Extreme Railbiking

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2019/02/28 19:24:58 (permalink)

Extreme Railbiking

I thought I'd break the streak of no posts with something a little off topic.
 
You'll notice a recumbent in the first few minutes of this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viSJsOUCGu4) video.
 
Beautiful and a tad on the wild side.  
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    timturner
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    Re: Extreme Railbiking 2019/03/04 10:52:03 (permalink)
    I've been doing a lot of gravel riding the last year.  I would love to do this!

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    Re: Extreme Railbiking 2019/03/04 22:28:26 (permalink)
    Once my overdeveloped paranoia muscle relaxes and I'm assured I'll stay on the bike/rail the scenery looks absolutely incredible.  
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    Re: Extreme Railbiking 2019/03/07 17:45:02 (permalink)
    But the "no maintenance" aspect of the railroad concerns me.  The video shows a collapsed trestle late. When are the others going to collapse like that?!!!
     

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