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Name: Doug Pang
Date registered: May 14, 2010

Latest posts

  1. 5 Ways to Keep Your Stoker Happy! — May 7, 2012
  2. Basic Bike Maintenance Day — June 27, 2011
  3. Going Home from Camp Berachah, May 1 — May 3, 2011
  4. Sept 25th, Prosser Hot Air Balloon & Wine Ride — August 6, 2010
  5. The “Big Loop”, Trip Report — July 5, 2010

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May 07 2012

5 Ways to Keep Your Stoker Happy!

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Being kind of lazy I resorted to a less than full write up, but I think you’ll see that we had a great ride with Renee and Jerrold.  Tradition was broken and the tulips were in bloom, it was sunny, and we didn’t get lost.  Thanks R&J for the invite! 5 Ways to Keep Your …

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Jun 27 2011

Basic Bike Maintenance Day


Boy we were blessed with a wonderful day yesterday.  Colin and his son showed up with all kinds of bicycle tools that we got a chance to try!  Colin is an avid biker of all terrain, and once held a Beacon Hill bike shop.  Some of the repairs/adjustments we made yesterday were tire change, tire …

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May 03 2011

Going Home from Camp Berachah, May 1

Pit Chick

It was such a nice day that Heather recruited 10 of us for a ride home from Camp Berachah.  Somewhere along the Black Diamond road Nancy fell ill, probably from a combination of not enough sleep, dehydration, camp food, and overexertion.  Poor Nancy was really feeling it to a point where I had to convince …

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Aug 06 2010

Sept 25th, Prosser Hot Air Balloon & Wine Ride

Hi Riders Are you folks ready for a more casual ride in Yakima’s wine country? Prosser host a Hot Air Balloon Festival on the weekend of September 24-26th. I would like to propose a ride that is perfect for two passenger bikes. Really this is just a fun ride for singles too, but I say …

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Jul 05 2010

The “Big Loop”, Trip Report

Steve Zuka

Here’s my first attempt in posting some pictures from our July 3rd “Big Loop” ride around Lake Sammamish – Lake Washington. We all converged to Sunset Elementary School for the start of the ride at 7:00 AM, and ended up returning with close to 80 more miles on our odometers. A quick headcount shows 17 …

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