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"
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"
I’ve been cycling for almost 4 years and I’ve always ran my bike with tubes inside the tires. When I purchased my bike, I got my first flat 2 months in. It had been a decade since I was on a bicycle, let alone change a tube, so it took me forever to replace. As […]Read more "Exploring Tubeless Cycling"
It’s officially the month of March and that can only mean one thing: Winter cycling is officially over! That’s right, the days of snow, freezing rain and frigid temperatures are behind us. Coming soon are flowers booming, leaves growing on trees and more importantly, nicer weather to ride the bike. Technically, it’s still winter, as […]Read more "Good Bye, Winter!"