What happens when a bike race meets a military tank? The Norwegian Arctic Bike Race, that passes through a military base, found themselves joined by a tank. “We wanted to give them a warm welcome and to ride with them while they were in our camp,” said Lt. Col. Pal Berglund. It was a special surprise Read more about Bikes Meet Tank[…]
Seen while running and discovering Long Beach. On the corner of Orizaba and Mariquita. Love this happy neighborhood.
What do to for the 4th? Beyond baking an apple pie, making homemade lemonade, and eating hot dogs, friends and I were thinking of watching a freedom themed movie. By nightfall we’ll be tired of the block party, its live music, and fireworks that start exploding around 3pm. Way too much stimulus, especially when the Read more about Let Freedom Reign[…]
Who’s up for a ride down the center lane?
Seen while walking through San Juan Capistrano. It sat in front of the Tea House on Los Rios.
I would want to hang out with these guys. How about you?
Just discovered Iron Riders, a lively story of the only bicycle corps the U.S. Army ever authorized. Using buffalo soldiers, this 1890s African-American unit conducted drills and exercises on wheels. They rode into Northern Montana on muddy trails and toured Yellowstone on their 100-pound iron bicycles. […]
Houston rain gives new meaning to sharing the road.
I’d like to be their neighbor. How about you?
Met this cyclist during the L.A. Fun Ride. I had never seen such a bike, and while other cyclist gathered around to hear him proudly talked about it, he gladly said it was okay for me to take his picture. Note: my bike is the blue one in the background, above his right shoulder. I Read more about Man Power[…]