Cyclist-on-Cyclist Crime: Oh, the Carnage

Hey you ... flying by lycra ... please slow down and pass that woman pushing the baby stroller up ahead safely! I’ve been riding the multi-use paths a lot lately, and have noticed way too many of my fellow cyclists doing a lot of rude, dumb and downright dangerous things. You know: All the things … Continue reading Cyclist-on-Cyclist Crime: Oh, the Carnage

My Favorite French Rides (#1): A Brilliant Day along the Dordogne

Since I’m forbidden (and too scared) to fly to France and cycle, here’s a story from exactly a year ago, from before ... well, you know what it's before of ... in the beautiful Dordogne region … I think I owe the Dordogne an apology. But first, a little deviation … and some amazingly good … Continue reading My Favorite French Rides (#1): A Brilliant Day along the Dordogne

I’m a Franco-Cyclo-Phile … Because France is the Best Country for Cycling

I'm a total Franco-cyclo-phile because France is the best country for cycling … in my opinion. And, I credit/blame the Paris Air Show and the Tour de France for my 15 bike trips and 15,000 miles of cycling through this amazing country. Although not necessarily in that order. Let me explain … Back in the … Continue reading I’m a Franco-Cyclo-Phile … Because France is the Best Country for Cycling

More Signs You’re A Cycling Fanatic: From Lots of Fanatical Readers/Riders

I'm not alone! There are plenty of cycling fanatics out there, and my recent post on the warning signs struck a chord of recognition with so many of you. Scores of reader/riders commented, confessed, felt a little better ... and then probably went for a long ride. So, here's my follow-up post with several of … Continue reading More Signs You’re A Cycling Fanatic: From Lots of Fanatical Readers/Riders