Bicycle Touring Pro – check out: “Ride to Read – cycling tales from Europe”

Part of the three-part series of articles I’m writing about the Ride to Read written for Bicycle Touring Pro. full article here a snippet: “There is so much to grasp in a new place: a few phrases in the local language, where and what time you can get food, how to find lodging and aContinue reading “Bicycle Touring Pro – check out: “Ride to Read – cycling tales from Europe””

Bicycle Touring Pro – check out “Ride to Read – the realities of a cycling fundraiser”

Here, an article I recently wrote for Bicycle Touring Pro about the fundraising aspect of the Ride to Read project, cycling solo across Europe and raising funds for World Literacy Canada. full article here. a snippet: “I was swamped with work and kept wishing that I could split myself into three to get it allContinue reading “Bicycle Touring Pro – check out “Ride to Read – the realities of a cycling fundraiser””

An Indian summer in Calgary

A last-minute decision to spend a few weeks in the town where I grew up: Calgary, Canada. An opportunity to reconnect with old friends, family and places. Escape the other-worldly frenzy in the hundreds of parks and bike paths. It’s a little chilly, yes, but it’s so very beautiful! Enjoy the photos 🙂

Cycling Catalunya (part I) – escaping the big city on a bike

“Long live the beautiful cities we’ve created, the countryside we’ve inherited and the space in between” Spain is a noisy country. Bachelors and costumed friends celebrate last evenings of solitary life well into the late mornings, kids shout and cry, dogs bark at litter picked up in a passing breeze. Densely built apartments offer sound-bitesContinue reading “Cycling Catalunya (part I) – escaping the big city on a bike”