9.27.2016

a few more photos from the DCMTB\MORE trailwork day at Fort Dupont with REI

a few of the major players in the process
brian ken and mark


Join the FORT DUPONT MOUNTAIN BIKERS FACEBOOK GROUP
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1410410639222546/


one of our projects was to improve the effectiveness of the water bars on a descent
I would prefer to have installed ROLLING DIP GRADES
but honestly... I am a trail rider not a trail builder
so we reworked what they had

Julie of the National Park Service was really the point person on this project!
Thanks Julie and NPS!


scan the gwadzilla archives for MORE on this topic
as well as the GWADZILLA FACEBOOK PAGE


Steve of MORE!
MORE



DCMTB




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some images from the Head of the Potomac... search the archives for more about rowing.. georgetown etc...

a few shots of my brother Marc Gwadz rowing a single
I think he scored 2nd in the Grand Master Class
not to be confused with Grand Master Flash
apparently another racer cut the course... but was allowed to take first





a few shots of Ad Bax
the man is 60
still kicking ass on the bike... on the boat... and in the lab


Dean in the yellow visor in the bow of the Wilson 8
kids did well
early in the season
still finding a rhythm... still finding a groove


another shot of the dog


and here are some shots from the pros
ROW 2K





9.26.2016

some random photos of some random cyclists in Washington DC






Fort Dupont Trail Day with DCMTB and REI!

a few weeks back the National Park Service had a trail work day at Fort Dupont Park here in Washington DC
this was a bit of a team building exercise for the new employees of the soon to be opened REI Flagship store in the District of Columbia
a few representatives of DCMTB (DC Mountain Bike) and MORE (Mid Atlantic Off Road Enthusiasts) let over 100 REI employees in some trail building, trash pick up, and invasive plant specie removal

it was a good day!


want to throw down more words
but need to focus on the tasks at hand


they say a picture is worth a thousand words
well
maybe these photos will aid in tellint a story