The Simple Pleasures of Cycling on Gravel Roads

First, a bit of history:  I started cycling in the 1990s as a mountain biker (discounting rides around the neighbourhood as a kid).  I used to ride once a week in Dundas Valley before mountain biking was popular. When I joined the Waterloo Cycling Club in 2002, I bought a used road bike and joined … Continue reading The Simple Pleasures of Cycling on Gravel Roads

Cycling Commentary – Separation and Motivation

Our society has advanced to the point where we are separated from the effect that we're having on the world around us.  For example, we turn on the tap in our kitchen sink and we get a seemingly endless supply of clean, fresh water.  Do we ever think of where it comes from, or the … Continue reading Cycling Commentary – Separation and Motivation

Cycling Book Review – A Purpose Ridden – by Ryan Correy

When I write these blog entries, I usually assume that I'm preaching to the choir.  Most readers are likely people who actively ride bicycles.  And that's great!  When I started this blog, my hope was to encourage more people to cycle but also to get cyclists to cycle more.  Whether or not that's happening, I … Continue reading Cycling Book Review – A Purpose Ridden – by Ryan Correy