My friend Richard Philabaum rides his Reynolds Wishbone recumbent as he ascends Salsbury grade out of Death Valley, California as a participant in the Adventure Corps Furnace Creek 508. Although the event takes place in October, in this locale the weather was still like summer in most of the country, and this climb indeed seems endless.
Here is a shot I snapped off in early August on a day off from working at the bike shop, the place I took this shot at is one of my more favorite places to ride to here in town to get away from everything and reflect. It also usually results in me taking pictures of my bike throughout the seasons there also.
—Nicholas TenBrink, Ann Arbor, Michigan
This shot was taken here on June 21st.
My Trek Valencia resting under one of the huts at the Paoay Lake National Park in Ilocos Norte, the Philippines. Paoay Lake is a great place for bird watching as birds migrate here from China all year round, especially during the winter season. Photo was taken 24 October 2009.
—Kristian Ablan, Ilocos Norte, the Philippines
My commute is through some of the most scenic area left in eastern Massachusetts. This is from the first day of school going to work. Still summer. This is from a farm just up from Snipatuit pond in Rochester MA.
Another beautiful day on the strand in Southern California. We try to get down there once a week and pretty much everyday looks like this…Including the smiles.
Truly an Endless Summer for my wife Jen and her bike Olive.
—Aaron Burke, Redondo Beach, CA
Here’s a picture of my Gunnar. No exotic location, just a park not too far from my house that I stop by on my way back from rides. Great website/blog!