2017 marks the 17th consecutive year that I'll be entering the Ontario Spring Classic - Paris to Ancaster. It's become a regular part of my schedule, and this year, for the first time, I'll be riding my fat bike! I signed up for the shorter 40 km version of the race - St. George to … Continue reading Paris to Ancaster 2017 – days away…
When faced with something new, we tend to react in one of two ways: we can embrace the change in a curious manner and learn about it, or we can turn our back on it and rationalize our fear of something we don't understand. After the fantastic Steaming Nostril cycling event a couple of weeks … Continue reading It’s more than just sharing the road.
My previous blog post was about the 2017 Steaming Nostril/Runny Nose event a few of days ago. I don't do a lot of racing, so when I do, these events tend to stick in my mind for a few days (maybe because my body is still reminding me of the effort). I am not a racer … Continue reading More on the Steaming Nostril 2017
I've been blogging a lot lately about this Ontario Spring Classic. The 2017 version didn't disappoint as over 300 riders entered the fifth edition of this event. In past years, there has been a wide variety of challenges in the Steaming Nostril and the shorter Runny Nose: slow, slushy trails, minus 20C wintery conditions, epic … Continue reading Ride 44 – 2017 Steaming Nostril/Running Nose
As I write this blog entry, It's now 7 days, 4 hours and 21 minutes until Steaming Nostril 2017 (you can check the online countdown at cyclewaterloo.com ). If you haven't heard about Steaming Nostril, it's an Ontario spring classic gravel cycling race, now in it's 5th year. Yesterday, I rode much of the shorter course (termed the … Continue reading One Week until Steaming Nostril 2017