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i disagree with those posters who think the peninsula is not great unless you do the side trips.
Well, I guess we agree to disagree.
I will have to say that 101 was for the most part manageable on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula (from about Port Angeles down to Aberdeen), when it came to traffic levels or grades--no real steep or high areas for the most part. But for me, I could do that style of riding (quietish riding through rolling hills with a mix of forest and clearcut) in plenty of places down here in Oregon. If I go up that way, I want to see the highlights of the peninsula--and Olympic National Park--which means for me doing side trips.
I'm sure some of it is just general good nutrition, but I need to start somewhere.
I've tried many handlebar mirrors and only Third Eye seems to have optics that I like. http://www.thirdeyemirrors.com/(09).htm. No vibration if you install it correctly.
I have it on 3 of 4 of my bikes and feel naked riding the one without it.
I ride in the rain--soft rain and hard rain. Riding in the rain is much better than sitting in a tent in the rain. If it's cold, I'll wear rain gear.