Tag: The Lonely Cyclist
How To Spend Your Weekends To Ensure Proper Downtime
Weekends are for relaxing. Unless your job requires you to work weekends, these days should be spent relaxing and unwinding. With most of us having busy schedules, it can be quite challenging to switch off and properly experience downtime. We always feel the need to be doing something. Yet, you won’t be able to start […]
Motorbiking Versus Cycling: Which Fits Your Personality Best?
Officially, motorbiking is a form of motorized cycling, while regular bicycles are pedal cycling. In short, you provide the power on a bicycle, and fuel gives you power on a motorcycle.
Cycling life in Stockholm
I recently visited my father in Stockholm, it been a while since I have lived in Stockholm – I moved from Stockholm and Sweden in 1987 on recommendation from my doctor as I was suffering from severe allergies and my doctor recommended a warm place with a desert climate.
Cycling in New York
I recently took a bike ride from Toronto to New York, what surprised me visiting New York, how cycle friendly New York City has become.
Cycletrippin Day 6 Summary – from Delaware Water Gap to Short Hill New Jersey
This was my last day of cycling for this cycletrippin, I got a good night sleep, prepared myself a nice breakfast of oatmeal porridge and rhubarb pie – just ate half the rhubarb pie you never know when you need that extra energy from a pie. When I left the motel there was no person […]
Cycletrippin Day 5 Summary – from Scranton to Delaware Water Gap
Did not sleep that well, worried to not wake up in time as my host said I had to leave before 7:00 – I was compensated by a nice breakfast that my host Marlene had put together in the morning. I had cold oatmeal with cashew nut milk and chia seeds that sat in the […]
Cycletrippin Day 4 Summary from Ithaca to Scranton
Got up a bit late at 7:30 – I needed to be up by 6 and out the door by 7:30 – I got a good sleep so that is ok.
Cycletrippin Day 2 Summary – from St. Catherines to Rochester
Woke up early well-rested, the bed I slept in for the night was just perfect, gave me the rest I needed. I made myself some eggs for breakfast and was on the road by 7:30.
Cycletrippin Day 2. St. Catherines – Rochester – 168 Km
Today’s ride will take me from St. Catherines to Rochester – a 168 Km ride – there will be hills at the beginning of the ride – after Lockport in New York State, it will be flat to Rochester.