I’ll be writing a 2018 summary but I thought I’d start with some of my favourite cycling photos of the year!
January – In December 2017, we had a lot of snow and cold temperatures. That made the first two weeks of January perfect for fat biking in the snow. It didn’t last of course. A mid-January thaw broke up the ice on the river and the remainder of winter was a mixture of rain and snow with fluctuating temperatures.
A flash flood in January caused the ice on the frozen river to be pushed way up the river banks.February – Rides were a mixture of gravel and (light) snow.
March – A short trip to the Niagara Region over March Break allowed me to explore the Niagara River and Falls.
April – More gravel griding and a photo of the final climb at P2A
May – A vintage gravel classic in Creemore!
June – A ride to Dundas, ON with a couple friends to ride up Clara’s Climb, plus my 2018 fund raiser – Ride Don’t Hide – 80 km in the rain!
July – Bike share in Toronto and chasing silhouettes.
August – Non-biking vacation in Newfoundland and riding in Toronto
September – Hold the line – 128 km! And finding some the best singletrack in southern Ontario – Turkey Point!
October – Howling Coyote – Gravel fun in and around Mono, ON
November – Less motivation to ride, but still did a fun gravel grinder in and around the Region.
December – A neon gravel ride and a commute with a beautiful sunrise!