https://www.leelikesbikes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/leelikesbikeslogoheader.jpg 0 0 leelikesbikes https://www.leelikesbikes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/leelikesbikeslogoheader.jpg leelikesbikes2008-04-26 20:23:512008-04-26 20:23:51Sigh … time for some real work
Sigh … time for some real work
Hey all, I’ll be in Norcal next week working on a software project. I’ll try to keep leelikesbikes updated, but I’m not sure how much time I’ll have. Gotta pay for that group health insurance!
I do the user interface, flow, copywriting, etc. for this bad @$$ piece of enterprise loan origination software:
if you have your wheels and time for a ride here in norcal, drop me a line. I’d love to “ride with a master”.
I would too! 🙂
I flew bikeless, which was wierd, and I’m pretty much stuck in Marin. But, boy, would I love some Santa Cruz, Montara, etc. …
Today I’m renting a couple bikes and taking a software client for a cruise. It’s part of the whole client schmooze thing. Isn’t life funny?
“Flow with 4.0”. Nice. That yours? Sounds like you…
Funny Lee………..on top of the kids Strider bikes our other business is lending!
“stuck in Marin” …that’s funny. I’d say that would be torture if you were trying to ride on a weekend. But midweek “hooky” rides could be a lot of fun with no one else on the trails.
where did you end up taking the clients? ride report forthcoming?
We cruised up/down Tennessee Valley to the beach. it was beautiful. Photos to come.
OMG — we just broke for lunch … yawn!!!
Lee, I don’t know if you know this, but at the Carpark at the Tenneesseee VVaalleey trailhead the Miwok Trail comes in from the North-west. It is an okay climb to the ridge, but on a weekday with no hikers it is one of THE most braaapable descents in Marin. For what is a hiking trail, it has doubles and manuals galore! And legal too! Unless you exceed 15 mph, which of course, one would never do (cough, cough). It would be a most worthy diversion, if you have to go back.
Sweet! I might have to get back there Thurs or Fri. There’s talk of a ‘company outing.’
It’s no Coloradean 4 hour climb and forty minute descent, you’d be back to the carpark in, I don’t know, twenty minutes?
If they want to go back then that means they must have loved it. Success!
Why don’t you make your way a little further north and check out Annadel!
I would love to, but I’m kinda tied down here. No car, no bike … today I’m working at my brother’s house. Tomorrow I’m back in the office for real stuff, then hopefully a staff ride.
Jim, the Backshop CEO, loves to ride. I’m hoping to hit some trails with him …
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I didn’t know you were in the software biz. Cool. We got two things in common.