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.
Mountain Bikers for Shore(line)
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.
Riding with Benefits
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.
The City by the Bay with the Really Big Bridge
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
A Ride Through the Hills of San Jose
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
Beat Up, Bruised, But Not Broken Bike Buddy
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
Feeding the Poor at Atlanta Motor Speedway
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
A New Road Bike
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!