Appetite Seminar

$23.95

Vintage Ride Poster

The Thanksgiving Day Appetite Seminar in Marin County is by far the longest running annual mountain bike event. The first ride took place in 1975, when a half dozen riders took their one-speed, coaster brake bikes on the challenging, hilly loop over the top of Pine Mountain, with a traditional stop just past the peak at “Smoker’s Knoll,” then into the Kent Lake drainage and back up to Woodacre Ridge to the now famous Repack downhill course into Cascade Canyon in Fairfax, California.

The idea was that if you burned a few thousand calories, you could gobble even more turkey. Or something like that.

Now the ride draws hundreds and hundreds of riders and is a cherished annual tradition.

The shirt? Oh yeah, the shirt. It’s 100% cotton made by Canvas Company and super comfortable. Short sleeve. You’ll love it.

1976 Appetite Seminar Riders aboard state-of-the-art steeds of the day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A sad day for cycling, a legend amongst us has passed on. For 46 years Tony Tom and his "A Bicycle Odyssey" shop in Sausalito, California offered cycling fanatics the finest from around the world.

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