Cycling Book Review – Draft Animals, by Phil Gaimon

The job of the book reviewer is to provide enough information about a book so the reader can decide if they want to read it.  With that in mind, I should start by introducing the author of "Draft Animals" (Note: The full title of this book is Draft Animals: Living the Pro Cycling Dream (Once … Continue reading Cycling Book Review – Draft Animals, by Phil Gaimon

Cycling Update – July 2018

Another month has come and gone and we're right in the heart of summer.  As I blogged about earlier in July, I don't do well in the heat. I sweat a lot (fellow cyclists have marvelled at the amount of sweat that drips from my helmet).  However, I still managed a pretty good month of … Continue reading Cycling Update – July 2018

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