On registration for bike rides

By the Columbia Slough, 2 October 2022. LOMO LC-A/Fuji C200 I've been leading bicycle rides for almost twenty years. Most of that time I've followed "the Shift/Pedalpalooza ride posting principle": Post a ride with a public start place and see who shows up. This method usually worked fine, with anywhere from a few people to... Continue Reading →

Pedalpalooza 2021 is on the horizon. Here’s how the Urban Adventure League will be participating.

Pedalpalooza 2019 Kickoff Ride, led by Emee and myself. There were about 1,200 people on this ride. This year I look to keep my ride participation numbers to around 12. I haven't led a bicycle ride in over a year due to pandemic. If I had known that the Slough Country Ramble I led in... Continue Reading →

A Tabor Tuesday

We're still in the midst of "stay at home" in Oregon. No one knows for sure how long this will last, but the best guess is for at least another month or so. As in most places with "stay at home" orders, people can go outside for exercise so long as they stay at least... Continue Reading →

Shouldn’t I be riding?

It's hard to get a good long ride in on a winter day, unless you have the day off. I feel like I haven't had many "days off" lately, besides my time in Seattle. And even then, the weather has to be somewhat cooperative. Sure, I could ride in drizzle. But I didn't want to... Continue Reading →

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