Today I came across an interesting article article in The Atlantic that paints a promising picture on the acceptance of Bike Lanes in our cities…
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It’s hard to believe that we’re coning up on the 20th anniversary of my first book, Mountain Biking the Washington, D.C./Baltimore Area, now in it’s fourth edition. To commemorate its anniversary I have begun talks with my publisher, Falcon Guides, to give it a much needed re-vamp and update.
Setting of to build Ari a new bike for the upcoming (and few more) seasons.
Ever since my daughter was born 8 years ago I have been trying to get her out on the bike with me so that she can enjoy the cycling as much as I do. Sharing in the experience with someone, especially your offspring is invaluable, and seeing how she hones her skills every time we head out makes me prouder and prouder.
I’m gearing up for 2013 and hoping that the new book hits the shelves in the spring so that it is ready for you when you are ready to hit the trails. I’ve been quiet the past few weeks since submitting the manuscript, but that does not mean I have not been busy.
Rode Cabin John with a nice group of people today and discovered a few new trails for the book…
Added another road ride to the list in the book, this is a pretty sweet 20 miler in Greenbelt Maryland that includes some very nice and scenic roads.
This past weekend I spend some time back in the city, only this time I explored the east side of the Capitol, an area which I think is often overlooked because of it’s “bad” image.
I’m getting close to finishing the manuscript that will be submitted to Falcon later this summer and which will eventually be Best Rides D.C.