It’s always a great pleasure to read a book in one sitting. This one was a great vacation read.
The simplest training ride from my house is quite lovely.
A gift from Yokohama is one of the highlights of my basic training ride.
While the Skagit Valley is best known for it’s tuplip fields, late May had plenty of colorful patches of bulbs and plenty to see.
Always shocked when I need to new cleats, it’s a small thing that makes me feel like an audacious hero!
It’s popular for a reason.
Fred Birchmore died last week. To a life well lived and an inspiration, Chapeau! Fred! Chapeau!
Overweight and undertrained, spring fever got the best of me as I took to the road for a three-day journey.
Another spin through the tulips, though this week, joined by the man in the dark jacket.
With no car, but a busy urban homestead, we find a way to get more efficiency out of our bicycle.
With the day bright and a car to get there, Skagit Valley was a swell place to play hookie for the day and get in some miles on the bike.
Better late then never, I’m finally out on my bicycle!