Linn’s restaurant general manager and avid bike rider Aaron Linn, on Monday, Jan. 7, points out some of the loose gravel that has riders on edge after a resurfacing job on Highway 1 north of Cambria which used a new, larger paving aggregate. In addition to the larger material, bike lanes in some parts have become narrower, drop-offs from the new paving to the old are sharp and potholes (some several inches deep) have been camouflaged by the repaving.
Linn’s restaurant general manager and avid bike rider Aaron Linn, on Monday, Jan. 7, points out some of the loose gravel that has riders on edge after a resurfacing job on Highway 1 north of Cambria which used a new, larger paving aggregate. In addition to the larger material, bike lanes in some parts have become narrower, drop-offs from the new paving to the old are sharp and potholes (some several inches deep) have been camouflaged by the repaving. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Linn’s restaurant general manager and avid bike rider Aaron Linn, on Monday, Jan. 7, points out some of the loose gravel that has riders on edge after a resurfacing job on Highway 1 north of Cambria which used a new, larger paving aggregate. In addition to the larger material, bike lanes in some parts have become narrower, drop-offs from the new paving to the old are sharp and potholes (some several inches deep) have been camouflaged by the repaving. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

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January 09, 2013 4:21 PM

Local cyclists in a huff about a rough road

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