Archive for the ‘Fun’ Category

Likened to a modern day Mark Twain on wheels, Mr. Kurmaskie is a national biking advocate from Portland, Oregon, a storyteller, a satirical performer and bestselling author of seven books about cycling.” Joe Kurmaskie will be speaking and entertaining on […]

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Note: This article was published in the Feb/Mar 2012 issue of Greene Magazine! A family bicycle ride is a terrific way to get outdoors and enjoy quality time together. To get started, go on a few short rides around the […]

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Back on the bike today to start training for another MS150 ride coming up in May. Please donate to help me reach my $300 goal to fight Multiple Sclerosis.

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Joining our church cycling club for a ride on the Frisco Highline Trail, our five- and eight-year-olds experienced their first group ride. Leading at first, before stopping to drink and ponder the trucks and mountains of gravel at a quarry, […]

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ERK, IRK, or URK?

“ERK!” my son shouts out as we pass the remains of something dead lying on the side of the road. “No, that was definitely an IRK,” I reply. “I’m pretty sure it was an URK,” my other son chimes in. […]

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The Cycle Goes On

A young boy traverses his expanding world on his bicycle. Almost without realizing it, he learns to ride with increased skill as he grows older. Now he gives his young son a bicycle and they have fun riding together. Their […]

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