Louisville Bike Trails, Redux

Dead and Company

We took a quick trip to see Dead & Company play at Folsom Field in Boulder earlier this month. We had just been to Estes Park in June, so no real touristy stuff this trip. We stayed in Louisville, and I was able to further explore the bike trails in the area which was great … Read more

Seven Years Cycling

7 Years Cycling:Bayshore Sunset

I took up cycling 7 years ago today when I got a new bike for Father’s Day. I had ridden a handful of times in the previous decade, but since that Father’s Day I’ve ridden over 14,000 miles! It literally changed my life. I’m happier and healthier than before I started, and can say I’m … Read more

Another Special Birthday

Fly Fishing near Estes Lake

I’ve celebrated a few birthdays with Sheryl, and this one, spent in Estes Park, is no exception in terms of being special. We spent an enjoyable day up here in the Rocky Mountains following her favorite breakfast and followed by a good dinner at a modern Mexican style restaurant. I have to admit though, that … Read more

Bianchi Infinito Celeste 2018

2018 Bianchi Infinito Celeste

I got my first new bike in 6 years, and she’s a beauty if I do say so myself! Presenting my 2018 Bianchi Infinito Celeste, a modern road bike that is built more towards comfort than speed, though she’s still plenty fast. She rides like a dream and I expect to ride many thousands of … Read more

Annual Cycling Report 2017

Cycling Report 2011-2017

I rode my bike a lot as a kid. It was how we all got around back then. And of course my daily paper route, delivering the Hutchinson News, racked up a lot of miles. I rode for a while when we first moved to California, but eventually tapered off to practically nothing by the … Read more

View from Louisville Bike Trails

View from Louisville CO Bike Trails

When we visit Boulder we usually stay in Louisville. It’s only a few miles away and we like the hotel where we stay. There are some bike trails in Louisville, and this last trip I explored them quite a bit. I’ve ridden the trails in the area a few times now and am finally getting … Read more

Sunset on the Meadowlark Trail in July

Meadowlark Trail

Home has come to mean riding the Meadowlark Trail as much as anything, and after a week’s absence it was great to be reunited with this scenic former railroad line south of Lindsborg. Riding in the beautiful golden light of sunset made it all the better. [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” … Read more

Coronado’s Lost Gold

Cactus Flowers on Meadowlark Trail

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