Training Rides

50 miles doesn’t sound like a lot, right? Unless, of course, you’re hiking or riding a bicycle. Getting to the point where you can handle that kind of distance in a day takes training. You may be a great long distance runner but, your legs aren’t ready to do 50 … Continue reading

Rules Of The Road

Tennessee is like most (if not all) of the other 49 states in America. The “Volunteer State” has codified its driving rules within the Tennessee Code, Annotated and, specifically, those relating to bicycles. You can find the Code here. The specific sections relating to bicycles are in § 55-8-171 through … Continue reading

Velo 7 Computer

Having information immediately available when doing an adventure tour is not something that is “nice to have”. It’s critical. That’s why I’ve installed a computer on my bike. There are all sorts of computers available for bicycles. Prices are commensurate with the capabilities of whatever computer you choose. The Velo … Continue reading

My “Health” Kit

Just because you’re going on some kind of adventure tour, any kind of adventure tour, you don’t get the luxury of suspending reality and not taking care of your daily health needs. So, let’s talk about that. A “health” kit is a combination of a couple of different kits. It … Continue reading