Just hanging out in beautiful Napa County, enjoying the landscape.

Oh, and the roads. Oh, and the flat tires! Not!

Please! Throw your glass bottles on the side of the road! There is not enough broken glass in our path.

We wish there were more cars in California!

Just hanging out in beautiful Napa County, enjoying the landscape.

Oh, and the roads. Oh, and the flat tires! Not!

Please! Throw your glass bottles on the side of the road! There is not enough broken glass in our path.

We wish there were more cars in California!

SF Meet & Greet this Saturday

Join us this Saturday, 7/30 from 12-2pm at Crissy Field as we finish our cross-country bike tour. After we ride across the Golden Gate, we’ll head to the picnic area at West Bluff. Meet the team, check out our bikes, and hear about our trip. More info? Email info@ridealabamboo.com Thanks. See you there.

Our Couchsurfing hosts invited us to the local bike coop, Davis Bike Collective, for an outdoor film screening spotlighting Peter Wagner, a local bike builder. Great short film, great space, great people.

Our Couchsurfing hosts invited us to the local bike coop, Davis Bike Collective, for an outdoor film screening spotlighting Peter Wagner, a local bike builder. Great short film, great space, great people.

Blazing through the American River Bike Trail on our way to Davis tonight. No cars, no worries.

Blazing through the American River Bike Trail on our way to Davis tonight. No cars, no worries.

Visiting Marc’s Aunt and cousins in Placerville, CA. ¡Mi Familia!

Visiting Marc’s Aunt and cousins in Placerville, CA. ┬íMi Familia!

The benefit of climbing is the reward of going downhill. Yesterday we made our way from Carson City, NV and crossed into CA. We climbed over Carson’s Pass (8,573 ft) and camped at Woods Lake (pictured above). Today we dropped 6,000+ feet as we entered Placerville, CA.

The benefit of climbing is the reward of going downhill. Yesterday we made our way from Carson City, NV and crossed into CA. We climbed over Carson’s Pass (8,573 ft) and camped at Woods Lake (pictured above). Today we dropped 6,000+ feet as we entered Placerville, CA.

We couldn’t think of any words to describe this photo. Maybe words can’t describe what we’re feeling right now. See you soon, SF!

We couldn’t think of any words to describe this photo. Maybe words can’t describe what we’re feeling right now. See you soon, SF!

Because 118 miles to Fallon the other day wasn’t enough, we decided to squeeze in a short day of 60 miles to Carson City, NV for a rest day today. We plan out our final week of the ride and head out Monday morning to CA.

Because 118 miles to Fallon the other day wasn’t enough, we decided to squeeze in a short day of 60 miles to Carson City, NV for a rest day today. We plan out our final week of the ride and head out Monday morning to CA.

A five-hundred mile trail run in 10 days, this guy is doing just that. www.StatesRunner.com

A five-hundred mile trail run in 10 days, this guy is doing just that. www.StatesRunner.com

Our biggest day of the tour! With a grand total of 118 miles, we made it to Fallon, NV. Tomorrow, we ride to Carson City, NV for a much needed rest day.

Our biggest day of the tour! With a grand total of 118 miles, we made it to Fallon, NV. Tomorrow, we ride to Carson City, NV for a much needed rest day.