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An hour and a half from London’s Stansted Airport, the kindest couple picked us up in Gothenburg, fed us, and ferried us to the most delightful… 486 more words

The Church

Bike Riding in Sweden

A fine week of weather is cause for celebration in my book. I headed out this afternoon on my borrowed bike to meet Johan from work and cycle the ‘scenic route’ back to Partille from Angered. 256 more words

Sport & Exercise

300km Vätterrundan, Motala, Sweden: we survived!

You know a race is seriously long when your Garmin‘s battery runs out, the sunrise snack was something called “Köttbullar och Potatismos” – meatballs, mash and warm sweet red berries at the 104km mark – and you’re clocking 200 km by 08:00 in the morning. 973 more words


Ramping up the Ramps

Ottawa City council gets input from several advisory groups (soon to be abandoned apparently) on specific issues. One of those groups is called the Roads and Cycling Advisory Committee aka RCAC. 1,099 more words

Cycling In Ottawa

What if the Swedes Would Own Chaudière Island?

As you already read in the previous post: Of Post-It Notes and Tapestries, many of the Ottawa residents saw the Chaudière Island as one of the key elements in meeting the ideas and expectations that Canadians have for developing the Nation’s Capital into a world class capital. 1,219 more words

Cycling In Ottawa

The Segregated Sisters of Bike Land

My wife thinks I am crazy, but I can’t resist taking bicycle pictures while on holidays (about 200 more waiting for you). To celebrate the opening of the Laurier bike lane on July 10th, 2011 in Ottawa, here are a few images of our recent trip to Holland and Sweden. 216 more words