Trying to find them in a Covid world isn’t that easy.
Here’s something I learned yesterday, about e-biking. ALL e-bike need mirrors. After 4 years of commuting and pedaling my dorky e-recumbent on ALL kinds of busy roads, 1000’s of miles and pedaling my old fashioned beach cruiser at the beach, I learned a valuable lesson. Maybe some of you can take this info and apply… Continue reading Bikes Need Mirrors
For anyone asking if an ebike, etrike, PEBL or ELF are worth having, I’ll say yes. But you definitely need to know your limits and try things out before you buy something so expensive. If you have trails, paths and side streets you’re better off than most. But at times it does get scary. Sometimes… Continue reading Are Ebikes worth it?
We were planning to pedal the Sunrise Highway in San Diego at Sunrise. As we turned the corner to the look out the wind started to whip. As I got out of the truck I could barely stand without bracing myself. There were 15 to 30mph gusts coming off the desert floor 5,500ft below us.… Continue reading Sunrise on Sunrise Highway
It’s long over due and still has a chance of not happening, but let’s spread the word and make it happen. Progress! Dear Kit, The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Moving Forward Act (H.R 2)—a sweeping infrastructure bill that includes a bold vision for trails, walking and bicycling as part of our transportation future.… Continue reading A bold vision for biking and walking
When the neighbor gets a drone it can be good and bad. But so far it’s just fun!
When a southwest bike enthusiast calls the bike shop asking if they have time to fix a rattle.
The little town I live in, is just outside of San Diego. We have a cute small restaurant area in our 3 block downtown. The restaurants have beautiful outside seating, and lots of it, but they are still on very modified hours due to Covid. But this morning, I was able to grab a few… Continue reading Alley Art