I can't even remember the last cycling event/race I entered, but it was definitely pre-pandemic. Back in the summer, signing up for this 8-hour gravel event seemed like a good idea. Once my friend Andrea agreed to be my tag-team partner, we were all set. I just needed to get some good rides in before … Continue reading Hurtin’ in Haliburton 8-hours of Gravel!
Category: cycling during covid
June 2022 cycling report
It seems like personal blogs like this have a half life. When I started blogging 5 or 6 years ago, I learned from some friends who were active bloggers. Some of them are no longer in the blog game. I started this blog to document my 50th birthday and the rides I did that year. … Continue reading June 2022 cycling report
Guelph to Goderich Rail Trail – A Cycling Gem
I've been cycling in the Kitchener-Waterloo (KW) area for close to two decades - first as a mountain bike and adding road riding a few years later. In about 2012 I added gravel riding to my list and it has become my favourite kind of cycling. Back in those early years of gravel grinding, a … Continue reading Guelph to Goderich Rail Trail – A Cycling Gem
Cycling in a Pandemic and a May Update
It's been 8 weeks since I started working from my home and while I don't mind it, I'm finding that the isolation is affecting me more than I expected. The state of the world, with Covid, an unsettled economy and incapable politicians swarming the headlines plus the continued need for social distancing, it's a lot … Continue reading Cycling in a Pandemic and a May Update