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Day 15: Bodega Bay, CA to San Francisco, CA
October 18, 2009, 6:21 pm
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15 Days of pedaling…nearly a 1000 miles…and we have finally reached San Francisco!  What a crazy experience it has been to this point.  Reaching this city has finally made us realize the actual distance we have covered in the short 2 weeks on our bikes.

The ride today from Bodega Bay to San Francisco was again a gorgeous ride, from the rolling farmland landscape, to coastal Red Tide overlooks on the Pacific, the ride proved itself to be top notch (like every single day so far on this trip).  I will let the mass amount of photos below speak for themselves…

Upon arrival to the outskirts of San Fran, we regrouped all the riders, and headed over the Golden Gate Bridge.  I can honestly say, I never thought I would ever be riding a bike over this massive bridge in my life.  But, I now can check it off my “bucket list” and say that I have, or should I say, we all have.  It was definitely a high light of the day.

We were lucky to meet up with Sherry McConkey for some drinks and sushi in the marina area of SF.  Great times had by all and it was the perfect cap to the day to have dinner with her.  We are all very excited to have her, Ayla, and Tal onboard come midweek.

Unfortunately, San Francisco is the last stop for Angeli on this trip.  She has to depart, but we are all very grateful for her help up to this point in the trip and couldn’t have made it without her.  A HUGE THANKS TO ANGELI AND HER SUPPORT!  Alex Obrien is now onboard to replace her, take some photos, and to keep the group motoring down the 101 and Route 1.

We will be taking a down day for recovery in San Fran, but will be hitting the road again to Santa Cruz early Monday morning.

Thanks for reading.  Enjoy the photos.

…and always remember, if you ride this far like we have, be sure to use a lot of Butt Butt’r!


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