On New Year’s Day, I joined the Mount Lu Ride sponsored by Red Bull. Because of how busy I had been the last couple months, I really hadn’t been on any medium-range rides. This was a good opportunity for me to get out with some of the riders and meet some new people.
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05.29.11 On Saturday evening, we found ourselves with some free time + good weather. We decided it was time for our entire family to go on a bike ride. Selah isn’t big enough to sit in the iBert, so she got strapped on my back. Selah enjoyed the side view in between snoozes.
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I was invited by one of the local bike clubs to go riding on a “Three Province” route. Considering that the local clubs are nowhere as large or as organized as they were back in our old city, I take every chance I can get to ride with them. When I showed up that
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On a typical ride in China, I generally have to gear up more than I would in the States.
It’s hot and sticky humid.
It’s also polluted most days.
Here’s the gear:
Helmet: A “Trek” brand helmet bought at bike friend’s shop in Yichang. This is the replacement helmet for the one I
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Meanwhile, I had a couple of free days before my meeting. And what better way to pass the time than to ride one of the world’s best bike trails: The Trail of the Coeur d’Alene’s
A couple decades back the Coeur d’Alene Indians sued the US government for not cleaning up the mining waste
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Dave Evans; Around Oahu
Since taking up cycling in China, I have often regretted not taking it up earlier when I lived in the States (in beautiful San Francisco at that!).
Knowing that we wouldn’t be back in Hawaii anytime soon, I thought it would be a good chance to start my new
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