David looks over the map for I-5 Colonnade Park.
Detail shot of the pillars surrounding the central courses at the park. Dry riding, 12 months a year. I've grown up getting muddy any time I was on a bike; this was a real experience.
Underneath the northbound lanes of Interstate 5.
Track full of bumps. Lots of fun!
These bumps are a lot more formidable than they look in this picture!
Yeah, that's a downhill between two pillars, built out of concrete pavers. Exciting stuff once you put rubber to it!
I-5 Colannade Park is filled with ramps and chutes like these. They are much more impressive in person.
More ramps in the Difficult section of Colonnade Park
I would LOVE to run my bike around this curve...when I get the guts.
David scanned the whole "Difficult" course on foot. Here he's just about to the end.
Ramps in the sun, between the northbound lanes and express lanes of I-5
David riding the track under northbound I-5. My old school Scott full-rigid mountain bike seemed to ride pretty well on this course, considering this type of riding barely existed when the bike was built in the early 1990s.
Need a chair? This one's pretty sweet...
Seattle Legal Wall, SODO
Truck along the tracks in SODO
David at the Seattle Legal Wall
By's Burgers. Best (and possibly only) Fish and Chips in SODO.
Pink Elephants: They're not just for drunk people anymore...
Seattle skyline from Alki.