Winter Bike to Work Day in Coeur d’Alene How it Works: Just commit to riding your bike to work or school on February 10th. Help […]
As mentioned earlier, I am in temporary guardianship of a small lot of vintage bicycles, of various styles and stages of decrepitude . While the […]
For my first year after college, I worked at a cozy college bar in Norman, Oklahoma. The inside featured wood paneling, brass accents on the […]
Accomplishments are made in baby steps, not standing still. Lets keep moving forward, celebrate accomplishments that have already been made, and look with wide-eyed excitement at what could come next. Stomping their feet and throwing a tantrum never got my kids anything; except time out in what they referred to as the torture corner. Maybe people need to stop acting like children and be the adults we all know they can be…or…I have a nice corner in my house you are welcome to come sit in for a while.
There is enough fear, hate, and divisiveness around us today. We don’t need to be creating more. What we need is more encouragement, love, and cooperation. I don’t like bullies and if the only way you can advocate for something is by scaring, belittling, and bullying other people you are not my kind of advocate…you are a shit!
I do not like being up this early…but fabulous shoes always makes it better. Bike Talks this AM at Calypsos Coffee. One of my favorite […]
Fatbiking is growing everywhere and Coeur d’Alene Idaho is no exception. With our distinct four seasons, there are many different cycling opportunities! These brave souls from […]
10 Tips for Riding in Coeur d’Alene Idaho During Winter Riding a bicycle in the winter around Coeur d’Alene can be tricky and not just […]
How to Stud Bicycle Tires for Winter Riding Yesterday I did a post on 10 Tips for Winter Riding in Coeur d’Alene Idaho and thought I […]
I was contacted via email about an app for your smart phone that could come in handy if…and we always hope this stays an if…you […]
Sandpoint Idaho Is More Than A Ski Resort Sandpoint Idaho may be the home of world class skiing because of Schweitzer Mountain Resort, but there is […]
I bought Ollie a couple new coats one in green (shown below) and one in blue. He was very excited to put it on, but […]
Always fun when I find new bicycle apps to play around with! Haven’t had a chance to use it yet, but as I say in […]
Hello fellow riders, or anyone who is looking to start riding. Since National Bike Month and the National Bike Challenge started on May 1st I thought some posts on bicycle safety would be a good idea. I was out riding today and thought the first topic should be using hand signals.
You just crested the hill. Your legs are a bit tired, it takes a little bit to catch your breath, but the pounding of your heart makes you feel alive. Now, laid out before you is a long straight stretch which means it is now just you, your bicycle, and your thoughts. I LOVE those moments! It is like a cornocopuia of emotions leaping about in your brain all at once: accomplishment, fatigue, determination, and nirvana. Ok, maybe not everyone feels this way, but oh what a world if they did!
Rules for the 2016 Coffeeneuring Challenge. This can be a fun way to get out and explore this fall while getting in some bike miles. […]
What type of bicycle rider are you? Thanks to marketers and advertisers everywhere we like to put people into categories. Why? Well, it makes it […]
Who is going to join me Coffeeneuring this year?
Every once in a while you watch a movie that leaves an impression. Or maybe it is because you are at a place in your life that you need to hear a certain message. Whatever the reason McFarland USA is one of those movies for me. (Warning spoiler alert if you haven’t watched it.)
This is my new way to describe mid-life…it is like we are given a choice…red pill or blue pill.