Come join us for the first First Friday of 2015! The forecast promises 70 degrees and low chance of rain. We start from our usual location: the parking lot of the Mennello Museum at 900 East Princeton Street in Orlando, at 6:00 p.m. Front and rear lights are required, and a helmet’s not a bad […]
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MetroPlan Orlando needs volunteers to help count pedestrians and bicyclists at key locations around the metro area. These counts will measure effects of infrastructure improvements (such as SunRail, crosswalks and bikeways) and land use changes on pedestrians and cyclists. We will be counting in 2-hour blocks on two days in September at several locations, including […]
Some ideas and advice for those who might want to take advantage of both the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop and SunRail.
You’ve had eight days of me describing this ride, now I’m handing over this tour blog to my riding partners, giving them an opportunity to share their perspectives.
Let’s wrap this thing up.
I hear it’s been sort-of hot. Out on the road you just listen to what your body tells you, not the thermometer or the internet.
Ten miles west of St. Augustine we turned onto another section of trail, the Palatka-to-St. Augustine Trail.
As we pulled up to A1A from a side street, we saw a few people hanging out on one of the beach boardwalks across the highway. Almost immediately one of them came running at us, arms waving…
In theory, when bicycle touring in hot climates, one would get an early start in order to minimize one’s time riding during the hottest hours of the day. It hasn’t exactly been working out that way.
As we prepared for bed Friday night/Saturday morning we had to choose: ride sleep deprived and hot, or ride rested and hotter.