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27 Jan 2013

Photo essay: scenes from Ashland, Oregon and the United Bicycle Institute

Posted by Adam Howell


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This blogger and a few buddies pause for a break on a winter mountain bike ride near the Ashland Watershed Area. We rode Alice and Wonderland and BTI. Tons of jumps, gaps, banking turns and crushed granite to ride on.

This blogger and a few buddies pause for a break on a winter mountain bike ride near the Ashland Creek Watershed area. We rode Alice and Wonderland and BTI. Tons of jumps, gaps, banking turns and crushed granite to ride on.

Here's a dirt jump park by the Greenway bike path in Ashland, Oregon. Too muddy to ride on this day.

Here’s a dirt jump park by the Greenway bike path in Ashland, Oregon. Too muddy to ride on this day.

Ashland dirt jump park.

Ashland dirt jump park.

The Ashland High School has this covered double-decker bike rack that fits 24 bikes.

The Ashland High School has this covered double-decker bike rack that fits 24 bikes.

This covered bike rack was at the YMCA in Ashland, OR.

This covered bike rack was at the YMCA in Ashland, OR.

This was the covered bike rack outside of the Cycle Hostel in Ashland, Oregon.

This was the covered bike rack outside of the Cycle Hostel in Ashland, Oregon.

Rich Arvizo, a United Bicycle Institute instructor, teaches an advanced seminar on suspension technician certification.

Rich Arvizo, a United Bicycle Institute instructor, teaches an advanced seminar on suspension technician certification.

Students work on bikes at the United Bicycle Institute in Ashland, Oregon.

Students work on bikes at the United Bicycle Institute in Ashland, Oregon.

This blogger test rode this Wind Runner 48-volt lithium ion battery-powered electric bike in Ashland Oregon. It has a top speed of around 20 to 25 miles per hour. It's a pedal-assisted bike, meaning that you could pedal whenever you wanted if you did not want to run the motor.Photo courtesy of Jerry Solomon of Ashland Electric Bikes.

This blogger test rode this Wind Runner 48-volt lithium ion battery-powered electric bike in Ashland Oregon. It has a top speed of around 20 to 25 miles per hour. It’s a pedal-assisted bike, meaning that you could pedal whenever you wanted if you did not want to run the motor.
Photo courtesy of Jerry Solomon of Ashland Electric Bikes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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