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Photo submitted by James Tilley, “Mt. Rainier. Last 10 miles closed to traffic for the winter. Seattle has spent most of the month of October in the cold fog, so we decided to head to the mountains where it was sunny and warm.”

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Karen Peterson
Karen Peterson
10 years ago

Love the photo

filibuster cash
filibuster cash
10 years ago

Sunrise Road!!!

Lane discipliner
Lane discipliner
10 years ago

Wow…

So in Washington they have 25′ wide 2 direction bike paths, because no intelligent rider I know would ride near the centerline on a road with cars.

Psi Squared
Psi Squared
10 years ago

Beautiful picture.

No intelligent rider or person would make a comment like Lane discipliner’s based on a single photo and with zero knowledge of conditions at the time of the picture.

Pete
Pete
10 years ago

One of the best sectors to ride in the PacNW, and Lane you chose to say that???
I’d wager that was one of the most awesome rides of the year, with those condtions!

Ben
Ben
10 years ago

As it says in the description, the “Last 10 miles [were] closed to traffic for the winter.” Sunrise Park Rd. (the road on which this picture was taken) is approximately 10 miles from the White River Campground intersection (where the road is closed to traffic) to the top (Sunrise Park). I would have been riding near the center line too, because, hey, no cars and an incredible view!

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