|True early winter Saturday spirit in the tradition of Cyclisme.|
|Many bikes, and lots of clothes to choose from. Edward was excited.|
|Getting dressed for the first time cold.|
|Blazer Boys and Girls Club Manager, Tim Sicocan.|
built a foundation of Word-RCB hospitality, as they presented two safe columns,
a way of "biking about town"
with our Blazer Boy's and Girls Club compotatos!
Pushing and sprinting for the uphill Eastmorland Park sign.
Blazer Club Stars Olivia and Edward Cooper rode on the road with the Team for the first time not on the back of a tandem, and they were in contention for every game. Thanks Team. It was fun.
They brought with them, Tim Sicocan, Club Manager at Blazer Club, who rode well to keep up in such good spirits.
|Yoga at Reed College is a 15year old Cyclisme tradition made famous by Ian Powell's father, Jerry.|
|The Outlet store is big and open. It has two luxurious WHEELCHAIR ACCESSABLE Bathrooms!|
|Robin gets ready for her turn to push.|
The Coop's loyal mentor Tim Sicocan chased them into the fray on a handbuilt Igleheart cyclocross frame.
Starting out with process goals of high legspeed, and riding in two columns, la Squadra Cyclisme worked toward a skill building and strengthening team ice-breaker ride to Reed College.
|Hotdogs! (about time, too!) Ian Powel was starving.|
Most had to shift down, way down to endure it. Pushing kids made it hard. But everyone's heart rate and legspeeds were up in the hundreds. Some more hundreds than others.
Everyone improved skills safely. good team building happened fast throughout the ride. It was impressive, natural.
|Olivia and Kayleen. Two soldiers of the road.|
Saturday afternoon from the waterfront to Reed College and back.
on the road felt like an adventure.
|It was fun.|
|The bikes were fast.|
|Impressed! You got me every Saturday.|