It occurred to me that it would be a fun writing (not riding) exercise to ride all the California Triple Crown double centuries in a year and to blog about it. Obstacles lie both in riding and writing. First problem is scheduling: This year, six weekends between April 10 to May 15 had seven doubles, with two rides on May 1. Then, there are five rides between May 29 and June 26, all on consecutive weekends. The schedule relents thereafter, with a six week break until August 7. There are six rides between August 7 and October 30. So, in my opinion, undertaking this task will leave one with sore legs, sore tuchis, high hotel and gas bills, unhappy family, and neglected work. And who has the time to write so many reports in a timely manner? A very fit and family-free retired person may wish to undertake this, but not I.
On the other hand, there are 10, by my count, Northern and Central California doubles, spread throughout the year with the toughest stretch of Eastern Sierra, Alta Alpina 8 and Terrible Two on consecutive weekends in June. Family issues aside, that may be doable. Though not by me. Not now anyway.