IT'S NOT A LOOP OR A CIRCLE. IT'S NOT AN OUT AND BACK. IT'S A 55-MILE DESTINATION RIDE WHERE YOU JUST KEEP GOING, ONE WAY, ALL THE WAY TO SACRAMENTO. Have you ever gone out on a bike ride and wanted to just keep going? Everything is clicking, you're feeling great yet you have reached that point… Continue reading Bike Lodi: Beautiful 55 Mile Delta River Ride
After reading this article I had to repost it. This is so me right now! I can barely stand at times, but I can pedal for hours with no pain. I’ve always had a touchy back since a car accident in my late 20’s. So back pain was no new thing to me. But sciatica… Continue reading Recumbent bike helped with Sciatica recovery
We’re sea level people and riding a bike at the 7,000ft elevation can be hard. But not this day. We sailed through it, better than I ever could imagine. Welcome to Big Bear Lake, California The lake is a little down because the wasn’t much snow this year. I’ve seen worse, but hopefully next winter… Continue reading Spring Biking in Big Bear Lake
Today is the last day of bike trail fun. Tomorrow we go back to the fun routine and our commute in the ELFs. It’s 5 miles of a fairly flat trail around Lake Miramar here in San Diego. Hubby can’t wait for his recumbent to arrive. Anytime now!! It can’t be fast enough for him.… Continue reading March 31st and it’s 90 degrees. Boy it’s hot!
Here’s my 2cents worth of nothing. For just over 4 years we’ve had our e trike ELFs. While they are big and dorky, I love them. I commute 10 miles every morning in it. People can really see me, and that makes me feel safer on city streets. Just recently we bought 2 Terra non… Continue reading Our new non E-trikes
Benjamin Russell 1 day ago © Provided by The iGeorge says he may now keep doing his round into his 90s (Photo: Ciaran McCrickard/PA Wire) One of Britain’s oldest paperboys has decided not to retire after being gifted an electric bike to help him on his route. George Bailey, who distributes newspapers around the village of Headcorn in… Continue reading Paperboy, 80, cancels his retirement plan after being gifted a new electric bike
The thing to remember there’s a real difference between the needs of a cyclist, general fun touring, and a commuter. Most larger towns build for the tourist or casual fun biker. They build scenic paths through parks and areas of interest. Then retail and restaurants give the paths destinations for the biker to pedal to.… Continue reading What kind of bike lane do you need?
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