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Category Archives: Ride Reports
This week I have been out in the Seattle area. By any measure, Seattle is one of the most bike friendly cities in the United States. Everywhere you turn there are bike trails and bike lanes. Bike commuting is huge … Continue reading
I’ve been in Columbia, Maryland with my bike before. In the past I’ve driven to Annapolis and ridden the Annapolis Trail. I’ve also used it as a jumping off point for evening rides among the monuments on the National Mall … Continue reading
After a long Iowa winter, I spent four days in Salt Lake City this week. My first ride of the season got cut short by rain so I only got in about 5 miles. The next two days I was … Continue reading
It has been a long cold winter in Iowa. Unfortunately, all winter my travels have taken me to places even colder than Iowa. Montreal, Calgary, New York, and New Hampshire — if it’s cold I got sent there. Not once, … Continue reading
Back in Salt Lake City this week and I decided to ride the Jordan River Trail again. Last time I was here the temperature was hovering just over 100 degrees. Monday and Tuesday the temperature was in the high 80′s … Continue reading
I was in Maryland again this week and I decided to use the opportunity to go ride my bike in Washington DC. I went into the city on a Monday night around 7:45. During the summers, a different military band … Continue reading
The Bay Trail is an ambitious project to create a 500 mile trail around San Francisco Bay. So far there are over 300 miles completed. I got off work early on a Friday and decided to try riding a portion … Continue reading
On my last few trips to the Bay Area, I have wanted to take my bike and ride the Sawyer Camp Trail. The trail is located near I-280 and at the southern end, follows the shore of Crystal Springs Reservoir. … Continue reading
I am out here this week, working for a healthcare company in Pleasanton, California. The whole Bay Area has been going through somewhat of a cold spell with the summer temperatures about 10 degrees below normal. I brought my bike … Continue reading