The simplest training ride from my house is quite lovely.
A gift from Yokohama is one of the highlights of my basic training ride.
It’s popular for a reason.
A short out and back ramble on the lovely Cedar River Trail leads us to Seattle’s watershed and a nice tour of the salmon restoration efforts going on there.
A sixty mile out and back to take a look at “Dead”, a small exhibit on the rise of the undertakers. That’s how we roll around here.
A Sunday like you want them all to be: interesting, relaxing, and with the people and things you love.
Some days it’s just better to ride your bike slowly.
…it seems almost pointless to research about it. I figure that if my brain is going to explode in the complete otherness of it, I might as well embrace that and spend what time is left trying to keep my heart from exploding on the bicycle.
Putting your bike on a ferry is easy, fun to do, and opens up some great cycling options around Puget Sound. Larry and I go exploring on the Kitsap Peninsula.
The maps are out…but the days are getting short and the nights cold.
Sometimes you wake up with one plan, and then your husband gets a flat tire..and then another…and the plans change to something just as lovely. Summer biking in Seattle? Oh so awesome.
Barlow Pass on the Mountain Loop Highway offers one of the best scenery to suffering cycling ratios.