WY Ride North

A mid-ride break near a waterfall in Curt Gowdy State Park in Wyoming. We rode only 8.5 miles that day, but the weather, company and riding was perfect!

A mid-ride break near a waterfall in Curt Gowdy State Park in Wyoming. We rode only 8.5 miles that day, but the weather, company and riding was perfect!

It’s almost the Autumnal Equinox, the point when the sun is almost directly over the equator, and we drove north to squeeze the last remaining ounces out of the summer season. Dustin, Christie and I began riding around 11 after a late start and big breakfast while looking up exactly how much summer sun was left. We captured lots of video and photos of our trip, enjoyed a cool dip in the waterfalls halfway through our ride and made it safely back to the car despite a broken chain and bent brake lever. Hopefully the fall brings equally adventurous Saturdays and allows for more time with good friends in the outdoors.

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