If you are a cyclist who loves your data – your average speed, total feet of climbing, monthly mileage, rank on Strava etc., you know it can be hard to look up from the computer on your handlebars and enjoy
There is a reason
the Going to the Sun Road
should be on
every cyclist’s bucket list.
Bags out at 6:10 am. That was the mandate from the Backroads trip leaders the morning we were to bike to Logan Pass on the Going to
As I wrote in my initial blog about the Covered Bridge Metric Century, this is really a bucket list ride.
The Covered Bridge Metric Century is relatively easy. I ride in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia and even our
This weekly ride has something for everyone -- but the emphasis is on "Friendly."
Roanoke's Tuesday night ride had become a bit of a problem. According to many people, over the years it had become a victim of it's own success.
Corn. Hay Bales. Barns. Ahhh. The Tour de Valley
It seems I never get tired of riding next to corn. Or hay bales. The Tour de Valley, which starts and ends in Waynesboro, Virginia offered plenty of both, along with barns
I ride mountain and road bikes in the rugged country surrounding my home in Roanoke, Va. Photography, writing, and social media are sources of enjoyment for me, so this blog is really a guilty pleasure. According to Strava (and most group rides!) I'm an an intermediate cyclist. My bikes include a 2015 Guerciotti Alero, and a 1996 Waterford steel road bike. Off road, it's a Cannondale Trigger 3. Like most of you, I'm always dreaming about the next bike to join the stable. So many bikes, so little time.
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