Posts tagged with: Bicycle

  • The Farm to Fork Fondo Flag
Farm to Fork Fondo is an amazing series of bike rides that include cycling events throughout the warmer months.  Bike rides are offered in places like Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, the...
The Covered Bridge Metric Century By the time it started raining, I didn’t care anymore.  Nothing was going to ruin this day.  We had biked through five or six covered...
I went along on a ride dubbed the Friendliest Bike Ride in America. ...
The Wilderness Road Ride is a beautiful bike ride that takes you along a path first carved from the wilderness by Daniel Boone. “Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it...
The Colonial Parkway is a great little ride that has plenty of history, scenery and culture....
  • The 611 Steams toward us.
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...
  • Cranksgiving in Roanoke
It’s hard to ride very far in November in Roanoke.  It’s just too cold.  Sure you get the odd day when it’s not — and we all take advantage of...
An Adventure in Glacier National Park Glacier National Park (Carlinthecyclist.com) Since I live in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, John Muir’s famous line, “The mountains are calling and I must...
  • Happy cyclists at Raven's Roost overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Wintergreen.
Wintergreen 4th of July What better way to spend the Fourth of July than suffering with friends, eating red, white and blue popcorn and gourmet hot dogs? The alarm went...