bill order me a Mondonico Foco in 4 years when I hit the big 64, I like the ride of steel and that orange is a very nice color...
|very pleasant Pleasanton.||curtybirdychopper|
Dec 12, 2002 12:28 PM
|the rides in my area actually are very pleasant. its very easy to be alone on a road through rolling hills weekend mornings. i've ridden up to the pass to the central valley, but never beyond and into tracy.|
|re: How many RBR's in NorCal?||bikenbo|
Dec 12, 2002 1:10 PM
I know some people in Sonora though.