Team Velocipede organized a three day bike camp in Lost River State Park. Apparently the river is called ‘lost’ because it disappears underground somewhere and comes back up, or at least that’s what I think based on a big wooden sign we blew by on the bikes. We didn’t stop so it was hard to read. This is what a bit of googling brings up, I think the bridge we passed over the river where the sign was, is somewhere near where the river disappears or reappears. While I’ve been on 70 and 80 mile rides with them, I’d never done three days of back to back cycling at this level before, nor do I think I’ve ever done this much climbing in my life. Read More
It’s sad that I actually find the need to write letters like this: Read More
Millions of people own bicycles, and just about everyone who has one knows how to pedal it around the block. But surprisingly few people take full advantage of all that riding has to offer. For those who haven’t yet tapped into cycling’s benefits, the list is long: It burns calories at a steady clip, helps reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease, improves your memory and brainpower, and makes for deeper and more recharging sleep. It’s gentle on the joints. And maybe most important of all, riding is fun.
I recently forwarded an article about the new Canon M2 to a friend of mine who I know has been shopping around for a camera for quite a while. He wants a good camera and a limited budget is a strong factor for him. I previously (and still do) recommended he get a Fujifilm X100s. Here’s what he wrote back to me about the M2 and my response: Read More
Here’s what keeps me awake when I drive. Read More