Get on your bicycle!
Eyeing that dusty and spider web-covered two-wheeler stacked over there in the corner of the garage with the camping gear, old paint cans and whatnot?
I am lucky enough to live in the Denver area, which is one of the most bicycle friendly metro areas in the country, but these tips apply just about anywhere.
While government entities are becoming more bike-friendly, after listening to the bicycling advocates, the drivers have yet to figure this out – so BE CAREFUL OUT THERE. A free two-pound bag of birdseed for anyone who knows where that phrase, Be Careful Out There, came from. Just kidding. I will not send you any birdseed. Those of you who like classic television know from where the line came.
I am going to assume you know how to ride a bike, so this little missive is on safety only, since if you get creamed by a speeding SUV, your equipment, food, water, apparel, and training routines will mean very little if you are dead.....MORE GOOD STUFF ABOUT BICYCLING...
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