It took a year and a worldwide pandemic and lockdown, but I've researched, written and finished my book on the wild and wacky - and true - cycling stories from the first golden age of cycling: The 1890s. It's all about the velo-douche and the propeller bike; lions and tigers & bears ... and bikes; … Continue reading New Book Alert: My Funniest, Strangest & Most Fascinating Cycling Stories Book Is Available!
Here are the first 14 (of 43) chapters of Numbskull, a novel based (and the link to purchase the entire book) on my near-death cycling "incident" in 2013, and several French cycling trips. Plus other stuff. You know: Life. There's more about the incident at the end of this, plus info on how to get … Continue reading Numbskull: A Novel of Love, Loss, Lies & An Epic Bike Trip Through France
OK, I admit it: I’m an obsessed cyclist. How about you? Here are several of the warning signs & symptoms I’ve observed during my 30 years as a cycling fanatic ... plus a few more from some friends and members of the club ... You know the location of every porta-john and public restroom within … Continue reading Are You A Cycling Fanatic? Here Are the Tell-Tale Signs…
“This is not possible,” I mumbled in desperation. “This can't possibly be happening. It just can't." Oh, but it was ... and I blame my sister because, well, it was totally her fault. It was 2013: The start of our Loire bike trip. We had spent a few days in Paris, then it was on … Continue reading Bike Bashing In Blois (BBIB)
Susan found this photo from our 1995 trip ... of me standing on top of the Pont du Gard. You can't tell from this photo ... but I'm kind of scared. And maybe even shaking a little bit in my bike shorts. Hey, it was super high and narrow up there, and really windy. You … Continue reading It’s Scary On Top of the Pont du Gard