Bicycling Pictures and Other Stuff

The following pages have lots of rather large pictures, all of which link to a jpeg that you can download. I've put in decent descriptions, so you can turn image loading off, guess which you'd like, and then download the jpeg's. The numbers (in parentheses) after each link indicate the approximate size of all the GIF's on that page, so if you have a medium-fast link, you can guess which pages will load quicker. Yes, I have a really really fast connection (100Mbps and up, mostly up), but I've tried to keep these pages as simple as I can.
My XO-1(156K)
Diagrams and comments on the Moustache Bars.(245K)
Some off-road trails in the area(214K)
Some pics of the lesser travelled part of Alpine Road(91K)
My fixed gear bike. Nothing special, I just needed to test our new digital camera.
My 1996 Rivendell Road.
My 1998/1999 Ibis Mojo
26 pics of the 1999 Cyclocross Nationals(c. 1200K)
28 Pics of the 2001 San Francisco Grand Prix (c. 800K)
48 Pics of the 2002 San Francisco Grand Prix (c. 3MB)
59 Pics of the 2003 San Francisco T-Mobile International, presented by BMC Software (formerly known as the Grand Prix)
44 Pics of the 2004 T-Mobile
I also have a picture of the Rivendell/Brooks B-17 saddle. (Download 49K JPEG)

Steven Sheffield began, and Rivendell maintains a page for Rivendell Bicycle Works.

If you ride rollers, and find them as boring as I do, check out my "Rollers Song."

Then there's my corruption of Janis Joplin's "Mercedes Benz," from a fixed-gear point of view.

Are you a gear chart weenie? Can you handle Excel for the Mac files that have been binhexed (.hqx)? Or can you handle Excel 98 files with a silly DOS extension (.xls)? If so, I have some Excel spreadsheets that might be of interest to you:

Are you wondering how to use a short cage rear derailleur with a triple crank? Well, I have a rather lengthy explanation of how to do that.

Are you contemplating changing from a double-chainring setup to a triple-chainring setup? I have another lengthy explanation on that too.

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