Willie Weir : November 4th, 2011
The Mt-to-Sound Trail sports spectacular views
Last week ribbons were cut and speeches were made at the opening of the new segment of the Mountains-to-Sound Trail. Any additional trail miles that provide needed access for bikes and pedestrians is cause for celebration. Except that the Mountains-to-Sound Trail now officially ends at a blind corner […]
Willie Weir : October 24th, 2011
Willie Weir : December 17th, 2010
We only planned to bicycle to Seville to catch the train to Madrid after our 2 1/2 month pedal around Portugal. Little did we know that we were headed into one of the fastest growing “bicycle cities” on the planet.
In just a matter of a few years, Seville has gone from […]
Willie Weir : March 2nd, 2010
Here is just one example of why Europe will always have a larger percentage of their populace on bikes than here in the U.S.
Here is an ad from Hungary:
Ride your bike and get exercise, fresh air, and a child-like feeling of euphoria.
Let’s contrast that with a PSA from LA: