At 6:00am this morning my Apple Watch alarm goes off. I find enough strength to get out of bed, put my watch on and prepare for my morning ride. After brushing my teeth, I head to the kitchen for some coffee. I add 20 grams of coffee beans to my digital scale and set my […]Read more "An Early and Humid Morning Ride"
Most of my bike rides have taken place in New York City. I live in Queens and I normally ride to Manhattan and the neighboring boroughs. It’s a workout that provides the mileage and workout I enjoy. There are times when I feel more adventurous, put my bike in the trunk of my car, and […]Read more "Getting Out of The City – A Cycling Adventure"
Last year I closed 11 out of the 12 monthly challenge rings for my Apple Watch. I wasn’t satisfied, so I vowed to close every ring this year. I was ready, I had a plan and it all came crashing down in March. It’s been 12 weeks since the the COVID-19 pandemic changed the world […]Read more "Apple Watch Monthly Challenges: 5 Month Report Card"
At first, it was a virus that was so far from us that all we can do is shake our heads and thank God that in America, we are safe. A few weeks later, we saw Europe starting to get infected and we kept a curious eye out. We read reports that this is beginning […]Read more "Hope in a pandemic"
You know what’s a rare sight in New York City streets these days? Empty roads. Yet, this is what I am seeing when I go out on a ride. Of course this is due to a large percentage of the population working from home due to the pandemic. Though I am doing my part in […]Read more "NYC Cycling During the Pandemic"