Here is a photo from the Kidical Mass bike ride that I led on Jan. 29, 2017 in San Antonio, Texas.
It’s been a busy school year, I switched grades that I teach so I’ve not been able to post lately and riding hasn’t taking place as much as I would have liked. I was about to attend the 5th Annual Wild Dawg Christmas Light bike Ride with Tina and PJ. The ride was really nice …View full post
I was emailed an person who works for personalinjury-law.com and she wanted to contribute to my blog by writing about what cyclist need to do to in the event that they are in an accident. She tailored her post to San Antonio, Texas. I believe this will be a great resource for all San Antonio, Texas Cyclists. The only thing I …View full post
Didn’t really take photos for Days 3-9 but did take some on Day 10. PJ and I needed to return a ladder to a neighbor and fellow ham radio operator in a near by subdivision. So here are the photos of day 10 which included hauling a 16 foot ladder and my son.View full post
I really like the way this video is done. It looks like a nice colorful spring day where ever this was shot.View full post
Today was the first day of the 30 Days of Biking Challenge http://30daysofbiking.com/ it was unseasonably cool and windy for San Antonio today but I did get on the bike with my son and we rode about a mile and a half to a Starbucks. I had planned to go further but the wind was strong …View full post
So I’ve been a fan of Yuba Mundo cargo bikes since I picked up a used version 1 Mundo or a great price. Then eventually upgraded to a V4.3. I’ve noticed a trend starting to develop in the Yuba line and that was that the price of each revision of the Mundo seemed to go …View full post
This path is still under construction, but soon it will become a major path that I will use to access the linear creek ways of San Antonio. It starts on Hausman road near Loop 1604 and will run about 3.25 miles to nearly Interstate 10. This will allow access to the shopping centers at DeZevala …View full post
It’s been a busy school year, I switched grades that I teach so I’ve not been able to post lately and riding hasn’t taking place as much as I would have liked.
I was about to attend the 5th Annual Wild Dawg Christmas Light bike Ride with Tina and PJ.
The ride was really nice and had about 35 cyclists going through downtown San Antonio. When we started the ride at 7pm it was 74F and by the end of the ride around 9pm it was 41F with a 20 MPH wind. We rode as the front blew in and it made it seem as if we were ushering in the Christmas Season.
Here are some photos: