Riders from the 29th annual RAMROD (Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day) cyclist rally take a break and pose for pictures in front of the iconic mountain, crowned with a large lenticular cloud on Thursday July 26, 2012. A lenticular cloud forms at the peak when warm, moist air hits the surface, cooling into a cloud as it rises upward towards the summit. Although it appears to be stationery, a lenticular formation is a signal of steady air flow - but as seen here, only cold enough around the top of the mountain to appear as a cloud. Sometimes it means rain the following day, sometimes it's just a signal of cooling temperatures, which rose into the 80's for the 152-mile RAMROD bike ride. This view is from Inspiration Point, the highest point of the ride at 4,850 feet elevation, and a payoff for making it through the first 75 miles. The RAMROD is organized each year by the Redmond Cycling Club.