Here’s the boulevard on the east bank of the Tiber River in Rome heading north. It’s much busier than it looks.
It looked crazy busy from my seat on the bus. 209 more words
Here’s one of the amazing views from the base of the castello of Castiglione della Pescaia along Italy’s Tuscan coast in late September. Between the red tile roofs and the horizon is the marina, an excellent location for bicycle spotters, especially those interested in small-wheeled machines. 315 more words
Here I’m taking my own advice: sneak in a short ride whenever you can. On the way to Columbia, Missouri, I stopped by Weldon Spring to ride about 13 miles on the Katy Trail. 615 more words
There are two sides to any infrastructure budget: the money to build and the money to maintain.
According to my friend Denny, who just took this photo, East Peoria may be overlooking that second pot of money when it comes to a city-owned trail destined to be turned over to the Fondulac Park District. 70 more words
This was the second time I’d seen a Nanoo folding bicycle in Florence, Italy–or anywhere else for that matter.
The first was in the bike shop down the street and around the corner from my base of operations at the Hotel Adler. 270 more words