Monday, October 19, 2015

What Can you Expect when you open up a Predator?

WP_20151018_09_55_18_ProI don’t always write about social, mobile and cloud computing.

Sometimes I take actual pictures of clouds.

This cloud is slowly crawling across Tiger Mountain on my climb to the top yesterday.

It was very quiet and a little ominous as I slowly creeped along on my way to the 3004 foot summit.

The Pacific Northwest is Cloudy

In case you haven’t heard there is an occasional spot of rain that falls in the PNW. This ride was no different. At the bottom it was nice and relatively warm. About 1000 feet up the first drops of rain were felt. By the summit it was drizzling enough to let us know that Mother Nature is in charge.

With the Pacific Bike & Ski crew at Tiger Mtn Summit image

It’s all downhill from here! 

It was a great ride and we covered it all without incident or injury. Just the way we like it. Thanks to Tyler from Pacific Bike and Ski for leading.

For more riding check out the Pacific Bike and Ski website for the Mtn Bike rides Thursday night (yes, we ride at night) and the Sunday rides. There are road rides too.

Opening Up a Predator – What Can You Expect?

imageIf you want to get some riding in and have some fun head to Tiger Mountain on Saturday, Oct 24th for some BBQ and Fun. The Evergreen Mtn Bike Alliance is hosting a ‘grand opening’ of the new Predator Trail --- it’s a double black diamond --- Experts Only trail on Tiger Mountain. Details are here.

Here are a few pics to whet your appetite … or to use as a sanity check. The entry and exit points are gnarly steep. Experts Only!


See you on the Trails!

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