Someone had a brilliant idea: pull up old unused railroad tracks and replace it with blacktop asphalt and violá . . . a bike path is born. Located… Read more “Rails to Trails”
A gift from my wife!
The discipline of ballet is often overlooked. The strength combined with the fluidity and grace of movement should be viewed without effort and appear so. The ballerina… Read more “To Watch Her Dance”
For the first time since early October, I took a ride outside . . . no more staring at the walls on my trainer. A cold front… Read more “Back on the Road”
Not too long ago, I posted a blog about doping and cycling. It is a shame on the sport, and I will not recant my opinion. But… Read more “But then again . . .”
I use to have a little dachshund who loved to run after any ball thrown. She would run until her tongue was hanging out of her mouth… Read more “Basic Instinct”
If this doesn’t motivate you, just sell your bike at a yard sale!
. . . especially at the 3 minute mark in the video
“Wins and losses come a dime a dozen, but effort . . . nobody can judge effort. Effort is between you and . . . YOU!”
We all spend countless hours on the bike, just riding and thinking. Music? Sure. But our thoughts drift around various subjects from family to national and global… Read more “Thinking on the Ride”
I am so excited and nervous at the same time. I’m in the market for a new bike. I have been riding a used Trek Madone 3.1… Read more “2 Cents Worth”
When I was a child, my family didn’t have very much money. My dad worked many, many hours a week to provide for our needs. I wouldn’t… Read more “Wishes for Later”