The Frozen Lake Ride

Hooked up with Lubes, Spike and Velo Steve for a little snow riding Saturday on the Stone House Trail and Bear Creek Lake Park. Riding was good n powdery and the Lake was frozen solid enough that we rode out to the center and played around while the ice fisherman looked on like we were crazy....something could be said for those folks as well but we all do what we love.

Lubes and his "jugs"
Lubes and his "jugs"

Spike on the Stonehouse Trail

Spike

Spike hitting the stream crossing
Spike and the creek crossing

Velo Steve on the Stonehouse Trail
Steve in the Trees on Stone House Trail

Lubes and Steve hiking up a ridge
Lubes and Steve hiking up the ridge

Lubes and Steve
Steve and Lubes

Riding on the frozen Bear Creek Lake
Riding the Frozen Bear Creek Lake

Spike showing us how his Nokian spikes grip the ice
Riding the Frozen Bear Creek Lake

Myself giving an example of why I need spikes in my own tires.
Falling on the Frozen Bear Creek Lake

Snow on top of the ice provides for better traction
Riding the Frozen Bear Creek Lake

Bear Creek Lake
 the Frozen Bear Creek Lake

Steve riding a snow bridge
Steve and the snow Bridge

The start of the journey home
Snowy roads


A Youtube Video of riding across the ice of Bear Creek Lake by Lubes

3 comments:

  The Vegan Vagabond

December 15, 2009 at 9:46 AM

I gotta know. What's up with those jugs?

  The Evil MGE!

December 15, 2009 at 10:24 AM

Lubes claims they're some sort of static hand warmer. I believe he drinks the contents(most likely shine from the east coast), and lives vicariously through the warming liquids.

  lubes17319

December 16, 2009 at 9:36 AM

Pennsyltucky White Lightnin'!