Whenever I go back home to Cape Girardeau, Mo., I take a ride down an abandoned stretch of U.S. 61 that has been bypassed by I-55. It deadends at a boat ramp on the Diversion Channel. That stretch of road has been underwater from the spring floods until just recently, so I was curious what . . . → Read More: Fishing on the Mississippi River
Anne and Osa and I were all set to do a short ride Sunday afternoon around 5:30. The temps were great, but the winds were in the teens out of the west, gusting to 32 mph. We were planning a north-sound ride to avoid the worst of it.
Just before I went . . . → Read More: Lightning Over the Ocean
March 26 was probably the best riding day of the seven Okeechobee Rotary Club LOST Rides I’ve been on. The temperature was just about perfect and the winds weren’t bad. I wish I had put on sunscreen about mid-morning, though.
If you took the time to look around, there were gators and wading birds galore. . . . → Read More: 8th Annual LOST Ride Video
Back in the Fall of 2010, I got a message from Kelly Bilak asking for information about riding to Key West after seeing a couple of Palm Beach Bike Tours stories.
Key Largo to Key West in 2001 Tina Nutty’s Keys ride
We traded several emails where she said that she and two friends – . . . → Read More: Atlanta Cyclists Pause in Palm Beach En Route Key West
When I invited rider friends Anne and Osa to the First Annual Velo’s Cyclery Christmas Cruise, I warned them that we might be the only ones to show up.
Organizer Juan Orellana had the same thought. “I didn’t expect but about 10 people to show up, so that’s . . . → Read More: First Annual Christmas Cruise