Part 2 – Withlacoochee, Weeki Wachee and Whotouchedamanatee

Well here it is, the reason I fled the United States…okay…this and the fact that our holiday had ended….okay mostly because our holiday had ended.┬áTo answer the question in the title of this… Continue reading

Withlacoochee, Weeki Wachee and Whotouchedamanatee

PART ONE Now that I’m back home on Canadian soil after dodging U.S. authorities and possible prosecution, I feel I can safely talk about what I did down there that could have landed… Continue reading

Biking to the Viking

Eight pit stops including a detour for a beer, another to get our photo taken with the Viking and we still crossed the finish line before decorated Olympian Cindy Klassen. Yes, we’re that… Continue reading

Summer in Review

With just over 1200 kms in the saddle so far this year I have surpassed my previous longest ride year by over 800 kms. Much of the riding has been urban rides with… Continue reading

First Spring (?) Ride

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged because it’s been a while since I’ve ridden. I had made the pledge at 30daysofbiking.com to ride every day in April but that streak ended before… Continue reading

The Powerful Ms. Dee Eneff

She can show up at any race: Horse, greyhound, marathon, tricycle, cheese maze, tortoise vs hare, adventure, cycling, three legged, potato sack, and so on. She is there…instilling doubt in racer’s minds with… Continue reading

Al Gore is a Liar

“Your Tauntaun will freeze before you reach the second marker.” – some peon that works in the hidden Rebel base on Hoth. With North America being succumbed with the Polar Vortex – or… Continue reading

50 Days to Leave Your Blubber

Shit just got real. I had signed up for Actif Epica a few weeks back and after the usual grazing this holiday season my clothes have already tightened. I thought I’d take a… Continue reading

Global Fatbike Day 2013

There’s cold, and then there’s Winnipeg cold. Saturday December 7th was Global Fatbike Day and Mother Nature decided to test our city’s fatbikers with a dose of the Winnipeg cold. For those not… Continue reading

The END is Just the Beginning

Slow and steady wins the race…unless I’m on your team, then you finish 7th…out of 10. It’s November 11 today (Remembrance Day here, Veterans Day in the US of A) and we still… Continue reading

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