17 Years of Paris-to-Ancaster

For the first time since I started entering cycling events  and races, I decided not to enter the Ontario Spring Classic, Paris to Ancaster.  I had entered P2A every year since 2002, for a streak of 17 years.  These 17 years included several times when I was recovering from concussions and I entered the shorter … Continue reading 17 Years of Paris-to-Ancaster

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Perspective: Cycling after 50

There are a lot of articles (and probably books) about exercise and fitness and cycling after the age of 50. Many of them are written by exceptional people who have devoted a huge amount of time to staying fit and active. If you believe what you read on the internet, it was Bill Clinton who … Continue reading Perspective: Cycling after 50