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Riding: Noises.

Five years on, and I still haven’t learned how to not concentrate on that clicking sound. It’s not the same one by the way, it’s not even on the same bike. 238 more words


On First TRI

A few weeks ago, I participated in my first triathlon. It was such an enriching experience!

On race day, my emotions varied from misery in the morning (due to nerves finally hitting me) to elation at the finish line (even though I messed up a few times along the way). 282 more words


Warning note left on parked bicycle draws attention to city's bike-rack shortage

Downtown Edmonton is short on bike racks.

A note attached to a bicycle locked to a city signpost on a sidewalk, seemingly from Katz Group Real Estate, made the rounds on social media Thursday evening and through Friday. 251 more words

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21/07/17 - Triathlon eve!

This is it! The months of training lead up to tomorrow – our first ever triathlon. This year I have taught myself to swim and bought myself a wet suit, tomorrow is the day to put both of those things to good use! Wish us luck!


For the Love of Biking

I love riding my bicycle. I think that much is obvious. So when a ride is advertised as “celebrating life on two wheels,” You can probably assume I’m interested. 437 more words


Steamboat- going slow

I don’t think much can beat some tropical deep house music out on a porch overlooking a town while working on a bike. Today like yesterday has been a day of rest and recovery for me and the bike. 471 more words

As D.C. Bike Party Turns Five, Cyclists Are Feeling Optimistic About The Future

Published July 18, 2017

Like many D.C. transplants, when Lia Seremetis moved to the District seven years ago she sought out a community that would make her feel at home. 333 more words