I woke up this morning more excited than normal. I was excited because I knew I was going to explore a new trail that I found last week.
This time I went much deeper into the trail. By so doing, I found one of its greatest treasures - lots of mountain biking trails and lots of mountain bikers riding.
Loyal readers here know that I am cyclist. I love to ride. I enjoy the exercise, the mental break, and even the strenuous moments when I feel like I want to stop. One of the best things about riding are the extra benefits I get from the scenery, places, and people I see … Continue reading Riding with Benefits
I decided to take a bike ride to Stanford University today. I parked near Moffett Field in Mountain View, the site of the NASA Ames Research Center, and road into the university. The campus was very busy on this Saturday. I was able to witness several wedding parties and poached a few pix.
Got up this morning and decided to drive to San Francisco and take my mountain bike for some adventure. I started at Lombard Street, the famous windy curvy road downtown. I enjoyed riding down it twice. The first video below shows my GoPro helmet cam perspective of my ride down the windy road. … Continue reading The City by the Bay with the Really Big Bridge
As promised in my previous post, I went on mountain bike ride today. I rode into the hills of San Jose off of Snell Road. I found a small trail that hugs the ridge of the hills and winds through amazing displays of flora and fauna, and if that is not enough, has amazing views … Continue reading A Ride Through the Hills of San Jose
I recently went for a mountain bike ride in Arizona when visiting my Aunt Lynn. As soon as I started riding my bike on the mountainous trails, I realized that my brakes were useless. They were not stopping me at all. In fact, it was so bad that I had to modify my ride so … Continue reading Beat Up, Bruised, But Not Broken Bike Buddy
I had the fun privilege of participating in an event designed to raise over $200,000 to help feed poor children in Haiti and Guatemala. Through a friend from church, I was connected with radio personality Kevin Avery (@fit_kev) from the Fish 104.7 in Atlanta. The event was called the Haiti 100 because the cyclist would … Continue reading Feeding the Poor at Atlanta Motor Speedway
Yahoooo! I am so excited that today I finally bought a new road bike. I cracked the frame on my old one and the manufacturer (Cannondale) would not honor their lifetime frame warranty so I bought something else, a nice Trek. I am sure hoping that THIS does not happen again!