The Shining Sea Bikeway a 10 mile rail to trail conversion on scenic Cape Cod. Because of the mild weather, I expected more traffic of bike and walkers that I encountered. I do have to say however, that every time I was about to cross paths with someone, we would both don our masks. It’s so nice to live in an area where everyone respects the science, and to know that the light at the end of the tunnel is becoming very bright. We are going to be over this pandemic soon, as long as we keep doing the right things.
Brandon, #3 son is captain of Tilt racing in Austin, TX. When I plan a visit, I always make it a point to go during the Driveway Series racing season. Often, I meet up with some of the pro racers at Mello Johnny’s bike and coffee shop downtown. After a cup and a chat, we ride to the race. It’s always a hoot to see how these guys and gals transform from fun happy go lucky bike riders to cutthroat, intense racing machines. Then on the ride back, stop at a local convenience store, buy a lot of beer and and become happy go lucky again.
Hiking Bryce Canyon Utah
KevDoes in Minnesota. https://youtu.be/3inZlzi_jak
But we got outside.
I started out to do a bike bit challenge ride, a bit too late in the day. A winter blast was predicted and it began only 3 miles into my 15 mile planned spin. It wasn’t in me to ride today. Ergo. No Video to work on. That put me in vexing conundrum. My evenings have been editing for so long, I feel lost not doing it. Soooooo, I am moving some of my videos from Vimeo to YouTube to fill in that time. This is one of the first transfers.
A friend invited me to join him on a bike ride. While riding to the meeting spot, he texted and cancelled. It was two nice of a day not to ride. I decided to go into the city and do an urban ride. On the way home, I came across a young group of street riders. They escorted this old timer most of the way home.