A look back at one of the most difficult years any of us have had to endure. What made it special and what made it great?
With the weather warming up and the sun coming out. Many times recently, it has been tempting to hit some of the local trails on the bike. With how full they have become, being the only place a lot of folks can get out and still say close to home. I have been denying myself the enjoyment in favor of safety. I tend to stay home when a lot of riding opportunities surface.
I won’t lie – it’s been a rough week. We have experienced several family tragedies, and my time is tight. (Thank you all for the well wishes, I really to appreciate all the positive feelings!) It’s been tough to get out on the bike.
I took an unexpected drive over the hill to Santa Cruz, CA and rode the UC trail system. It was a great ride that was filled with a lot of interesting challenges.
Platforming Back StoryI have been riding for over 40 years. I have been riding “seriously” (for transportation, racing, or generally not just fucking around) for over 30 years. In that time, I have enjoyed watching and living the evolution that bicycling has followed over the decades. When I started riding, Read more…
An easy ride from the top of Soquel Demo down to the town of Aptos, CA.
Big Bear Snow Summit – Miracle Mile A ride down the expert black trail “Miracle Mile” at Big Bear Snow Summit bike park in California. Geez, I wish I rode better in this video.
Big Bear Snow Summit – Going Green A run down the Going Green beginner trail at Big Bear Snow Summit bike park at Big Bear Lake, CA.
Add Your Heading Text Here A fun romp down a intermediate trail at Big Bear Lake bike park in southern California. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He-8cZAIGos