Browsing Archive: July, 2014

50 miler to Ballard, Golden Gardens

Posted by HR Analytics on Friday, July 4, 2014,

Yesterday's exploratory route is to Ballard, Golden Gardens.  Burke Gilman Trail ends somewhere before you get to Ballard and I had to do some street riding.  There were some choppy parts through Ballard going through some of the city streets but it wasn't bad at all.  I wasn't the only bike on the street.  In fact, there were dozens of other bikers on the street with me, most of them looked like commuters.  And cars in this area I think are (hopefully) constantly aware that there are plenty ...
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It's that time of year again

Posted by BoutwithGout on Thursday, July 3, 2014,
Time to train for Seattle to Portland (STP) Bike Ride again.  This will be my second time but this is my first time attempting to ride all 204 miles in one day!  The fun part is the training rides I do around the Seattle area.  It truly is a great biking town.  I have lived in a number of places and I think it is so easy to find a 100 mile bike route in the Seattle area without having to worry about connecting trails or going back and forth on the same stretch of trail.  And on top of tha...
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I'm a blogger hit with gout early when I was in my 20s (now a couple of decades ago). But I just can't give up biking, running, hiking, and just being able to be out and about exploring places. As an office worker, an organizational psychologist/data analyst, I tend to be sedentary so getting up and about is a must. But as a psychologist and data geek, I'm interested in the psychological aspects of gout as well as the data. And really, I just want to share what I learn about gout, what works for me (and doesn't work). Gout is a very personal battle and each individual is unique. I'm not an MD, so please take heed and always check with your physician.

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