Category: General

Road Trip – West Coast of Florida – Part 1

Susan and I are on a road trip.  While we have taken many road trips by flying to a location and renting a car . . . this one is a first. We left from home in NY with our bicycles in the car. We took several days to...

S & G at the US Pro Cycling Tour 2011

Its been a sparse summer for my blogs, I know.  Will try to do better.  To make up for the lack of posts, however, here is a gift. We were at three stages of the US Pro Cycling Tour in Colorado, this summer. Our trip to Colorado was planned...

No Cycling In Russia

Its been over a month since my last post.  So much for two posts a month, April to November :). Susan and I were in Russia for part of that time (photos here).  After that I was involved in sorting reviewing and posting the photos. Susan is back to...

Born Again Cycling

As the summer progresses my riding is settling into the new pattern alluded to in the previous blog. My rides with Susan are now up in the 35-50 mile range, at a low to moderate aerobic rate. (L) My weekend rides without Susan, with our regular riding group are...

The Return

Returning to bicycling after a second accident involving broken bones....

Of Stop Lights, Stop Signs, Speeding And Other Riding Habits

On the main page of The Bicycle Site (late March 2011) are some links to stories about cycling in Central Park NY. It seems there are a few faded signs about a 15 mph speed limit in the park.  However, the real speed limit is 25 mph. NYC’s finest...

Finding New Rides

While Susan is recovering from her broken elbow — and not yet able to drive, I am finding interesting new rides and new ways to get to old starting areas. Primarily, I started exploring the local roads that go from my house to one of our club’s starting points....

Columbia River Gorge – Incredible

Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, July 19, 2010. Today we rode along the Old Highway and New Bike Path along the river gorge. We pulled out of Hood River, OR (about an hour and half from Portland – which has to be the most bicycle friendly city in the US...