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.
While in the midst of final preparations for the weekend’s Shenandoah 600K in Virginia, a friend asked me how I was feeling about the ride.
Want a successful 400K ride experience? Bring your 400K face to the ride and no other. After over a decade of randonneuring, some lessons have
Fourteen years ago I rode my first 300K brevet with the D.C. Randonneurs, and this weekend Felkerino and I were back on that very same
One lesson I keep relearning is that you can’t work too hard to make things happen. You can put your shoulder into something only so
The Errandonnee is back for its sixth year, my friends. This challenge is designed for the utility cyclist and transportation runner with errands to do, no
You may not have noticed, but the time I’ve spent in this space has reduced over the last year. Several factors contributed to this, but
Over the years that I’ve lived in the District, Ohio Drive has become one of my favorite city streets, especially around this time of year
While winter is not my most preferred cycling season, it does have its perks. Fewer people are out, making the city a more contemplative place,
At the beginning of each year, I like to set an intention to carry me with me over the next 12 months. These are usually
Around this time last year, I was 90 percent blah about cycling. I appreciated the bike for how it improved my quality of life and
The Coffeeneuring Challenge continues to roll strong. Submissions are beginning to trickle in (four people as of this writing) and it’s time to announce the 2017
One of the kerpillion things I love about coffeeneuring is the virtual journey I go on through people’s submissions. Some people send snapshot summaries, while
More people than ever appear to be taking on the Coffeeneuring Challenge this year. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and even Strava are full of vignettes of
Friday the 13th, my friends, it’s time for the long-awaited Coffeeneuring Challenge. I’ll be at A Baked Joint in Washington, D.C., so if you are