Because that the scenery and rides are amazing!
With Brian and Mike on Ride the Rockies. Look at me lifting 20 pounds of bike:
This early 90’s, mass produced, Giant Iguana mountain bike frame got a modern upgrade to become a fun to ride urban commuter. Adding some racks and changing the tires to something thinner will allow me to use it for overnight camping trips when I need to Continue reading “Giant Iguana – Old Frame gets a New Life”
Have you experienced numb fingers on long bike rides? When your hands are in the same position for hours, and especially if you’re riding everyday for a week or more, the pressure on nerves can made you lose sensation in your hands. Road bikes have drop handle bars, that provide the rider at least 3 main hand positions but mountain bikes, with straight bars only have one although you can add bar ends as an easy way to add a second.
Let’s say you want to use a mountain bike for touring Continue reading “Avoiding Numb Hands – Trekking Bars (Buttefly Bars) Use and Setup (Video)”
The Virginia Creeper trail is an abandoned railroad line that runs between the North Carolina boarder near White Top, VA and Abingdon, VA 33 miles away in the South West corner of Virginia. The trail began as a Native American footpath and was later used by European explorers including Daniel Boone. In the early 1900’s Continue reading “Virginia Creeper Trail – Ride Review”