Tag Archives: bike culture

Racking Up the Mileage Without Going Anywhere

While I occasionally break out my regular bike during the winter on nice days, much of my winter cycling is done indoors. I’ve tried a few different variations on stationary bicycling, and with everything in my life, I have Strong … Continue reading

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I got a fever, and the only prescription is…

I miss my bike. I’ve logged a remarkably low number of miles this summer, especially compared to last year. It’s a result of a confluence of factors. I’ve been traveling, both for fun and work. I’ve had a lot of … Continue reading

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To Wear or Not to Wear a Helmet

One of the easiest ways a non-cyclist can annoy a cyclist is to say, “Bicycling is so unsafe. I just hate those people who run stoplights or don’t wear a helmet.” While children are not responsible enough to decide whether … Continue reading

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Sequential Art in Motion

It’s clear to anyone reading this blog that I’m a big nerd when it comes to bicycling and food. What may be less obvious is how much of a “traditional” nerd I am. This passion for stereotypically geeky things led … Continue reading

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Ride Report: A Ride this Good Only Comes Once in a Blue Moon

Trail/road: All over D.C., including some neighborhoods that I probably wouldn’t have gone to by myself – but I’m glad I did! Distance: About 10 miles Company: Hundreds of other glowing, smiling riders! My favorite bike shop, BicycleSPACE, never needs … Continue reading

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