Florence, Oregon: Old Town bike ride

My long-time and helpful cycling buddy Matt Jensen just released his latest and greatest video presentation from Tuesday’s ride with Bicycles 101, here on the central Oregon coast. He used an affordable cube style camera, attached to his bod with a chest mount. Matt has also put an invigorating and fun musical score into the mix for a crazy look at what goes on out by the ocean (the air here is so heavy, no one’s brain works at peak efficiency ;-)

Below is a photo Matt took earlier this week while riding his fatbike, a Motobecane Lurch, up above town on some logging roads in the Coast Range. View is looking down at the town of Florence, with the Siuslaw River snaking out to the Pacific Ocean. The air doesn’t get any more pristine than this! What a grand view:

View from Mountain

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