Lance WinslowGranny Gear

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Camarillo // California


 

About Me

I am a trail runner mostly, but occasionally like to challenge myself on steep terrain on mountain bike
Ray, you have a great attitude and are doing everything right in my view. As a trail-runner, just under elite level, I am generally 'killing it' and I notice that people (hikers) move out of my way regardless without asking, I always say thanks, speed up a little, and it's done. Everyone wins. When I…
I'd like to make one final comment on this topic. If people would wear colors that stand out, not camouflage colors that blend it, it would go a long way to preventing accidents. You can see a bright color for a long distance off, as long as you aren't wearing orange during the California Poppy…
When trail running, I always yield no matter what, and I always appreciate it when a cyclist yells, "Thanks, 3-more coming" because then I am not as worried starting back again around a somewhat blind corner. Personally, I think MOST all cyclists I've encountered to be safety conscious, some time too cautious, but either way…
Dear Prophet, I could not have stated it better myself - your comment comes from an obvious understanding of human nature and the laws of physics. Well done.
Manwell, I totally 100% agree. I see the problem with obstinate hikers who think they own the trail, people listening to music while hiking or running, and inexperienced mountain bikers. Normally, there isn't a problem. I've never had a problem and find MOST mountain bikers alert and quite respectful. I always say hi, they are…
Personally, as both a mountain biker and trail runner - mostly a trail runner. I always yield to mountain bikers, especially when they are going down hill. It's only fair. When running up steep hills, I generally pass riders or are about the same speed. If a mountain biker is gaining on my, I will…
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