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Colorado / CEO Jim in colorado
« on: November 24, 2009, 06:24:01 pm »
The Week after Thanksgiving ACA CEO Jim Sayer will be visiting Colorado shops.  I am considering driving thru Salida to the Colorado Springs meeting.  Anyone want a ride?  Bill 309-255-4014

Everyone has to measure road safety for themself.....but due to width of trike on many shoulder-less roads and low profile for visibility for vehicles coming from behind,  I cannot recommend a trike for an extended tour.
I can get you in touch with a cyclist who started a cross-country on a trike and switched to his upright road bike after a week if you like.

Bill Hermann

Colorado / Re: Introduce Yourself
« on: February 26, 2009, 10:10:15 pm »
Hi to All:

     (Especially Hi to Frank M and Jack Turner)  I rode B76 in 76 and have led and/or staffed a bunch of ACA self supported and events since then.  This year I am co-directing Relaxed Idaho and staffing Montana Divide.
     Moving to Colorado just last year (2008) I'm anxious to get on the road again.  Anyone passing thru Alamosa is welcome to stop for a chat or backyard camping and a shower. (But I won't be here too much in summer....I teach at Adams State).
     Today I did the eight miles south of Del Norte on Great Divide trail and it was Great!  Uphill and headwind for 1.25 hours.....back down in .25 hours.
     Saturday Night (Feb 28) I plan on being at Waterloo Icehouse in Louisville,CO about 9PM if anyone cares to stop by.  (Look for the short grey-bearded guy...ok so that applies to a lot of us but I will try to wear my ACA ball cap)
(309) 255-4014.


Bill Herrmann

Colorado / Re: Informal ACA Rides Here in Colorado
« on: February 26, 2009, 09:58:26 pm »
Hi Frank:
     Nice of you to take on this "extra" assignment.

Anytime I'm in Alamosa (Adams State College academic year) ACA memebers passing thru are welcome to visit my back yard!

Bill Herrmann

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