Brent, you missed Douglas :( ; but thanks for all you do to promote safety between cyclists and motorists. I could compete with you on geographical diversity, however, it is very enjoyable to ride in a different place most days!
I wish there was a category for broadest geographical diversity of rides. I think I would have won based on this past week! In order, I logged rides in Columbus, Americus, Albany, Valdosta, Tifton, St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, and Savannah. Southwest, south, and coastal GA are truly great places to ride. Many thanks to all the gracious hosts and "tour guides" I met along the way!
Well my first BRAG is over and I completed 463 miles, wonderful experience but definatley out of my comfort zone with sleeping arrangements. Thank you to my wonderful husband Richard who drove to St. Marys and cheered me in, what a fabulous feeling. I met lots of great people. Bob it was great to finally meet you and it was very gracious of you to ride with us. Benny a very great pleasure as well. Thursday we rode in the rain and I experienced my only flat of the week but that will also go down in memory with rain, rear tire, dirty, tired and showing Misty tire changing 101 at the same time. Done, not too bad if I say so myself. Brent so happy to meet you and Thank you for coming to Albany last night we had a great time I hope Pecan City Pedalers can help GA Bikes make an impact in Albany.