Before 2018 slips completely into yesterday, I am sifting through my memories of the last 12 months. As regular readers will know, I have not blogged
The much-circulated rumors of the Coffeeneuring Bandana’s return are TRUE! As so many showed interest in bandanas, I’ve brought them back for 2018. The fruits
It’s go or no-go time for the 2018 edition of the Coffeeneuring Challenge. If you want to be part of this year’s activities, you must
The Coffeeneuring Challenge has just kicked off, and already people from all over the world have been going out on their bicycles to be part
The Coffeeneuring Challenge countdown clock is on, with five days remaining until the official start of the 2018 challenge. Time to plan for where you
Wondering how the Coffeeneuring Challenge really works? Pondering what kind of theme you might use to guide your coffeeneuring outings? Today the blog features Erin,
The Chasing Mailboxes Coffeeneuring Challenge is a relaxed cycling endeavor for people everywhere, and it’s coming your way once again, starting October 12, 2018. If you like riding
It’s been a glorious summer of riding bikes, but in the interest of change and a chance to exercise everyday pedestrianism, I lined up with
It’s easy to make summer ride plans in winter, a time of possibility for lots of us. The year stretches out ahead like an open
A fourth sunrise signals the final day of the Coulee Challenge 1200K. Hazy light illuminates the morning rises. Despite being fully awake and alert – something I
This is a post prompted by the occasional inquiry about coffee shops and/or coffee shop rides in D.C. Essentially, we’re dabbling in two topics here:
Because Felkerino and I are frequently asked for ride recommendations around the area, I thought I’d put together a post of some of our favorite
3:30 a.m. Felkerino and I quietly maneuver our eight-foot tandem out of the hotel room, and Felkerino muscles it into the elevator, hoisting the front
Long summer days mean it’s time to ride bikes. None of this put on a bunch of layers, gloves, and booties, and go ride bikes.
Thoughts can be so heavy. Literally weightless, still they will press down, anchoring us where we stand if we let them. Daily actions also take
Ever since my ride to work went from 2.5 miles to 7.5 miles one-way, I have been in pursuit of the ideal bike commute setup.